Like the D-Man said, this feature is here to highlight some of the films that you might've have missed, or films you saw a fucking age ago and totally forgot about. Inevitably, there will be some that you've seen and you go, "What? Everyone has seen that, you fucking douche!" If that's the case, pat yourself on the fucking back and skip to the next film. Drunkenmaster gave you some stone-cold classics, I'm mixing mine up a little. Like MC Hammer, let's get it started:
1. The Conversation (1974)
Made inbetween The Godfather and The Godfather Part II, this was a return to small-budget art films for Francis Ford Coppola. A sound surveillance expert, Harry Caul (Gene Hackman), is hired to track a young couple, taping their conversation as they walk through San Francisco. Harry's work starts to trouble him, however, as he uncovers a plot to murder the couple through the conversations he tapes. While critically acclaimed, it tanked on its release but The Conversation has since come to be considered one of the best films of the 70s, its atmosphere of paranoia and suspicion making it one of the darker films of that decade.