Posts Tagged ‘Noir’

The Nice Guys

by Callum Tyndallon 09/06/2016
Ryan Gosling is not an actor I typically associate with comedy. At his best, I think of Drive and Only God Forgives. At his worst, The Notebook. This is dumb, because there are two films already that prove Gosling knows how to handle comedy: Crazy Stupid Love and The Big Short. There are reasons these don’t necessarily jump to mind, while both […]

Marvel’s Jessica Jones: AKA Netflix Winner

by joshkingofgeekson 24/11/2015
  It’s been a fun 24 hours, it’s also been a long 24 hours. At midnight on the 20th of November a brand new Netflix Marvel series dropped, in all its glory, and I wasted no time in logging into my account and pressing play on the new gritty, edgy, dark and dirty Jessica Jones. […]

New Trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

by Hani Fearonon 11/06/2014
The sequel to Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s 2005 beautifully stylised noir hit finally graces our screens late August (the release date is still moving about a little). Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has been one of the most anticipated sequels in recent years since it’s announcement, but unless you’re a fan of […]

The Cormorant

by Andy Haighon 28/01/2014
The Cormorant is the third book featuring the on-going misadventures of Miriam Black. Miriam has a gift, or curse as she usually sees it, skin on skin contact with a person gives her a detailed vision of how and when they are going to die. This has made Miriam’s life somewhat complicated to say the […]

Free Film Friday – His Girl Friday

by Michael Doddon 10/01/2014
Ah, that satisfying moment when the title of the film and the title of the blog sync up a little. Hello everybody and welcome back to Free Film Friday, your weekly exploration of the public domain. When you’ve had a long, hard week, I hope you can find some relief in a slice of cinema […]