*** A Snake Of June *** by Shinya Tsukamoto (2002)
A couple with no sexual life see its daily routine shaken when a voyeur starts stalking and blackmailing the woman until she gradually explores her repressed sexuality.
Well, it's a true Tsukamoto flick so it's naturally great! :o) Everything is in it: a tale about hidden inner instincts, filmed like a war zone report, strong visual choices (a blueish black&white coupled with a neverending rain), a soundtrack between japanese ambient and industrial and the usual weirdness. And of course, the blu-ray remaster is wonderful. Loved it.
Remastered trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXlv-KWeIQs *** Red Sun *** by Terence Young (1971)
Yeah, it's THAT western with a worldwide all-stars cast (Charles Bronson, Toshiro Mifune, Alain Delon, Ursula Andress) which achieves to be boring as hell and completely misses its potential. The main reason is that it tried too hard to be a crowd pleaser and as such it failed to have any kind of personality, at such point that I tought it was an American production. :o)
Released 3 years later, "El kárate, el Colt y el impostor"(with Lee Van Cleef & Lo Lieh) was how it should have been done.