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).
Noirvember is almost here! What are your plans for the month? Here are mine. Enjoy the season!
Well, for the first time in five years I didn’t see and review 30 films in 30 days, but I did get a few things done. I hope you enjoy my Noirvember 2019 wrap-up and that you’ll share your own discoveries.
Call it disaster noir, nuclear noir, whatever… Just watch Split Second!
We kicked off our Noirvember Film Noir Festival at the Severna Park Library last night. Here’s my report!
Got your toothpicks ready? Join me as I take a look at Crime Wave (1954)!
Gloria Grahame is here to help me introduce some great film noir and noir-stained new releases for Noirvember. So here we go….