Steve reviews and (slightly) critiques the PRC classic noir, DETOUR.
Back from hiatus, Steve discovers and discusses a semi-obscure noir, RED LIGHT, starring George Raft, Virginia Mayo, Raymond Burr, etc.
The title says it all.
On this episode, Steve discusses what some consider to be the first film noir, STRANGER ON THE THIRD FLOOR.
On this episode, Steve discusses the "pitfalls" of living on the fringe of the dark city, where a freshly mown lawn and the white picket fences hide a layer of deceit, desire, and ultimately...murder.
On this episode, Steve discusses DECOY, a poverty row noir that nearly transcends genres, featuring the meanest femme fatale of them all.
In this episode, Steve talks about the history and story of Archie Mayo's 1942 dream-like Noir, Moontide. Questions or comments may always be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
On this episode, Steve talks about the 1948 noir, HE WALKED BY NIGHT, and its relevance in today's pop culture.
In the first episode, Steve covers Robert Rossen's 1947 noir, BODY & SOUL. Please email questions and comments to email@example.com and visit Facebook.com/ConfessionsFromTheDarkCity.