Tag Archives: Film Noir

Part Five of ‘Quicksand’ (1950)

Looks like we’ve managed to live through finally reach the fifth and final part of the film noir Quicksand. (With or without one of these!) And, so, on with the show!

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Part Four of ‘Quicksand’ (1950)

If you’re reading this for the first time, welcome and get ready to see some of the weirdest most interesting movies and movie reviews you’ve seen in a while. πŸ™‚ As indicated, this week we have for your viewing pleasure … Continue reading

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Part Three of ‘Quicksand’ (1950)

We’ve managed to survive seen Parts One and Two of the film noir Quicksand. Let’s see if we can get through watch Part Three and not completely lose interest enjoy what comes next! πŸ™‚ Happy viewing! πŸ™‚ Support the film … Continue reading

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Top 10 Favorite Legal Movies

The following list was made several years ago and posted on another YouTube channel. I’m pretty sure it’s still a good list, which is to say there are likely other films about the law I’ve seen and enjoyed. But this … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘PepΓ© le Moko’ (1937)

Okay, this is very much a film noir, especially since it’s a French film and they invented the term and it does apply here. It’s not a bad film. It takes about a half hour for much to happen, which … Continue reading

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Part Three of ‘Inner Sanctum’ (1948)

I have to say, it’s simply astonishing bizarre fascinating to see what movies are available for free on the Internet. A few have been barely comprehensible awkwardly performed and/or directed highly unusual. And this is definitely one of those! πŸ™‚ … Continue reading

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Part Two of ‘Inner Sanctum’ (1948)

As threatened promised, we’re back with Part Two of this semi-comprehensible highly weird unique movie! πŸ™‚ It’s Part Two of Inner Sanctum. Check it out. It’s free! And copyright free! πŸ™‚

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Part One of ‘Inner Sanctum’ (1948)

And now for your bemusement amazement amusement, we have another example of a cheap-ass poor quality low-budget B-movie with captions! With some of worst editing most poorly restored the most uniquely edited sequences since Eisenstein maybe ever. πŸ™‚ It’s Part … Continue reading

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Part Six of ‘The Great Flamarion’ (1945)

Guess what? The End is Here! Of the movie, that is. πŸ™‚ Check out the previous part posted here. And get ready for the Big Finish of The Great Flamarion! Enjoy! πŸ™‚

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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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