Today, an entry from the very small sub-genre of Kid Noir, Talk About a Stranger (1952). Enjoy, but don’t believe everything those little tykes might tell you…
Dan Duryea had an outstanding career with many great roles, but Chicago Calling may be his finest performance. Find out why right here.
A typical women-in-prison picture? No, there’s so much more to this film, including an excellent performance by June Havoc. Read about it here!
Johnny Cash meets Opie (Ronnie Howard) in this messed-up low-budget home invasion noir! Here’s the scoop!
Nope, you won’t find Robert Downey Jr. in this one… Just a solid boxing noir picture. More here!
Hmmm… You may feel like you’ve seen this one before… But you should check it out anyway! Beaver Cleaver’s dad (Hugh Beaumont) meets Vera (Ann Savage), Detour‘s femme fatale from hell. Go ahead, take a look. Don’t let that smoking gun in the poster scare you…
Today starts the second week of Noirvember with Hell Bound (1957), featuring a very nasty John Russell. It’s all here!
Today I bring you highlights from last night’s virtual library movie discussion of Detour (1945) and D.O.A. (1950). It’s all right here!
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!