Best Movies Watched in 2022

“Nightmare Alley” (2021) Directed by Guillermo del Toro

“Songs From the Second Floor” (2000) Directed by Roy Andersson

“You, the Living” (2007) Directed by Roy Andersson

“Everything Everywhere All At Once” (2022) Directed by Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert

“Me and You and Everyone You Know” (2005) Directed by Miranda July

“Ivan’s Childhood” (1962) Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky

“Yojimbo” (1961) Directed by Akira Kurosawa

“Drive My Car” (2021) Directed by Ryuichi Hamaguchi

“Coherence” (2013) Directed by James Ward Byrkit

“Titane” (2021) Directed by Julia Ducournau

Honorable Mentions:

“Belfast” (2021) Directed by Kenneth Branagh

“Licorice Pizza” (2021) Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson

“Nightmare Alley” (1947) Directed by Edmund Goulding

“Big Bug” (2022) Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet

“Predestination” (2014) Directed by Michael and Peter Spierig

“Calvary” (2014) Directed by John Michael McDonagh


“Dick Johnson is Dead” (2020) Directed by Kirsten Johnson

“Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s ‘Island of Dr. Moreau'” (2014) Directed by David Gregory

“Casting By” (2012) Directed by Tom Donahue

“Grey Gardens” (1975) Directed by Albert & David Maysles

“Phil Tippett: Mad Dreams & Monsters” (2019) Directed by Gilles Penso & Alexandre Poncet

“Tell Me Who I Am” (2019) Directed by Ed Perkins

“Do Not Go Gentle: A Film About the Idles” (2020) Directed by Mark Archer


About Cliff Burns

I'm a literary writer, specializing in slipstream/ alternative/surreal/science fiction. My influences include Philip K. Dick, Harlan Ellison, Samuel Beckett, Jorge Luis Borges, David Cronenberg, Rene Magritte, any artist who defies convention and busts open genres, attacking the status quo.
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