Tagged: crime

Blade Runner

Blade Runner 1982 Convention Reel

With news of Ridley Scott planning to re-visit the world of Blade Runner, the web is abuzz with geeking out (both positive and negative)....

The Departed

CRIMEWATCH: The Departed

“When you decide to be something, you can be it. That’s what they don’t tell you in the church. When I was your age...

Sunset Blvd.

POSTERS: Sunset Boulevard

An aspiring screenwriter named Joe Gillis (William Holden) isn’t having luck in Hollywood, he’s up against the wall and is on the verge of...

Fargo

DEEP FOCUS: Fargo

Since their debut in 1984, The Coen Brothers have been two of the most interesting writer-directors of offbeat genre cinema and their 1996 black...

The Future of Law Enforcement

POSTERS: Robocop

Like many kids in the 80s generation, this film was my introduction to one of the coolest genre specialists working in movies: Paul Verhoeven....

Kiss Me Deadly

Kiss Me Deadly (BluRay Review)

The classic film noir genre usually dealt with many of the same types of subject matter such as gangsters, double crosses and femme fatales,...

Hobo With A Shotgun

CRIMEWATCH: Hobo With A Shotgun

The history of Hobo With A Shotgun goes back to the release of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez‘s modern exploitation double feature Grindhouse which...

Gangs of New York

DEEP FOCUS: Gangs of New York

The Eye of Bill “The Butcher” As Bill The Butcher (Daniel Day Lewis) stands in the cold snow, the camera cuts in to an...

The Mechanic

POSTERS: The Mechanic

In this 1972 crime-action-thriller classic Charles Bronson is Arthur Bishop, a connisseur of fine things. He lives in a luxurious home, collects expensive art...

Going in Style

CRIMEWATCH: Going In Style

I’ve always been a fan of films that are special little treasures that get lost in the shuffle. The kinds that are buried in...