Tag: jules dassin

Phaedra (MGM LE Collection)

Phaedra (MGM LE Collection)

Jules Dassin directs Melina Mercouri and Anthony Perkins in this Greek-set drama about a woman and her stepson

Rififi

Rififi

Arrow pulls a brilliant, silent heist in bringing Jules Dassin's masterpiece of French noir to Blu-ray

The Law

The Law

An underseen gem by director Jules Dassin, and with a terrific cast of European stars, is celebrated by Oscilloscope

The Naked City

The Naked City

Mike Sutton updates Gary Couzens' review of this key 1940s film with a look at the R2 Arrow DVD.

Brute Force

Brute Force

Mike Sutton updates Gary Couzens' review of this excellent thriller with a look at the Arrow R2 release.

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

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

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.

Night and the City

Night and the City

If you're looking for a hit of dark, filthy, top-grade film noir, you can't do much better than Jules Dassin's <em>Night and the City</em>. Raise that glass of champagne and put a flower on your jacket while you read clydefro's review of the R2 BFI release.

Brute Force: Criterion Collection

Brute Force: Criterion Collection

<i>Brute Force</i>, starring Burt Lancaster and directed by Jules Dassin in 1947, is a violent, influential combination of film noir and prison picture, given a fine release by Criterion. Gary Couzens reviews the Region 1 release.

The Naked City: Criterion Collection

The Naked City: Criterion Collection

"There are eight million stories in the Naked City - this has been one of them." Directed by Jules Dassin in 1948, <i>The Naked City</i> was a groundbreaking mixture of documentary and police procedural thriller. Gary Couzens reviews the Region 1 release from Criterion.