Eureka Entertainment deliver the goods with this highly enjoyable and pleasing release of the classic 1942 film-noir.
On all points a mildly subversive, wildly stylistic, and violent instant genre classic that overwhelms the senses with color, mood, and a slow-burning sense of dread.
Hardboiled classic film noir about an armored truck heist gone awry arrives in an excellent new 4K restoration on Blu-ray from Masters of Cinema.
Paramount provides a superb new 4K transfer with Dolby Vision of this tasty Scorsese neo-noir in this new 10th Anniversary Steelbook.
A lavish neo-noir that despite solid performances is ultimately too long and feels like a poor remake of ‘Chinatown’.
A cool film-noir thriller hamstrung by the wider political sentiments of its time and studio system politics
Our latest classic film review from Marialena is of this visually stunning cult favorite supernatural neo-noir.
One of many David Lynch masterpieces, ‘Blue Velvet’ seethes with sexuality and mystery while it plays like an odd drug-induced dream.
The brutal murder of young Elizabeth Short AKA the “Black Dahlia” in 1947 Los Angeles gained national attention and, as the case was never solved, it continues to fascinate film makers. This TNT Network six-episode mini-series, I Am the Night, is based on the memoir One Day She’ll Darken: The Mysterious Beginnings of Fauna Hodel. […]
A pulpy 1954 film-noir outing from famed auteur Fritz Lang