Will Penny (1968) Directed by Tom Gries with Charlton Heston and Joan Hackett. A cowboy becomes the protector of a woman and her son from winter snows and from outlaws. This film has an authentic feel concerning the old west.
Village of the Damned (1960) Directed by Wolf Rilla, with George Sanders and Barbara Shelley. One of the few thinking person's science fiction films. It all begins when everyone in a small town goes into coma for a day. Then it starts to get weird. Beware of the sequel and the remake.
The Fall of the House of Usher (1928) Directed by Jean Epstein with Jean Debucourt and Marguerite Gance. This is a silent film version of the gothic story by Edgar Allen Poe in which a man believes his dead wife can live again.
Courtesy: John Douglas, Film Critic