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Dragonwyck (1946)

‘I don’t live by the instructions on a medicine bottle,’ 

Dragonwyck is a film about a woman named Miranda Wells (Gene Tierney) who gets invited to her rich cousin’s mansion as a governess to the daughter, and it turns out that it’s not all as it seems as Nicholas Van Ryn (Vincent Price) is the one who is a murderer and a drug addict. 223 more words

Laura (Spoiler Free Review)

I chose Laura as the inaugural movie review for this site because it is the first movie that I choose to show people when I want them to get into classic movies. 434 more words

1944

Black Widow

The Film Noir Odyssey

Writer: Nunnally Johnson

Based on the novel “Black Widow” by Patrick Quentin

Director: Nunnally Johnson

Cinematographer: Charles G. Clarke

Music: Leigh Harline… 818 more words

Film Noir

Dragonwyck (1946)

Plot: Nicholas Van Ryn (Vincent Price) owns a sizable estate known as Dragonwyck, where he oversees hundreds of tenant farmers and controls a considerable fortune in various resources. 599 more words

Night and The City

(Check out the previous essay in this film noir essay series here: Fury)

1950’s Night and The City was the final film that esteemed American noir director Jules Dassin ever created for the Hollywood system. 1,031 more words

Film

Back in Time #1 | The Ghost and Mrs Muir

On the 5th of September, we published our first article on Tsundokursed. That was six months ago. SIX MONTHS. Can you imagine? Time flew by! And to celebrate that, I decided to review THREE beautiful oldies for you this March. 793 more words

Cinematography