Tag: film-noir

Dementia DVD Review

Under an hour long and with no spoken dialogue, Dementa (aka Daughter of Horror) is a long-standing cult film now released in dual-format by the BFI.

Criss Cross Review

Illicit passion, greed, robbery and murder collide

Cri Life: A monthly column about the Criterion Collection's UK releases

This month's column dedicated to Criterion's UK releases reviews The Cranes Are Flying, They Live By Night, and The Prince Of Tides

The Third Man trailer: Carol Reed's classic reaches its 70th birthday

Carol Reed's unforgettable classic returns to cinemas for one day only this September

No Way Out (1950) / The Defiant Ones (1958) Review

A Sidney Poitier double-bill. What more could you ask for?

Night and the City Review

BFI’s blu-ray release of Jules Dassin’s London based dark masterpiece

Pickup on South Street Review

Samuel Fuller's film noir classic comes to Blu-ray via the Masters of Cinema Series

Double Indemnity Review

clydefro has been waiting years to tell you about Billy Wilder's film noir masterpiece, now out on Blu-ray from MoC

Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics III Review

Hard to get but easy to watch, this latest noir set includes some gems like The Burglar and Drive a Crooked Road

Gemini Rue Review

Who said adventure games were dead?

Film Noir Classics II (R1) in July

Sony presents their second collection of Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics in July...

Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics 1 (R1) in November

Sony and The Film Foundation present 5 restored and remastered Film Noir Classics in November...

The Film Noir Collection begins in April

Glass Key DVD have 54 titles planned in their Film Noir Collection. The first 3 will arrive in April...

Remembering Two Icons of Film Noir: Richard Widmark & Jules Dassin

In a cruel twist of fate, film noir titans Richard Widmark and Jules Dassin passed away within one week of each other. clydefro offers up a tribute to the star and director of Night and the City.

Remembering Two Icons of Film Noir: Richard Widmark & Jules Dassin

In a cruel twist of fate, film noir titans Richard Widmark and Jules Dassin passed away within one week of each other. clydefro offers up a tribute to the star and director of Night and the City.

Panic In The Streets Review

Elia Kazan's 1950 noir thriller stars Richard Widmark as a Medical Officer who has to suppress an outbreak of plague among the criminal underworld of New Orleans. The UK Region 2 DVD release features a stunning transfer of this tense film.

Panic In The Streets Review

Mike Sutton reviews the R1 release of "Panic In The Streets", a brilliantly effective thriller from the new Fox Noir collection.