August 28, 2012 | 3:00 PM
Dave One from the Montreal-based electro-dance duo Chromeo likes to watch some dark movies when he's on the road. He shared his top five favorite films of all-time with The Ultrabook™ Experience team. Any of these films make your list? Take to Facebook and let us know.
Wild At Heart
David Lynch's maniacal romp of sordid teenage lust is a violent thrill.
When Francis Ford Coppola descended into the Vietnam jungle to adapt Joseph Conrad's psychological war novel, he and his massive crew went a little mad themselves. The re-cut ends with Coppola predicting that as access to technological tools proliferates, filmmaking will become a true art form. It's a prescient prediction.
Before Night Falls
Julian Schnabel's second feature tells the tragically beautiful story of the Cuban poet and novelist Reinaldo Arenas.
The White Ribbon
Michael Haneke's 2009 German-language movie is a dark portrait of a northern German town before World War I.
The French film from 1986 chronicles a frenzied love affair that gets increasingly more insane—and explosive.