Tag Archives: film noir

In Review: Hammett (1982)

By Maryann O’Connor

Samuel Dashiell Hammett was, at various points in his life, a writer of good mysteries, a detective and political activist; in short, dream fodder for other writers’ detective tales. Continue reading

In Review: Gilda (1946) Re-released on the big screen

By David Katz

Laden with fear, intrigue and eroticism, and featuring a luminous, unforgettable leading turn by Rita Hayworth, Gilda (1946) is one of the best examples of noir in the genre’s post-war heyday. Continue reading