Martin Scorsese has not been shy about revealing his major influences and favorite films over the course of his 60-odd years in the film industry (film sites like our's just love that about the guy). Just last week we saw a list of his 125 "Most Essential" Films circulate the internet and now MUBI has put an even more exhaustive list for us to all slobber over.
So if you thought 125 just wasn't enough, why not take a look at these 894? Every film on the list is taken from various sources, lists, or interviews that Marty has given. It's presented chronologically starting from Edwin S. Porter's revolutionary 1903 film The Great Train Robbery (which played a notable role in 2011's Hugo) and ending with Spike Lee's latest, BlacKKKlansman.
Check out the full list here. It is an absolute treasure trove of classic and foreign film and a great starting off point for budding film historians and cinephiles alike. It may take quite a long time to complete it, however. Hell, it took Scorsese an entire career.