Tag Archives: Crime Movies
Hi, today I’m reviewing the movie Mr. Soft Touch. This is very odd film noir. Yeah, I just hastily wrote some notes about it, so I will try to tell you my notes without reading them. Hopefully a little bit. … Continue reading
This week we have another old classic B-movie from the public domain. With commentary all by my lonesome. So here it is! Part One of A Close Call for Boston Blackie. We’re also on Patreon!
Hi there! 🙂 We’re actually more than halfway through this series, so hang in there, okay? 🙂 And get ready for Episode Nine of The Clutching Hand!
If you’re reading this for the first time, don’t worry. You can catch Episodes One through Seven through a link on YouTube. Just open the video up on YouTube and look for the little notices at the start and finish … Continue reading
Hello, again! It’s time for another chapter or episode of this most interesting old serial movie. So … get ready for Episode Seven of The Clutching Hand! Thrill to the adventures of Kennedy and Jameson. And the rest! 🙂
Back again, folks, with another episode of this amazing serial movie! Get ready for more car chases and fight scenes, as our intrepid sleuths seek the formula for making gold. Either that or they might be trying to find Dr. … Continue reading
Are you ready for the next part of Episode Two of this film? Well, ready or not, here it is! 🙂 Part Two of Episode Two of The Clutching Hand! Enjoy! 🙂
This movie was adapted from a book by Graham Greene, who co-wrote the screenplay with Terence Rattigan. I read the book a few years ago and mainly remembered what a little shit the main character, Pinkie, was. And that description’s … Continue reading
And, now, for your further bafflement enjoyment, here’s Part Two of Chapter One (or Episode One?) of The Clutching Hand! 🙂 The video premieres at 12:15 PM Eastern Standard Time! Join me, if you happen to see this wish! 🙂 … Continue reading
Originally entitled Hot Spot, this movie is one of the earliest movies recognized as a film noir. Possibly even the earliest. Essentially, the plot boils down to this. A promoter, Frankie Christopher (played by Victor Mature), accepts a challenge posed … Continue reading