Gabe, interesting that you've avoided going through most of Hitchcock's filmography, yet you've absorbed all of Allen's. The numbers are pretty comparable (Hitch, mid-50s going back to The Lodger; Woody, 45 and counting). That's not a criticism, I just find it interesting. Obviously, Allen's films are more affecting and interesting to you.
Harold, I'm starting to feel another pull toward Korean cinema, although the titles I've sampled have, in all honesty, been films I've admired more than I've loved. Park Chan-wook's vengeance flicks are phenomenally stylish, but I find them oddly distant and, paradoxically, too disturbing for comfort. That's a combination that I can appreciate, but I can't embrace. Despite coming from different directors, I've never gotten around to seeing titles like Memories of Murder and A Tale of Two Sisters, as it's hard to work up the enthusiasm for something I expect to find similarly dispiriting. The Host was great, but again I found myself held at arm's length from the characters. I've got The Good, the Bad, the Weird sitting on my shelf at home, so I'm looking forward to digging into that.