There are many movies that were characterized as the best and the most classic of the genre, and there also some that did it without cost a lot of money.
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- Kill List (2011) – $ 500,000
Jay is an executor, but things are not going so well lately, until an old friend of his shows up with a list of names suggesting a mission. What follows is like Jay going down to hell as he could never have imagined what he had to face.
- Rocky (1976) – $ 960,000
Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) is a small and insignificant boxer whose career seems to be stuck on the streets of Philadelphia, where he lives. To make ends meet, he applauds, collecting money on behalf of a moneylender (Joe Spinell). In his life, there is a rather shy and calm girl, Adrian (Talia Shire), who works in a pet-shop. Adrian has a brother, Paulie (Burt Young), who is on the verge of alcoholism and is friends with Rocky. Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers), the world champion, gives a fight on New Year’s Eve in Philadelphia, but five weeks before the match, his opponent gets injured, and Apollo can not easily find a replacement in such a short time. When searching, he comes across Rocky’s name, decides to give him the chance of a lifetime for the title, believing that victory will go smoothly. Mickey (Burgess Meredith), a former boxer, wants to train Rocky for the fight. Mickey was always tough with him because he always believed he could become a great boxer.
- Primer (2004) – $ 7,000
Two friends and fellow engineers are working on a new construction when they discover that they inadvertently built a time machine.
- Eraserhead (1977) – $ 20,000
An unfortunate employee on vacation marries his pregnant girlfriend and then stays indoors to take care of their child, a horrible-looking creature.
- Night of the Living Dead (1968) – $ 114,000
When a strange radiation manages to bring the dead back to life, they come out of their graves in order to “devour” the living. Isolated in a deserted place, a family will reluctantly offer shelter to a young girl and a black man. The next morning, the whole family “ate each other.” Only one of them will survive.
- Halloween (1978) – $ 300,000
“Halloween” focuses on the terrifying figure of Michael Myers, who, as a child, had killed his sister on Halloween night and was locked up in an institution for 15 years. One rainy night Myers pops it from the foundation and targets a babysitter and her friends in his hometown. At the same time, his personal psychiatrist is desperately looking for his traces, knowing the evil that is approaching.
- Clerks (1994) – $ 27,575 – $ 230,000
A day in the life of Dante, a 22-year-old convenience store employee who hates his job, his life, his customers and at the same time has to endure his friend, hold his girlfriend and win back his ex, who learned from a newspaper that he is getting married, not to miss the hockey match and go to the memorial of an old friend. And the best; He didn’t even have to be at work today!
- Mad Max (1979) – $ 200,000
In the near future, the fuel has almost dried up, and gangs of motorcyclists circulate on the streets vandalizing and trying to steal whatever stocks they find. Max Rokatanski is the police officer with the most gang arrests. When one of them is killed during a chase, Max becomes the target of a brutal gang, which seeks revenge for the death of its member.
- The Wicker Man (1973) – $ 500,000
Young police officer Neil Howe receives an anonymous letter and goes to an island in the Hebrides to investigate the disappearance of a little girl named Rowan Morrison. Upon his arrival, he finds out that the inhabitants of this island have renounced Christianity and are now followers of an old pagan Celtic religion. The inhabitants of the island not only do not know anything about the specific disappearance, but it seems that they were unaware of even the existence of the small child. Evidence and investigations by Officer Howie show that this is homicide.
- Easy Rider (1969) – $ 400,000
“White” and “Billy,” played by the charismatic actor’s Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper respectively, are two marginal guys who decide to take a long trip on their motorcycles, in search of new experiences. In their wandering, they meet the alcoholic lawyer “George Hanson” (Jack Nicholson), who follows them and helps them find their personal freedom.