Omega Cop: This is a goofy low-budget B-action movie from 1990 which happened to have Adam West in a small supporting role which he obviously filmed in one day; he stays in one room. I was happy to see this silly crap before because it's fun. Note that it sometimes features what is the late 80's version of doo-wop.
Two Thousand Maniacs!: I also had seen this before. While it runs out of steam in the final act, it's still a good time, especially those increasingly over the top deaths and the amazing opening/end credits song The South is Gonna Rise Again.
Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood: I am still not a fan of this. It's a shame what the MPAA did to the movie, but it had more problems than that. At least the final battle is a blast... until the dopey denouement.
Avatar: This is another rewatch. I understand those that hate this and I certainly enjoy some Cameron movies more than this one, yet I can still say it's good.
Black Magic: This is a Shaw Brothers horror film which isn't as over the top as some of the infamous ones they did, like Seedings of a Ghost. I'll also say this is good, and it has some charmingly bad special effects.
An American Werewolf in London: I hadn't watched this in a real long time. I still think it's very good.
The Assignment: Yes, this is the recent Walter Hill movie where Michelle Rodriguez plays a man before she gets an unwitting sex change operation. This was incredibly boring and cheap w/ not exciting action beats. Although, seeing Rodriguez as a nude hairy man was as absurd as it sounds.
Live Like A Cop, Die Like A Man: This may be the craziest politiziotteschi film I've seen, which is no small feat. The director being Ruggero Deodato and the two heroes being ambiguously gay cops who act no better than the villains are big reasons why.
The Racket: This 1928 silent was like a precursor to the early 30's gangster films. It's not great like those were, but I can still say it's good.
Freaks: I had seen this a few times before, and while always perverse, it's always been a blast.
Eating Raoul: This was another first-timer for me. Thankfully I enjoyed its unique qualities and thought it was quite funny.
The Long Riders: Thankfully I find this Walter Hill Western to be a lot better, and definitely more than a film which features a few sets of brothers and they were all played by sets of real-life brothers.
Planet of the Apes (both the original and the Tim Burton movie): I hadn't seen either before, shame on me. The original is still effective today even if you know what the ending is, which I thought was telegraphed rather obviously. The remake, it's obvious how it was rushed into production without even a finished script. What a mess that was, and the less said about Paul Giamatti's character, the better. At least I know the infamous final scene in context and why most despise it.
Countdown: This was a random sci-fi movie from the late 60's starring James Caan and Robert Duvall, and directed by... Robert Altman! While it has some of his flourishes, it's not all that exciting, even with some pretty tense moments. It's more about preparing for a journey to the moon than the actual journey or spending a lot of time on the moon.
Beneath the Planet of the Apes: This is a pretty goofy movie with some things that make absolute no sense, but what an amazingly bizarre second half it has, and talk about a bleak ending.
Whew, I am finally caught up here.