The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler

It's probably a fair assumption to make that most people know the name The Big Sleep from the Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall vehicle that is the 1946 movie. Before that though it was the debut novel of hardboiled detective writer Raymond Chandler and it introduced the world to his most famous creation, private eye,... Continue Reading →

The Big Lebowski

Where does one start with the Coen Brothers take on neo-noir, The Big Lebowski? Since its release it has often been hailed as a classic (though I'm sure it has its share of naysayers) and has become one of the most quotable films in recent memory. I've seen it a good number of times and... Continue Reading →

Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For

The best part of a decade ago Robert Rodriquez and Frank Miller joined forces to bring Miller’s comic-noir vision, Sin City, to life. They did so using, then groundbreaking, special effect techniques and a huge cast of A-listers which made for something fresh and exciting. Nine years later they reunited to bring another set of... Continue Reading →

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