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The Enforcer (1951) Bretaigne Windust

(This is a previously posted review from one of my former blogs.)

The Enforcer (aka Murder, Inc.) (1951)
Directed by Bretaigne Windust
Produced by Milton Sperling… 291 more words


Shin'ya Tsukamoto's Nightmare Detective

Today I watched Shin’ya Tsukamoto’s Nightmare Detective (2006)

Shin’ya Tsukamoto is most well know for his seminal contributions to the Japanese Cyberpunk movement of the 90’s but as the new millennium came so did a new movement of low budget Japanese horror.   465 more words

Movie Of The Day

Cat People (1942)

The 1942 movie Cat People, the next film in our Third Floor Film Series, is a curious picture. The film is brief but beautiful, clocking in at only 73 minutes, and cheap but sumptuous, having been produced for less than $150,000. 485 more words


#110 Chinatown (1974)

In 1937 L.A., a private eye hired by the wife of a Water Department commissioner to expose his adultery, is soon plunged into a complex web of deceit involving murder, real estate and government corruption. 143 more words


My Review of ‘Ministry of Fear’ (1944)

I’ll warn you right off that this review is rife with spoilers. The plot is way too complicated to discuss coherently without them. In any case, remember, you were warned. 673 more words

Movie Reviews

TCM is showing John Boorman's classic thriller today at 4:30 Eastern Standard Time

If you haven’t seen Point Blank, I recommend you stop what you’re doing, tune in, and have your mind blown. If you have seen Point Blank, I assume you’ve already done so. 102 more words

Lee Marvin

DOUBLE INDEMNITY (1973) - A classic movie, played for a sucker

The following is my contribution to the They Remade What?! Blogathon, being hosted Oct. 9-11, 2015 by the blog Phyllis Loves Classic Movies. Click on the above banner, and read blogs about some unlikely remakes of movies that most likely should have been left as is! 1,149 more words

Movie Drama