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Film Noir Friday: A Woman's Face (1941)

Directed by George Cukor, A Woman’s Face is fundamentally a remake of the 1938 Swedish film of the same name. This 1941 picture features a screenplay by David Ogden Stewart and is based on the play… 554 more words


Review of Ghost Story - Book Vs. Movie

Old, distinguished men in elegant attire sip their brandy and tell ghost stories. A mysterious woman unbound by time haunts successive generations of boys and men. 1,385 more words

Reviews Of Haunted House Fiction

The Old Dark House Sucker Punch

It’s always fun and games until someone loses an eye.

That’s the lesson of The Old Dark House (1932), a comedy-horror flick about – you guessed it – a group of people stranded in an old dark house. 682 more words


The Great Sinner (1949)

  • This movie has an amazing cast. I’m going to be pissed if this is bad.
  • Gregory Peck playing a writer? Astounding!

Film Noir: A Woman's Secret (1949)

Film Noir: A Woman’s Secret (1949)

Directed by: Nicholas Ray

Based on a novel by: Vicki Baum

Screenplay by: Herman J. Mankiewicz

Actors: Maureen O’Hara, Gloria Grahame, Melvyn Douglas… 168 more words

American Film Noir 1940's

Greta Garbo as "Ninotchka" (1939) - reviewed by George

Now this is a picture directed by Ernst Lubitsch that has “the Lubitsch touch”. It’s a light romantic comedy with political overtones. Or maybe it’s a political satire disguised as a light romantic comedy. 978 more words