I know I'm not alone in experiencing something like this. Last week I borrowed two DVDs and still have not watched them. For the dramatic purposes of this story, even better: I have to return them tomorrow.
The works of Messrs Tsai and Rivette I will revisit soon.
I must make time for Mr Green, however: The Snorkel (1958). No, it's not a film about a submerged U-boat running its diesel engines; it's a thriller from the fantastic Hammer Film Productions. A film that impressed me very much when I first watched it in my early teens. Great ending!
Will it stand up after all these years? A few days ago I rewatched the fine 1987 documentary film, Hammer: The Studio That Dripped Blood. I'm sure The Snorkel will be half decent, at the very least.
What? Creatures the World Forgot (1971)? I don't know you. But I am familiar with Mr Chaffey. It should be fun.