Today I move away from B pictures to a bigger-budgeted movie with bigger stars. But does that guarantee we’ll have a good movie? Find out here!
Find out how today’s film could also be a great drinking game! It’s all here!
I’m jumping ahead a several decades to neo-noir territory with Owen Wilson as a serial killer. Wha??? Seriously? Read more about this underseen movie.
It’s essential to take a couple of puffs when you’ve having a film noir crisis. Find out why Chester Morris is so flustered as I examine the low-budget noir Blind Spot (1947)!
When you’ve got Ava Gardner, do you really need anything else in your movie? Well…. maybe. Today I take a look at Whistle Stop (1946).
Noirvember has begun! I’m planning to watch and review one film noir movie each day all month long. Today we begin with Lawrence Tierney in The Hoodlum (1951).
Here’s what I saw in October 2020, heavy (naturally) on the horror.
My third and final post on my horror excursions is right here.