Fassbinder’s films, for me, are a bit of a hit and miss affair. Even Querelle starts to outstay its welcome by the time Jeanne Moreau gets halfway through her raspy rendition of Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves and I agree with Wayne Koestenbaum that a Fassbinder film is often more enjoyable in the abstract, in your imagination, than the actual viewing. Fox and His Friends is the only Fassbinder film I have watched from start to finish more than twice, and Bruce La Bruce is a fan of Whity.
However, the poster art for Fassbinder’s films is 100% hit, as this brief gallery of posters shows. Click on the posters to watch the films instantly (how modern!) or have them shipped to your door.