Posts Tagged: film
If I had to name the number one noir film actress of all time, I’d say Barbara Stanwyck. Lauren Bacall is amazing, but Barbara Stanwyck knows how to sell being a tough girl in a low place. This is one
A classic, old school detective noir film set in my hometown. Alan Ladd stars as a reporter investigating the death of a mysterious young woman who has the names and addresses of several members of high society in her address
Film noir can’t always best serious. Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour star in this comedy send-up of detective films.
What makes a French New Wave noir film better? A cool jazz soundtrack written by Miles Davis. Honestly, the score for Louis Malle’s “Elevator to the Gallows” is amazing, and so is the film. If you don’t like subtitles, don’t
If you love film noir and the French New Wave as much as I do, then you’re sure to love François Truffaut’s “Tirez Sur le Pianiste (Shoot the Piano Player).” Enjoy the original French trailer.
I’m losing this weekend to work. This guy’s story is much more exciting than mine. A classic noir film.
A mystery comedy starring Bela Lugosi? Hold all my calls. I’m going to be busy for a couple hours.