Informal Poll

I know I don't have a ton of readers, but I'd like to know something from you guys...

Would you like to see more commercial reviews or more obscure reviews? I've found that reviewing more obscure movies forces people to go out of their way to find them which can be a challenge. More commercial movies however tend to be more middle of the road and it's hard to really critique them. I had a really hard time articulating why I didn't like The Change-Up more and I think it had to do with the fact that it's a perfect example of a Hollywood mainstream movie, it's not personal, it's a movie made by committee to appeal to as large an audience as possible and so it's hard to find a ton of faults with it or to find a lot of things to like about it.

Here are some of the movies I'm thinking about doing, but I fear that nobody will have seen them, making it harder for me to get people to read the reviews...

Alejandro Jodorowsky's El Topo or The Holy Mountain
Jean-Pierre Melville's Le Samourai or Army of Shadows
Gotz Spielmann's Revanche
Victor Sjostrom's The Phantom Carriage
Lucretia Martel's The Headless Woman and The Holy Girl
Pier Paolo Passolini's Mamma Roma, Gospel According to St. Matthew or Salo
Jean Cocteau's Orpheus or La Belle et la Bete
David Gordon Green's George Washington
Brian DePalma's Phantom of the Paradise
Claire Denis' Trouble Every Day or White Material
Errol Morris' Gates of Heaven, Tabloid, or Standard Operating Procedure
Christopher Nolan's Following
Monte Hellmann's Two Lane Blacktop
Terrence Malick's Days of Heaven
Michael Powell's The Red Shoes or Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
Anything by Louis Malle (Au Revoir Les Enfants, Zazie Dans Le Metro, Elevator to the Gallows, Black Moon, Murmur of the Heart, Lucien Lacombe, My Dinner with Andre)
Nicholas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth

Do any of these interest anyone? What other movies could you suggest? I would love to hear from you guys about this! Let me know!