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Steve Martin and Carl Reiner collaborated several times in the late 70s and 80s. Some of their films are silly and some are brilliantly realized concepts. 596 more words

Phantom Lady (1944)

Opening Statement

A civil engineer is framed for the murder of his wife and his loyal secretary tries to find the killer before it’s too late. 587 more words

Robert Odierna

Upcoming reviews

Hello all,

Just an update on my upcoming reviews. I recently purchased a TCM boxed set called Dark Crimes: Film Noir Thrillers. I’ve already reviewed The Glass Key. 139 more words


Fiction Saturday - Untitled Story - Part Ten

Untitled Story – Part Ten

I was getting ready to take an overdue rent check down to the building office when my phone rang. That hasn’t happened much in the last few months. 1,153 more words


The Enforcer (1951 USA)

The Enforcer has often played to packed houses in Paris more than fifty years after its original release. More than one French critic has called the film a gem (un joyau) among film noir classics. 591 more words


Holmes Movies - Episode 34 - The Third Man

Welcome to Episode 34 of the Holmes Movies Podcast. On this episode my brother Adam and I discuss and review The Third Man, directed by Carol Reed and starring Orson Welles, Joseph Cotton and Trevor Howard. 54 more words


Walk East on Beacon

Premiered Apr 29, 1952: WALK EAST ON BEACON, starring George Murphy, Finlay Currie, and Virginia Gilmore. Directed by Alfred L. Werker (Shock, … 369 more words

Film Noir