This little gem is Beverly Garland playing a police woman in the 1950’s. It was filmed in New York city and places this brave police woman in some very seedy and dangerous situations. I really enjoy this show and think you will too.
If you wanted a really good example of a film noir from 1948, the Scar is for you. It was also known as Hollow Triumph. The main character is a guy named John Mueller and he’s assuming a new identity to avoid getting whacked by a mobster he robbed. But as they say, Irony can be pretty ironic sometimes. Of course, that is usually the plot motivation of a noir. This one sports really good production values, a decent plot and Joan Bennett.
This is one of those date night movies from the 80’s with Steven Gutenberg. I would suggest you put away all sharp objects, because this one really tempts jamming yourself in the eye with a salad fork. I remember taking a woman to this movie “in the day”. The date was so memorable I can’t remember who she was. It might have been Angie, and it might have been Kim, and there was this other gal, what’s her name… could be. Caution. This movie blows so bad, it could knock over trees, so put your car in the garage. It…
Stalag 17 is a 1953 war film which tells the story of a group of American airmen held in a German World War II prisoner of war camp, who come to suspect that one of their number is an informant.
The Omen is a 1976 American-British supernatural horror film directed by Richard Donner and written by David Seltzer. The film stars Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, David Warner, Harvey Spencer Stephens, Billie Whitelaw, Patrick Troughton, Martin Benson, and Leo McKern. The first installment in The Omen series, the film centres a young child adopted by American Ambassador Robert Thorn alongside with his wife. Surrounded by mysterious ominous deaths, they are unaware that the child is the Antichrist.
Here’s a better than fair Boris Karloff movie about an Egyptologist that comes back from the dead to take revenge.