Memento- This may be familiar to some of you, but it was not a blockbuster by any stretch. Just simply one of those rare, unique, and original story's that gives me hope for young filmmakers.
The Last of Sheila- Mystery lovers will appreciate this one from 1973. Written by Anthony Perkins(yea, the Psycho guy), and played by an all-star cast(for that time) that includes James Coburn, Dyan Cannon, Richard Benjamin, James Mason, and an absolutely beautiful Rachel Welch.
Defending Your Life- Albert Brooks take on the afterlife, and his chemistry with the great Meryl Streep, makes me wonder why this comedy didn't do better commercially.
And God Spoke- A mockumentary that rivals Spinal Tap, imo. A couple of 2-bit movie producers make their epic Bible movie that would make Cecil B DeMille roll in his grave. A highlight is seeing a biker-type guy that played God, explaining all his tatoos, and how he was on acid while at a Led Zeppelin concert.