Full Disclosure: ScreenAnarchy's Lists Of Shame - September

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September has been an incredibly busy month for the ScreenAnarchy collective, with many of our writers travelling the Earth seeking out cinematic delights in as far-reaching corners as Venice, Toronto and Austin. As a result, this month's Full Disclosure is a little light on the ground, but that is no reason not to savour the responses of our most dedicated as they encounter some classics of world cinema for the very first time. This month is incredibly Western-heavy, with John Ford's The Searchers, Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch and Michael Cimino's Heaven's Gate also coming under careful scrutiny, as well as offerings from Steven Spielberg and Francois Truffaut and much more besides. Enjoy!

Peter Martin, Ryland Aldrich, Brian Clark, Jim Tudor, Ard Vijn, Eric Ortiz Garcia, Niels Matthijs, Ernesto Zelaya Miñano, James Dennis and Shelagh Rowan-Legg contributed to this story.

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KurtSeptember 29, 2013 1:12 AM

If there is a film that grew on me year over year, watch after watch, it was certainly THE WILD BUNCH, a film which I savour every single scene when I watch it now...

Mr. CavinSeptember 29, 2013 2:17 PM

I'd say the bigger the better, too. I saw THE WILD BUNCH on an enormous screen in Silver Spring, Maryland about a month ago, and it was just mind-blowing. There is certainly something to be said for meeting epic sweep at least halfway.