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Terror On A Train (1953)

aka Time Bomb In the same year that saw Glenn Ford star in one of his most iconic films, Fritz Lang’s The Big Heat, he also headlined this minor entry […]

The Red House (1947)

Being a long time fan of Edward G. Robinson, this film has eluded me till now and that’s mainly because it had fallen into public domain and knowing that, I […]

Dietrich & Riefenstahl

Hollywood, Berlin, and a Century In Two Lives By Karin Wieland Having read previous books on Marlene Dietrich, I came into this latest edition on her life well versed on […]

Rogue Male (1977)

Let’s not focus on comparing this Peter O’Toole starring effort with that of the earlier version from Fritz Lang featuring Walter Pidgeon in 1941’s Man Hunt. It just wouldn’t seem […]

Escape to Burma (1955)

This RKO release featuring two top tier stars from our vantage point looking back seems to have borrowed a script from the basement cellar of poverty row studio Monogram Pictures. […]

Woman In Hiding (1950)

From director Michael Gordon (Pillow Talk) comes this first rate Noir thriller with Ida Lupino as the central figure. The role plays right into Ida’s strengths. She’s distressed throughout and […]

Macao (1952)

Once again Robert Mitchum meets up with Jane Russell in a far off exotic location for more escapades in the Noir genre. Previously they had joined forces under the RKO […]

The Man From Beyond (1922)

Who knew Houdini was a movie star? I sure didn’t until Kino released a box set of his contributions to silent cinema. All I seemed to know about Houdini is […]

The Undercover Man (1949)

Four years before Harry Cohn turned Glenn Ford loose in Fritz Lang’s The Big Heat he assigned him to this Robert Rossen production from director Joseph H. Lewis. Although this […]

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