This is an excellent list. Many iallo films on Blu-ray and DVD are available from Blue Underground, Kino Lorber (Mario Bava films) and Arrow Video.
I’m not going to tell you that the Sharknado movies are art but I have watched them the last two years on the day of my annual cancer test. I’m a little out of it after the test but still sharp enough to follow a Sharknado film.
The cast for the third film was amazing. It included:
Jared Fogle (the Subway pervert before we know about his behavior)
Anthony Weiner (after we knew about his sexting)
Penn and Teller
Kathie Lee Gifford
Groucho had a great sense of humor – here are some of his quotes.
good explanation of how it differs from 35mm
Jean Renoir, the great director, was born on September 15, 1894. His greatest film is Rules of the Game (1939) which I think is the best film ever. Romantic adventures among a group of wealthy people and their servants intersect with tragic consequences. Renoir is very compassionate and fond of his characters even with their flaws.
Many of his best films are in the Criterion Collection and online on Filmstruck.
Sturges wrote and directed a great group of comedies in the early 1940s. My favorite is The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek. His other early films are on DVDs in this box set.
The picture above is from the set of The Lady Eve.
Have you seen the excellent film Hidden Figures? It is based on her life and that of two co-workers.