King of New York (1990) is probably the best 1990's gangster drama you never heard of. Director Abel Ferrara was best known for cult hits like The Driller Killer (1979) and Ms .45 (1981) before he made this tale of a drug kingpin, played by Christopher Walken in an Oscar-worthy role, who is released from prison and dedicated to do good for the community. The movie is a perfect vehicle for Walken, who to this today is primarily known as a supporting actor. King of New York is one of his best roles (if not, hands down, his best), and should not be missed by even his casual fans. Have a question or comment for the host? Email Sean at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter via @1001MoviesPC.