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Rory Calhoun stars in this fifties crime drama which, as clydefro explains, proves that film noir is not a genre.
Allen Funt, creator of Candid Camera, turns his attention to sex and reactions to casual nudity, with fascinating results
A weird spoof of the detective genre, set on a chicken hatchery and starring an aged Bowery Boy
Alan Rudolph's film about the "city of the one night stands" hits MGM's made-on-demand service
A cop accidentally kills a 14-year-old in this black and white B-movie, based on a story by Rod Serling.
Lindsay Anderson's striking short film, part of a planned anthology film that didn't pan out, receives the MOD treatment
Sterling Hayden shoots wife Anita Ekberg and kills her parents, and it takes three distinct stories to learn why
Diamonds and a blonde prove too much for an LAPD detective, in this Edward L. Cahn-directed MGM MOD release
Orson Welles and Claudette Colbert star in this effective melodrama, where she believes he was killed in war
An eerie Italian psychological thriller starring Vanessa Redgrave and Franco Nero, out now from MGM's MOD line
Gene Barry is a secret agent posing as a lounge singer in this tale of international intrigue
The life of a political boss, played by John Payne, is tracked in this fifties noir drama written by Dalton Trumbo
Jules Dassin directs Melina Mercouri and Anthony Perkins in this Greek-set drama about a woman and her stepson
Hammer time as Mickey Spillane's hard-boiled private dick suits up for murder and stolen jewels in this '50s film noir.
A nifty little western starring Ward Bond and Joseph Cotten as feuding father and son is out now in MGM's MOD line
James Coburn stars alongside the late Michael Sarrazin in this pickpocket film, out now from MGM's MOD service
What's black and white and red all over? Hollywood in the '50s! Jacques Tourneur guides Dana Andrews through the morass.
Samuel Fuller's loving tribute to American journalism is now available as a *gasp* DVD-R; clydefro reviews
A dated but still delightful Best Picture nominee quietly gets released on DVD-R and is reviewed by clydefro
Wonder Woman sans her super-suit and with an assault weapon, as Lynda Carter stars in this B-level Badlands