Tag Archives: Film Noir

A Stroll Among Shadows: A fan’s thumb nail guide to film noir, pt 2

A couple of months ago, I gave a detailed and involved description of film noir, discussing its history and the key points that make a noir story.  Here I just want to name a few of what I think are the key films for this era that not only embody key characteristics of the genre but also turned out to be great entries in American film making. Continue reading

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Guest Blog | “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” Review

Later this month Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller will follow up their 2005 theatrical hit Sin City with Sin City:  A Dame to Kill For. Here I’m going to take a look at Frank Miller’s graphic novel of the same name.

One of the less salacious covers of Miller's book.

One of the less salacious covers of Miller’s book.

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