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Posted On November 18, 2016By TilIn Crime, Drama, Film Noir

Whispering City (1947)

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Posted On September 8, 2012By TilIn Drama

Reefer Madness (1936)

The tale revolves around Mae and Jack, accomplices in the distribution of marijuana, who manage to entice the local high school kids to stop by Mae’s apartment to smoke reefer. The lives of all who are involved with this menace are inevitably shattered. One man becomes so addicted to the killer weed that the guilt over framing a teen for murder causes a judge to order him to be committed for life to a mental hospital! Dr. Carroll closes by advising us to not incur the same tragedy. (Plot summaryRead More

Posted On August 14, 2012By TilIn Crime, Drama, Film Noir, Mystery, Thriller

The Stranger (1946)

Charles Rankin is a professor in a respectable Connecticut town about to marry the daughter of a U.S. Supreme Court justice. But his name is fake and his past is filthy. An earnest convert to Christianity, who once ran a Nazi concentration camp, is capable of exposing him. So “Rankin” kills this little old man and buries his body in the forest. But he isn’t safe because an investigator from the War Crimes Commission is on his tail. Rankin will need his own wife to help him elude capture. ButRead More

Posted On August 9, 2012By TilIn Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Drama, Romance

Beat the Devil (1953)

A quartet of international crooks — Peterson, O’Hara, Ross and Ravello — is stranded in Italy while their steamer is being repaired. With them are the Dannreuthers. The six are headed for Africa, presumably to sell vacuum cleaners but actually to buy land supposedly loaded with uranium. They are joined by others who apparently have similar designs. (Plot summary written by Ed Stephan)   Runtime original: 01:29:00 Runtime at 90to5: 00:05:37 Director: John Huston Writer: James Helvick (novel ‘Beat the devil’), Truman Capote screenplay), John Huston (screenplay), Anthony Veiller (uncredited),Read More