King Rat (1965)

`Gather round and here the words of the King.` For this black and white POW film set during the final days of WW2 in Singapore we’re treated to George Segal […]

If I Were King (1938)

Having made a successful transition from the silent era to the talkies, who better than Ronald Colman to headline If I Were King? A film that sees the smooth talking […]

Operation : Daybreak (1975)

This WW2 tale of espionage and the underground resistance from director Lewis Gilbert plays it straight as opposed to the three 007 adventures he helmed including You Only Live Twice. […]

Nosferatu in Venice (1988)

aka … Nosferatu a Venezia, aka … Prince of The Night, aka Vampire In Venice and who knows how many other vampire themed titles. Yes I’ve seen Murnau’s 1922 silent […]

The Walking Hills (1949)

Long associated with tough, male dominated pictures like The Magnificent Seven, Bad Day At Black Rock and The Great Escape, director John Sturges got an early go around with a […]

The Breaking Point (1950)

Here’s an article I was fortunate enough to have published in the 2016 year end edition of the Noir Magazine, The Dark Pages. Thanks to Karen and Kristina for the […]