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Is Perfect Summer TV
The candy-colored noir is also a great venue for Niecy Nash’s indelible performance.
33 Essential Neo-Noirs, From
A guide to the most political and stylish genre of film and TV.
10 Female-Led Noirs to Watch If You Loved
Is a Glossy, Atmospheric L.A. Neo-Noir
Aaron Katz’s moody murder mystery has equal parts substance and style, but can’t quite stick the landing.
Margot Robbie Is a Neo-Noir Femme Fatale in
“I have an unquenchable bloodlust.”
Odds Against Tomorrow
Is a Hidden Noir Gem That Considers Anti-Black Racism
The Harry Belafonte–produced and starring film subverts and complicates what came before it.
30 Hollywood Classics Streaming for Free in the Public Domain
The best old-school musicals, romances, noirs, and comedies you can watch right now.
What Happened to Paul Auster? A Decade Ago, He Was a Nobel Candidate.
Did he change, or did we?
The Spirit of Leslie Nielsen is Alive and Well in ‘The Gumshoe Diaries’
The Naked Gun movies are the kind of classics that make one say to oneself, “Yes. This is hilarious, but would it still be funny if it were […]
The Modern Noir Has Atrophied (and It’s Not All
All style and no substance.
These Are the 25 Most Gorgeous Moments From the
And you thought the movies looked good.
: Gorgeous, Old-Movie Shadowland
Frank Darabont’s TNT miniseries is noir without nuance, but gorgeous to look at.
Watch ‘Nights in UltraViolet’
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You Ready for a Film Noir Puppet Comedy From Jim Henson’s Son?
Yeah, you read that headline right. Jim Henson’s son Brian Henson is directing a film noir comedy with puppets called The Happytime Murders. It […]
The Laugh Track: A Film Noir
They call him Bickelhaupt. First name John. He’s a “re-recording mixer,” you know the old Hollywood type. Only thing dirtier’n his pockets is […]
Gets a Film Noir Trailer
“Dunham. She’s a dame to die for, literally.”