Tag Archives: Crime Fiction

My Review of ‘The Glass Key’ (1942)

This movie, based on the novel by Dashiell Hammett tells the story of a political fixer and social media manager marketing manager helpful assistant named Ed Beaumont (played by Alan Ladd). Ed provides his services to a really bad person … Continue reading

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Blonde Ice — Part Eight

And now for the big finish to the most bizarre interesting B-grade film noir ever–Blonde Ice! My God, is Les a schmuck or what? And that last line … well, I laughed out loud. Literally LOLed! 🙂 And, for those of … Continue reading

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Part Two of ‘Blonde Ice’

It’s time again for the Saturday Matinee! And we have a real goodie for you this time. Last week, we had Part One of Blonde Ice. So today, of course, you’ll get to see Part Two of that movie! So, … Continue reading

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Too Late for Tears — Part Six

It is once again Saturday and time for the Saturday Matinee! Today we have Part Six of Too Late for Tears! Which I nearly mistyped as Too Late for Teats! OMG! 🙂 Well, anyway … here’s Part Six of the … Continue reading

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Too Late for Tears — Part Five

Happy Saturday! Once again, it’s time for the Saturday Matinee! And, in continuation of the previous shows, we have Part Five of Too Late for Tears! While I’m here, I’d like to ask for your support in my crowdfunding campaign! … Continue reading

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