Standing genre tropes on their head John Carpenter’s 1976 indie thriller ‘Assault on Precinct 13’ is a stylized masterpiece.
Clint Eastwood’s 1973 film ‘High Plains Drifter’ is an early revisionist Western masterpiece.
1975 Japanese action flick ‘The Bullet Train’ offers nail-biting suspense and smart, high-caliber drama.
Robert Aldrich’s poignant 1973 film ‘Emperor of the North’ is social commentary masked as a thrilling adventure chase.
Escaping the boundaries of Metal puts Black Sabbath’s 1973 unholy masterpiece ‘Sabbath Bloody Sabbath’ into a class of its own.
Led Zeppelin’s ‘In Through the Out Door’ is one of the best Rock albums ever made, period.
1977 sci-fi masterpiece ‘Star Wars’ remains the best and brightest of this 40 year old franchise.