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Movie Review: Emperor (2013) – The War After the War

Secrets, shame and subtrafuge blend into a film noir mystery Read More »

DVD Review: Born to Be Bad (Warner Archive)

Standout performances by Robert Ryan and Mel Ferrer can't rescue this curiously tepid melodrama. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: They Made Me a Fugitive

A top tier noir that's way more obscure than it ought to be. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Strange Love of Martha Ivers

Power corrupts. It even happens to Barbara Stanwyck. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Red House (1947)

Film noir that often feels like atmospheric horror. Read More »

My 2012 TCM Classic Film Festival Diary, Part 1

Hollywood returns to the streets of Hollywood thanks to TCM. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Scarlet Street

Fritz Lang's atmospheric film noir looks superb in this Blu-ray release. Read More »

DVD Review: Cage of Evil

As to how this one never found its way to Mystery Science Theater 3000 is beyond me. Read More »

Book Review: What Is Film Noir? by William Park

"As I drove off, it was still raining and the drops streaked down the windshield like tears" -Detour Read More »

Movie Review: The Secret In Their Eyes (El Secreto De Sus Ojos)

The Secret In Their Eyes: On Passion and Obsession Read More »