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#569 People on Sunday (1930)

#569 People on Sunday

1930 // Germany // Robert Siodmak, Edgar G. Ulmer

Criterion Collection (LINK)

People on Sunday occupies an unique time and space in cinema history. 575 more words

Criterion Collection

Film Noir Friday: Detour (1945)

Edgar G. Ulmer’s Detour is probably the best of the economy noirs. Made on a dime and condensed on a song, this 1945 picture is based on Martin Goldsmith’s 1939 novel of the same name and features some of the leanest and meanest turns of fate and phrase in the genre. 620 more words


Film Noir Friday: Strange Illusion (1945)

Director Edgar G. Ulmer can do a lot with a little, as films like Detour and Black Cat reveal. Every so often, though, even the most inventive of auteurs can run into trouble. 506 more words


Favorite Films: Detour (1945)

The poster is a mess, but the film isn’t. It was released by the Producers Releasing Corporation (PRC) “studio” and starred Tom Neal and Ann Savage. 395 more words


Daughter of Dr. Jekyll (1957)

‘We’re not dealing with a man. We’re not dealing with anything human.’

A young couple visit her guardian to celebrate her coming of age, but she has a surprise waiting. 596 more words

Movie Reviews

Blu-Ray News #109: The Man From Planet X (1951).

Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer
Starring Robert Clarke, Margaret Field, Raymond Bond, William Schallert

Another no-budget miracle from the incredible Edgar G. Ulmer. The Man From Planet X… 110 more words

DVD/Blu-ray News

Raw Noir - A Look At Edgar G Ulmer's Detour (1945)

‘Until then I had done things my way, but from then on something stepped in and shunted me off to a different destination than the one I’d picked for myself’.  3,359 more words