Happy #Noirvember! TMP has celebrated film noir with a review from the genre every Sunday this month. To bring the celebration to a close, today’s film is 1950’s Backfire. Previously in this series: When Strangers Marry (1944), Decoy (1946), No Man of Her Own (1950) Bob Corey (Gordon MacRae) was wounded near the end of… Read More Backfire (1950)
Kings Row is “a good town. A good clean town. A good town to live in and a good place to raise your children.” But is it as perfect as it seems? Parris Mitchell (Robert Cummings), Cassandra Tower (Betty Field), Drake McHugh (Ronald Reagan), Louise Gordon (Nancy Coleman), and Randy Monaghan (Ann Sheridan) are five young… Read More Kings Row (1942)
I’m a big fan of film noir. It’s one of my favorite genres to watch, especially when discovering new-to-me titles. I’ve seen many films noir in my years as a classic film fan, and I own some of the best: Out of the Past, Double Indemnity, Angel Face, The Damned Don’t Cry, and many others.… Read More Collector’s Corner, #Noirvember edition: 5 noirs on my wish list!