Tagged: suspense

Interview with the Assassin 2002 JFK assassination

Interview With The Assassin (2002) – A Review

Raymond J. Barry in Interview with the Assassin Rob Kobelski (Dylan Haggerty) is an out of work TV cameraman living in a quiet suburban neighborhood with his wife and daughter....

Cloak Dagger Dabeny Coleman Henry Thomas

Cloak & Dagger (1984) – A Review

Dabney Coleman and Henry Thomas in Cloak & Dagger Bullets whizzing around. Switchblades flicking open. Bad guys trying to kill our twelve-year-old hero. Shocking jump scares. Blood spurting. Scary old...

Key Largo Bogart Bacall

Key Largo (1948) – A Review

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in Key Largo Humphrey Bogart is WWII veteren Major Frank MCCloud. He arrives in Key Largo, Florida to see the widow and father of his...

Numbers Station John Cusack

The Numbers Station (2013) – A Review

John Cusack in The Numbers Station After having just watched The Raven with John Cusack and having it be a disappointing experience, I thought I’d check out another recent Cusack-starring...

Raven John Cusack Edgar Allan Poe

The Raven (2012) – A Review

The Raven Edgar Allan Poe was one of the greatest American writers in history. He was the man who could be credited for the creation of the horror genre and...

Frozen 2010 ski lift survival movie

Frozen (2010) – A Review

Frozen (2010) Three friends go on a ski weekend and want to get one last run in before heading back home. The only problem is that it’s getting late and...

Zero Hour disaster movie airplane

Zero Hour (1957) – A Review

Linda Darnell and Dana Andrews in Zero Hour! The disaster film genre had been around for quite some time before it hit its peak in the 1970s. Long before former...

Narrow Margin Gene Hackman Anne Archer

Remake Recon: The Narrow Margin

In 1952 RKO Pictures would release a low-budget thriller called The Narrow Margin. Starring Charles McGraw, Marie Windsor and Jacqueline White, the film at the time was meant to be...

Dial M For Murder Grace Kelly

Dial M For Murder (1954) – A Review

Dial M For Murder I was flipping through the channels and stumbled onto a showing of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 film Dial M For Murder. I had always been a fan...

The Square 2008 crime thriller noir

The Square (2008) – A Review

The Square I love a good film noir. That classic structure of a story about a not so innocent character formulating a seemingly simple plan and having it come wildly...

Buried Ryan Reynolds

Buried (2010) – A Review

Buried Otherwise known as ‘Ryan In A Box’. I wanted to check this film out mainly for curiosity. Films set in one locations seem to be a type of cinematic...

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