Hiya folks!

Remember me? Matthew Saliba here with a little update on what I’ve been up to since I last updated this page, oh… 2 years ago?! Wow, has it really been 2 years? Time flies when you’re having fun and that’s just what I’ve been doing.

For a little over 2 years now, I’ve been working as a manager and film programmer at the Carlton Cinema in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I never thought I’d find a “day job” that could make me feel as satisfied as filmmaking did but I’ll be damned if I don’t leave work each and every day with a big smile on my face knowing that the work I do curating The Carlton Midnight Society (Toronto’s one and only monthly midnight film screening series) is appreciated and in some cases, emulated by so many in the city.

But of course, there are those who remember me before I became “Mr. Midnight” and will always ask, when are you going to make another movie?

Since 2003, I’ve made 7 films; 8 if you count my contribution to OUR FOOTLOOSE REMAKE. I have been extremely fortunate to have worked with some of the most talented and wonderful artists and human beings I have ever met and will treasure those memories till the day I die and perhaps even beyond the grave. But truth be told, after the incredible success of EROTICIDE which as of today, has screened in over 26 countries, been translated into 4 languages, collected awards for directing and acting (the latter of which I’m very proud of since Stephanie van Rijn may very well have given the best performance EVER in a Sinema Saliba production) and has been viewed over 1.5 million times on YouTube, I guess you can say for a while I was afraid to embark upon another cinematic endeavour. I suppose you can say that my anxiety stemmed from a fear of having to follow this up. What if I make another flick that bombs? What if any goodwill I was so lucky to gain from older and newer fans after EROTICIDE was tossed aside after making something that in their eyes would be deemed subpar? And here’s the biggest fear I had… whenever I’d do a Q&A or print or internet interview, I would constantly bring up the fact that EROTICIDE was the kind of film I was trying to make for over 10 years. If, in fact, that was really the case, wouldn’t EROTICIDE technically be my swan song and cue to bow out gracefully and let a new generation of DIY filmmakers take the helm and make sado-erotic dramas of their own?

But then I realised 8 is kind of an awkward number of films to “retire” on. 10, on the other hand is a nice round number and has a good ring to it. And wouldn’t you know it, there’s a couple of really strong ideas that have been kicking around in this old chunk of coal’s noggin’ that I think would make for two of the most wicked awesome films that I personally would die to see on the big screen. One of which came to me during my vacation last September in Berlin and Prague and the other, believe it or not, is a film I’ve been wanting to make since 2005, which according to my math, is 12 years now. And then, I got to thinking, well if EROTICIDE is a film I’ve been wanting to make for 10 years and *this* idea is something I’ve been wanting to make for 12 years, well by that logic, wouldn’t *that* be the picture for me to go out on?

You’re damn right, it would be!

So I’m very happy to announce that I am officially coming out of “retirement” to make not one, but TWO brand new films! And I even have working titles for them. The Berlin / Prague inspired idea will be called SUCCUBUS and my “swan song” film, the one that I have truly been wanting to make for 12 years now will be called I’M YOUR FLESH.

In the meantime, feel free to check out EROTICIDE as it’s the best film I’ve ever made and certainly the one I’m the proudest of.

Stay tuned folks, as Sinema Saliba is back and will be better than ever!

April 2017 in Film

Posted: April 30, 2017 in 2017 in Film

Theatrical Viewings:

  1. LOGAN (James Mangold, 2017)
  2. KONG: SKULL ISLAND (Jordan Vogt-Roberts, 2017)
  3. GHOST IN THE SHELL (Rupert Sanders, 2017)
  4. COLOSSAL (Nacho Vigalondo, 2017)
  5. KEDI (Ceyda Torun, 2016)
  6. GET OUT (Jordan Peele, 2017)

Home Viewings:

  1. EEGAH (Arch Hall, Sr., 1962)
  2. SABOTAGE (Alfred Hitchcock, 1936)
  3. VIOLENT SHIT (Andreas Schnaas, 1989)
  4. GOOD BYE LENIN! (Wolfgang Becker, 2003)
  5. THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU (John Frankenheimer, 1996)
  6. SHORT NIGHT OF GLASS DOLLS (Aldo Lado, 1971)
  7. WHO SAW HER DIE? (Aldo Lado, 1972)
  8. THE CASE OF THE BLOODY IRIS (Giuliano Carnimeo, 1972)
  9. THE BLOODSTAINED SHADOW (Antonio Bido, 1978)
  10. DAUGHTER OF DRACULA (Jess Franco, 1972)
  11. THE MIGHTY PEKING MAN (Ho Meng-Hua, 1977)
  12. I SAW THE DEVIL (Jee-woon Kim, 2010)
  13. SALEM’S LOT (Tobe Hooper, 1979)
  14. LOST SOUL: THE DOOMED JOURNEY OF RICHARD STANLEY’S ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU (David Gregory, 2014)
  15. LIFE ITSELF (Steve James, 2014)
  16. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT (Alfred Hitchcock, 1940)
  17. THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI (Robert Wiene, 1920)
  18. DRACULA (Tod Browning, 1931)
  19. M (Fritz Lang, 1931)
  20. FRANKENSTEIN (James Whale, 1931)
  21. KING KONG (Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1933)
  22. SON OF KONG (Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1933)
  23. MIGHTY JOE YOUNG (Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1949)
  24. THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS (Eugène Lourié, 1953)

Television:

  1. AMERICAN DAD, 6×01-6×18, 7×01-7×19, 8×01-8×18
  2. RIVERDALE, 1×01-1×11

 

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I’ve just completed my Godzilla collection! After years and years of searching, I now own every single Godzilla film on DVD, including every Showa era, Heisei era and Millennium era film. I also own all the Gameras, Mothras, Rodans and other assorted kaiju too. I’m so OCD when it comes to my love of kaiju that I actually went through my collection and organized everything by era. I also added 8 non-kaiju films and broke them up into two categories – “The Early Years” comprised of the Giant Ape Trilogy of KING KONG, SON OF KONG and MIGHTY JOE YOUNG and “The Missing Links” comprised of 5 American Science Fiction films that “bridge the gap” between Kong and Godzilla. Enjoy!


KONG – The Early Years (1933-1949)

  1. KING KONG (Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1933)
  2. SON OF KONG (Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1933)
  3. MIGHTY JOE YOUNG (Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1949)


THE MISSING LINKS – (1953-1957)

  1. THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS (Eugène Lourié, 1953)
  2. IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA (Robert Gordon, 1955)
  3. THE MONSTER THAT CHALLENGED THE WORLD (Arnold Laven, 1957)
  4. 20 MILLION MILES TO EARTH (Nathan Juran, 1957)
  5. THE GIANT CLAW (Fred F. Sears, 1957)


GODZILLA – Showa period (1954-1975)

  1. GODZILLA (Ishiro Honda, 1954)
  2. GODZILLA RAIDS AGAIN (Motoyoshi Oda, 1955)
  3. KING KONG VS. GODZILLA (Ishiro Honda, 1962)
  4. MOTHRA VS. GODZILLA (Ishiro Honda, 1964)
  5. GHIDORAH, THE THREE-HEADED MONSTER (Ishiro Honda, 1964)
  6. INVASION OF ASTRO-MONSTER (Ishiro Honda, 1965)
  7. EBIRAH, HORROR OF THE DEEP (Jun Fukuda, 1966)
  8. SON OF GODZILLA (Jun Fukuda, 1967)
  9. DESTROY ALL MONSTERS (Ishiro Honda, 1968)
  10. ALL MONSTERS ATTACK (Ishiro Honda, 1969)
  11. GODZILLA VS. HEDORAH (Yoshimitsu Banno, 1971)
  12. GODZILLA VS. GIGAN (Jun Fukuda, 1972)
  13. GODZILLA VS. MEGALON (Jun Fukuda, 1973)
  14. GODZILLA VS. MECHAGODZILLA (Jun Fukuda, 1974)
  15. TERROR OF MECHAGODZILLA (Ishiro Honda, 1975)


GODZILLA SPINOFFS – Showa period (1954-1975)

  1. RODAN (Ishiro Honda, 1956)
  2. MOTHRA (Ishiro Honda, 1961)
  3. VARAN THE UNBELIEVABLE (Ishiro Honda, 1962)
  4. WAR OF THE GARGANTUAS (Ishiro Honda, 1966)
  5. KING KONG ESCAPES (Ishiro Honda, 1967)


GODZILLA KNOCKOFFS – Showa period (1954-1975)

  1. YONGARY, MONSTER FROM THE DEEP (Kim Ki-duk, 1967)


KONG KNOCKOFFS – Showa period (1954-1975)

  1. KONGA (John Lemont, 1961)


GAMERA – Showa period (1954-1975)

  1. GAMERA: THE GIANT MONSTER (Noriaki Yuasa, 1965)
  2. GAMERA VS. BARUGON (Shigeo Tanaka, 1966)
  3. GAMERA VS. GYAOS (Noriaki Yuasa, 1967)
  4. GAMERA VS. VIRAS (Noriaki Yuasa, 1968)
  5. GAMERA VS. GUIRON (Noriaki Yuasa, 1969)
  6. GAMERA VS. JIGER (Noriaki Yuasa, 1970)
  7. GAMERA VS. ZIGRA (Noriaki Yuasa, 1971)
  8. GAMERA: SUPER MONSTER (Noriaki Yuasa, 1980)


KONG – American period (1976-1986)

  1. KING KONG (John Guillermin, 1976)
  2. KING KONG LIVES (John Guillermin, 1986)


KONG KNOCKOFFS – American period (1976-1986)

  1. A*P*E (Paul Leder, 1976)
  2. THE MIGHTY PEKING MAN (Ho Meng-hua, 1977)


GODZILLA – Heisei period (1984-1995)

  1. THE RETURN OF GODZILLA (Koji Hashimoto, 1984)
  2. GODZILLA VS. BIOLLANTE (Kazuki Omori, 1989)
  3. GODZILLA VS. KING GHIDORAH (Kazuki Omori, 1991)
  4. GODZILLA VS. MOTHRA (Takao Okawara, 1992)
  5. GODZILLA VS. MECHAGODZILLA II (Takao Okawara, 1993)
  6. GODZILLA VS. SPACEGODZILLA (Kensho Yamashita, 1994)
  7. GODZILLA VS. DESTOROYAH (Takao Okawara, 1995)


MOTHRA – Heisei period (1984-1995)

  1. REBIRTH OF MOTHRA (Okihiro Yoneda, 1996)
  2. REBIRTH OF MOTHRA II (Kunio Miyoshi, 1997)


GAMERA – Heisei period (1984-1995)

  1. GAMERA: GUARDIAN OF THE UNIVERSE (Shusuke Kaneko, 1995)
  2. GAMERA 2: ATTACK OF LEGION (Shusuke Kaneko, 1996)
  3. GAMERA 3: THE REVENGE OF IRIS (Shusuke Kaneko, 1999)


GODZILLA – Millennium period (1999-2004)

  1. GODZILLA 2000 (Takao Okawara, 1999)
  2. GODZILLA VS. MEGAGUIRUS (Masaaki Tezuka, 2000)
  3. GODZILLA, MOTHRA AND KING GHIDORAH: GIANT MONSTERS ALL-OUT ATTACK (Shusuke Kaneko, 2001)
  4. GODZILLA AGAINST MECHAGODZILLA (Masaaki Tezuka, 2002)
  5. GODZILLA: TOKYO S.O.S. (Masaaki Tezuka, 2003)
  6. GODZILLA: FINAL WARS (Ryuhei Kitamura, 2004)

After much thought and careful deliberation, I have compiled what I believe to be my definitive Top 100 Favorite Films of All-Time. These films are listed alphabetically (I went nuts as it is putting this list together period, let alone ranking them in any kind of objective order) and I restricted myself to one film per filmmaker, otherwise this list would have easily been filled with the works of a handful of directors. My mental well-being may disagree, but I actually enjoyed the challenge of putting together an eclectic reel of films in this manner. By pouring through my DVD collection and asking myself to honestly assess what are the “bare essentials” and what could conceivably be sold off down the road, I was actually grateful for the “one film per filmmaker” rule because if I did, in fact, sell off the rest of my library, I would be left with the ultimate “all killer no filler” collection. Enjoy!

  1. “2001: A Space Odyssey”(Stanley Kubrick, 1968)
  2. “Alien”(Ridley Scott, 1979)
  3. “Altered States”(Ken Russell, 1980)
  4. “American Movie”(Chris Smith, 1999)
  5. “Amityville II: The Possession”(Damiano Damiani, 1982)
  6. “Annie Hall”(Woody Allen, 1977)
  7. “Back to the Future”(Robert Zemeckis, 1985)
  8. “Batman Begins”(Christopher Nolan, 2005)
  9. “The Beyond”(Lucio Fulci, 1981)
  10. “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey”(Peter Hewitt, 1991)
  11. “The Brady Bunch Movie”(Betty Thomas, 1995)
  12. “The Burbs”(Joe Dante, 1989)
  13. “Candyman”(Bernard Rose, 1992)
  14. “Cannibal Man”(Eloy de la Iglesia, 1973)
  15. “Carnival of Souls”(Herk Harvey, 1962)
  16. “Casablanca”(Michael Curtiz, 1942)
  17. “Chuck and Buck”(Miguel Arteta, 2000)
  18. “The Clonus Horror”(Robert S. Fiveson, 1979)
  19. “Dawn of the Dead”(George A. Romero, 1978)
  20. “The Day The Earth Stood Still”(Robert Wise, 1951)
  21. “Donnie Darko”(Richard Kelly, 2001)
  22. “Double Indemnity”(Billy Wilder, 1944)
  23. “Dracula”(Tod Browning, 1931)
  24. “The Duke of Burgundy”(Peter Strickland, 2014)
  25. “Ed Wood”(Tim Burton, 1994)
  26. “Event Horizon”(Paul W.S. Anderson, 1997)
  27. “The Exorcist”(William Friedkin, 1973)
  28. “Fallen Angels”(Wong Kar-Wai, 1995)
  29. “Ghostbusters” (Ivan Reitman, 1984)
  30. “Ghost World”(Terry Zwigoff, 2001)
  31. “The Godfather”(Francis Ford Coppola, 1972)
  32. “Godzilla”(Ishiro Honda, 1954)
  33. “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”(Sergio Leone, 1966)
  34. “Happiness”(Todd Solondz, 1998)
  35. “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”(John Cameron Mitchell, 2001)
  36. “Hobgoblins”(Rick Sloane, 1988)
  37. “House II: The Second Story”(Ethan Wiley, 1987)
  38. “Ichi the Killer”(Takashi Miike, 2001)
  39. “The Image”(Radley Metzger, 1975)
  40. “Independence Day”(Roland Emmerich, 1996)
  41. “It’s a Wonderful Life”(Frank Capra, 1946)
  42. “Jackie Brown”(Quentin Tarantino, 1997)
  43. “Jacob’s Ladder”(Adrian Lyne, 1990)
  44. “Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI”(Tom McLoughlin, 1986)
  45. “The Karate Kid”(John G. Avildsen, 1984)
  46. “King Kong”(Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1933)
  47. “Labyrinth”(Jim Henson, 1986)
  48. “The Land Before Time”(Don Bluth, 1988)
  49. “The Land That Time Forgot”(Kevin Connor, 1974)
  50. “Last House on Dead End Street”(Roger Watkins, 1977)
  51. “Lord of Illusions”(Clive Barker, 1994)
  52. “Lost Highway”(David Lynch, 1997)
  53. “Manos: The Hands of Fate”(Harold P. Warren, 1966)
  54. “The Matrix”(The Wachowski Sisters, 1999)
  55. “May”(Lucky McKee, 2002)
  56. “The Neverending Story”(Wolfgang Petersen, 1984)
  57. “Nekromantik 2”(Jörg Buttgereit, 1991)
  58. “The Night of the Hunter” (Charles Laughton, 1955)
  59. “A Nightmare on Elm Street”(Wes Craven, 1984)
  60. “Nymphomaniac”(Lars von Trier, 2013)
  61. “The Omen”(Richard Donner, 1976)
  62. “Phantasm”(Don Coscarelli, 1979)
  63. “Pieces”(Juan Piquer Simon, 1982)
  64. “Pin”(Sandor Stern, 1988)
  65. “Plan 9 From Outer Space”(Edward D. Wood Jr., 1959)
  66. “Planes, Trains and Automobiles”(John Hughes, 1987)
  67. “Planet of Dinosaurs”(James K. Shea, 1977)
  68. “Planet of the Apes”(Franklin J. Schaffner, 1968)
  69. “Prince of Darkness”(John Carpenter, 1987)
  70. “Pumpkinhead”(Stan Winston, 1989)
  71. “Requiem For a Dream”(Darren Aronofsky, 2000)
  72. “Return to Oz”(Walter Murch, 1985)
  73. “Rosemary’s Baby”(Roman Polanski, 1968)
  74. “The Sandlot”(David M. Evans, 1993)
  75. “Secretary”(Steven Shainberg, 2002)
  76. “The Seventh Continent”(Michael Haneke, 1989)
  77. “The Shawshank Redemption” (Frank Darabont, 1994)
  78. “Silver Bullet”(Dan Attias, 1985)
  79. “Singin’ in the Rain”(Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly, 1952)
  80. “Solaris”(Andrei Tarkovsky, 1972)
  81. “Somewhere in Time”(Jeannot Szwarc, 1980)
  82. “The Spanish Prisoner”(David Mamet, 1997)
  83. “SS Girls”(Bruno Mattei, 1977)
  84. “Star Wars: A New Hope”(George Lucas, 1977)
  85. “The Stepfather”(Joseph Ruben, 1987)
  86. “Suspiria”(Dario Argento, 1977)
  87. “Taxi Driver”(Martin Scorsese, 1976)
  88. “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”(Steve Barron, 1990)
  89. “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”(James Cameron, 1991)
  90. “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”(Tobe Hooper, 1974)
  91. “There Will Be Blood”(Paul Thomas Anderson, 2007)
  92. “Torso”(Sergio Martino, 1973)
  93. “The Transformers: The Movie” (Nelson Shin, 1986)
  94. “Troll 2”(Claudio Fragasso, 1990)
  95. “Under the Skin”(Jonathan Glazer, 2013)
  96. “Vampyros Lesbos”(Jess Franco, 1971)
  97. “Vertigo”(Alfred Hitchcock, 1958)
  98. “Viva”(Anna Biller, 2007)
  99. “Wayne’s World”(Penelope Spheeris, 1992)
  100. “Yor, The Hunter From The Future”(Antonio Margheriti, 1983)

Theatrical Viewings:

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Home Viewings:

  1. THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH (Alfred Hitchcock, 1934)
  2. THE 39 STEPS (Alfred Hitchcock, 1935)
  3. KING KONG (Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1933)
  4. LEPRECHAUN (Mark Jones, 1993)
  5. LEPRECHAUN 2 (Rodman Flender, 1994)
  6. LEPRECHAUN 3 (Brian Trenchard-Smith, 1995)
  7. NIGHT OF THE GHOULS (Edward D. Wood, Jr., 1959)
  8. MANOS: THE HANDS OF FATE (Harold P. Warren, 1966)
  9. THE SIXTH SENSE (M. Night Shyamalan, 1999)
  10. SCOOBY-DOO! WRESTLEMANIA MYSTERY (Brandon Vietti, 2014)
  11. CITIZEN KANE (Orson Welles, 1941)
  12. THE MALTESE FALCON (John Huston, 1941)
  13. CASABLANCA (Michael Curtiz, 1942)
  14. DOUBLE INDEMNITY (Billy Wilder, 1944)
  15. THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (Charles Laughton, 1955)
  16. TOUCH OF EVIL (Orson Welles, 1958)
  17. THE KILLING (Stanley Kubrick, 1956)
  18. GHOST IN THE SHELL (Mamoru Oshii, 1995)

Television:

  1. THAT ‘70s SHOW, 5×14-5×25, 6×01-6×25, 7×01-7×25, 8×01-8×22
  2. AMERICAN DAD, 3×01-3×19, 4×01-4×16, 5×01-5×20

Theatrical Viewings:

  1. MOONLIGHT (Barry Jenkins, 2016)
  2. CONTAMINATION (Luigi Cozzi, 1980)
  3. INVASION U.S.A. (Joseph Zito, 1985)
  4. 7 DOORS OF DEATH (Lucio Fulci, 1981, 35mm)
  5. JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 (Chad Stahelski, 2017)

Home Viewings:

  1. LOST HIGHWAY (David Lynch, 1997)
  2. ED WOOD (Tim Burton, 1994)
  3. GLEN OR GLENDA? (Edward D. Wood, Jr., 1953)
  4. BRIDE OF THE MONSTER (Edward D. Wood, Jr., 1955)
  5. PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE (Edward D. Wood Jr., 1959)
  6. ROBOT MONSTER (Phil Tucker, 1953)
  7. ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 (John Carpenter, 1976)
  8. ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK (John Carpenter, 1981)
  9. BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA (John Carpenter, 1986)
  10. THE FLY (David Cronenberg, 1986)
  11. ALIENS (James Cameron, 1986)
  12. BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO (David Strickland, 2012)
  13. SHOGUN ASSASSIN (Robert Houston & Kenji Misumi, 1980)
  14. THE ‘BURBS (Joe Dante, 1989)
  15. THE SENTINEL (Michael Winner, 1977)

Television:

  1. THAT ‘70s SHOW, 1×01-1×25, 2×01-2×27, 3×01-3×25, 4×01-4×27, 5×01-5×13
  2. FAMILY GUY, 7×01-7×16, 8×01-8×21, 9×01-9×18
  3. AMERICAN DAD, 1×01-1×07, 2×01-2×16

Theatrical Viewings:

  1. LA LA LAND (Damien Chazelle, 2016)
  2. MANCHESTER BY THE SEA (Kenneth Lonergan, 2016)

Home Viewings:

  1. PRIVATE HOUSE OF THE SS (Bruno Mattei, 1977)
  2. STRIP NUDE FOR YOUR KILLER (Andrea Bianchi, 1975)
  3. THE EXECUTIONER (Teruo Ishii, 1974)
  4. DRIVE (Nicolas Winding Refn, 2011)
  5. THE WEDDING SINGER (Frank Coraci, 1998)
  6. THE CABLE GUY (Ben Stiller, 1996)
  7. CRUEL INTENTIONS (Roger Kumble, 1999)
  8. GOOD WILL HUNTING (Gus Van Sant, 1997)
  9. GODZILLA (Roland Emmerich, 1998)
  10. MARS ATTACKS! (Tim Burton, 1996)
  11. THE MASK (Chuck Russell, 1994)
  12. CLERKS II (Kevin Smith, 2006)
  13. THE FLINTSTONES (Brian Levant, 1994)
  14. FREAKY FRIDAY (Mark Waters, 2003)
  15. MITT (Greg Whiteley, 2014)
  16. THE GOOD SON (Joseph Ruben, 1993)
  17. THE GREAT OUTDOORS (Howard Deutch, 1988)
  18. TALK RADIO (Oliver Stone, 1988)
  19. WHILE WE’RE YOUNG (Noah Baumbach, 2015)
  20. MISTRESS AMERICA (Noah Baumbach, 2015)
  21. ZOOTOPIA (Byron Howard & Rich Moore & Jared Bush, 2016)
  22. THE MIGHTY DUCKS (Stephen Herek, 1992)
  23. MEAN GIRLS (Mark Waters, 2004)
  24. SWISS ARMY MAN (Dan Kwan & Daniel Scheinert, 2016)
  25. PROMETHEUS (Ridley Scott, 2012)
  26. PLANET OF THE APES (Franklin J. Schaffner, 1968)
  27. BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES (Ted Post, 1970)
  28. ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES (Don Taylor, 1971)
  29. CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES (J. Lee Thompson, 1972)
  30. BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES (J. Lee Thompson, 1973)
  31. 12 MONKEYS (Terry Gilliam, 1995)
  32. THE FOG (John Carpenter, 1980)
  33. HOMEWARD BOUND: THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY (Duwayne Dunham, 1993)
  34. THE LADY IN THE CAR WITH GLASSES AND A GUN (Joann Sfar, 2015)
  35. UNDER THE SUN (Vitaly Mansky, 2015)
  36. CASPER (Brad Siberling, 1995)
  37. NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR (Michael Radford, 1984)

Television:

  1. FAMILY GUY, 1×01-1×07, 2×01-2×21, 3×01-3×22, 4×01-4×30, 5×01-5×18, 6×01-6×12
  2. BLACK MIRROR, 1×01-1×03
  3. BREAKING BAD, 1×01-1×05