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Book Signing with Todd Morr, author of Double Tap: Two Shots of Central California Noir

Saturday 25 March 2017, 4pm-5pm: Central California author, Todd Morr, will be in store to sign copies of his new book, which features two stories of Central California Noir, … 144 more words


The American Friend (1977)

The art and mastery of deception have been approached by many and accomplished by few. Distinguishing features discerning individuals’ capabilities in this realm include narcissism, antisocial traits, and overall lack of empathy. 415 more words


Day 56 - Croupier - 1999

I love noir, the bleakness is something I feel like certain film-makers can only pull off with certain actors. It showcases the underbelly of society, and what makes them tick. 409 more words


THE POSTMAN DELIVERS ... Oswald & Westworth

The Postman Delivers…except that he didn’t, quite. My regular chap is resigned to regular and frequent booky parcels, and always leaves them by the servants’ entrance if he can’t make me hear, or I am somewhere away on my rambling ancestral estate. 688 more words


Kurosawa noir

Kurosawa noir


Today I talk about Akira Kurosawa again in my third follow up article to my throne of blood review. Akira Kurosawa directed 30 films in a career spanning 57 years. 757 more words

Classic Movie Reviews

The Sheriff of Babylon (2016) by Tom King and Mitch Gerads

“You hear?! Do you hear!?! We’re all cowboys! Pow! Pow! Pow!” (Vol. 2: p.41)

Volume 1: Bang. Bang. Bang.

Baghdad 2003. Chris Henry, a military consultant from Florida, is training a new police force.

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