Wes Anderson is more than willing to share his favorite movies with readers and fans yet again, and this time in a new interview with French publication CNC, you can take a look at a list of movies and TV shows he prepared for all those who ran out of ideas what to watch next, or simply to fill the time in while waiting for his latest film The French Dispatch to hit screens on October 16, postponed from July 24.

He also showed his love for Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul by stating: “it’s simply my favorite series,” and mentioned his newfound craze for Italian director Marco Ferreri, his two films The Conjugal Bed and The Ape Woman in particular.

Check out the list below.

The Big Feast (1973) – A group of men goes to a villa in the French countryside where they resolve to eat themselves to death.

The Westerner (1940) – Judge Roy Bean, a self-appointed hanging judge in Vinegarroon, Texas, befriends saddle tramp Cole Harden, who opposes Bean’s policy against homesteaders.

Station Six-Sahara (1962) – A beautiful blonde (Baker) joins a small group of men running an oil station in the Sahara Desert and starts the emotions soaring.

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