Tagged: noir

Dangerous Crossing 1953 mystery ship noir

Dangerous Crossing (1953) – A Review

Newlywed Ruth Stanton Bowman (Jeanne Crain) has boarded a transcontinental ocean liner with her new husband John Bowman (Carl Betz). The ship leaves port, John leaves his new bride momentarily...

The Window 1949 film noir Bobby Driscoll

The Window (1949) – A Review

A nine year old boy witnesses a murder through a window in his apartment building. He tries to convince everyone about the crime, but after hearing so many tall tales from...

Moontide 1942 Jean Gabin Ida Lupino film noir

Moontide (1942) – A Review

Tough longshoreman Bobo (Jean Gabin) has spent a wild drunken night out on the town. Awaking the following morning he starts to suspect he has murdered a man. Fearing prison...

Fourteen Hours 1951 film noir drama

Fourteen Hours (1951) – A Review

Fourteen Hours New York City is gripped by a tense drama that unfolds fifteen stories above the street! It’s St. Patrick’s Day in New York City when a man (Richard...

Rita Hayworth Glenn Ford Gilda 1946 film noir

Gilda (1946) – A Review

Rita Hayworth as Gilda I always thought if they use a characters name for the title of their story, then that character better be damn good. There better be something...

Road House 1948 film noir

Road House (1948) – A Review

Roadhouse Lily (Ida Lupino) is a singer who gets hired by Jefty (Richard Widmark) a country bar owner, to help draw customers in, and also because he’s kind of sweet...

Blue Gardenia film noir

The Blue Gardenia (1953) – A Review

Anne Baxter in The Blue Gardenia Norah Larkin (Anne Baxter) is a lonely telephone operator who inadvertently goes on a date with ladies man Harry Prebble (Raymond Burr). Getting intoxicated...

Kiss Me Deadly 1955 film noir

Kiss Me Deadly (1955) – A Review

Kiss Me Deadly Detective Mike Hammer (Ralph Meeker) wants to find out what happened to the young woman he picked up on the highway. She’s now dead and Hammer was...

99 River Street film noir

99 River Street (1953) – A Review

99 River Street Ernie Driscoll (John Payne) looked like he would have a great career in boxing, maybe going all the way to the top. But after a humiliating defeat...

Tension 1949 film noir

Tension (1949) – A Review

Tension Mild-mannered Warren Quimby (Richard Basehart) works long hours as an overnight pharmacist to earn enough dough to make his wife Claire (Audrey Totter) happy – but she never is....

High Sierra 1941 Humphrey Bogart

High Sierra (1941) – A Review

Humphrey Bogart and Ida Lupino in High Sierra Notorious bank robber Roy Earle (Humphrey Bogart) is looking at a life sentence in prison when he’s suddenly given a parole by...

Blue Dahlia 1946 film noir

The Blue Dahlia (1946) – A Review

Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake in The Blue Dahlia Johnny Morrison (Alan Ladd) returns home after serving in the South Pacific with his buddies Buzz (William Bendix) and George (Hugh...