5 Black & White Classics to Watch this Year
I have watched very few Black and White films, but whatever I have watched to date have been all classics, and I mostly watched these almost 20 years ago. One of my resolutions this year is to re-watch a few black-and-white classics. The ones that I prioritize to watch are:
1. To Kill a Mocking Bird:
2. How Green was my Valley:
3. Bicycle Thieves:
Hitchcock's 1968 film is about a serial killer who dons two personalities and runs a motel to get his victims. This film was loosely based on serial killer Ed Gein's horrific murders. Anthony Perkins plays the role of Norman Bates, a supposedly shy motel owner who takes care of his dominating, ailing mother and takes Taxidermy as a hobby. To date, Psycho is considered one of the scariest horror films ever made, not only for its brilliant storyline and direction but also for the thrilling background score and highly effective camera work.
5. The Yearling: