Tagged: crime

Old Boy

Chan Wook Park’s Oldboy

South Korean director Chan Wook Park‘s award winning film Oldboy (2003) is a mindbending story of two men’s quest for revenge. It’s also a...

Robert Mitchum as Eddie Coyle

POSTERS: The Friends of Eddie Coyle

“This life’s HARD man, but it’s HARDER if you’re stupid!” – Jackie Brown As you know by now, here at Furious Cinema, we love...

Travis aiming 44

Taxi Driver (BluRay Review)

FILM REVIEW When we first see Travis Bickle (Robert DeNiro) he walks into a taxi cab stand as a ghostly cloud of steam evaporates...

Shoshanna fire

50 FURIOUS FEMALES: Hell Hath No Fury!

From smokin’ hot sex bombs to super tough female empowerment icons to twisted psycho broads (and sometimes combinations of all three!). Join us as...

The Joker

50 FURIOUS FILM FIENDS

Movies just wouldn’t be as exciting if they didn’t contain those colorfully warped characters known as “villains”. Often times these people are merely twisted,...

Roy Scheider

CRIMEWATCH: The Seven-Ups

I fucking love Roy Scheider. Whether it be his freak out moments, his L-shaped nose or the fact that he’s also a New Jersey...

Cul-De-Sac

Roman Polanski’s Cul-De-Sac

cul–de–sac 1: a blind diverticulum or pouch 2: a street or passage closed at one end. Two wounded criminals Dickie (Lionel Stander) and his...

CRIMEWATCH: The Flim Flam Man

In The Flim Flam Man (1967), a southern fried 60’s screwball crime comedy directed by the late Irvin Kerschner, George C. Scott plays Mordecai...

Noodles gets high

CRIMEWATCH: Once Upon A Time in America

INTRODUCTION Sergio Leone. Whenever I hear that name I think of cinema at its most exhillerating and wildly creative. His take on Westerns single...

A Clockwork Orange, Straw Dogs, The Exorcist, Apocalypse Now

50 FURIOUS FILMS: THE 1970s

Chances are if you love movies, a good portion of some of your favorite titles were released in the decade that brought us a...