A surprisingly tense thriller about two guys who pick up a hitch-hiker only to quickly discover he’s actually a serial killer, that is considered the only “classic” film noir directed by a woman.
The Coen Brothers’ masterpiece of a modern noir set against the snowbound niceness of the Upper Midwest in winter.
Maybe the first great heist movie, for me it still works just as well today as it did 70 years ago.
A movie of black and white paranoia that to me is one of the all-time classics, perfectly capturing a very specific time and place.
Perhaps the most campy and nonsensical of all 1940s murder mysteries, I love it so much.
An, um, unique take on the dark underbelly of a small town from David Lynch, sort of the proto-Twin Peaks.
A very well-done neo-noir that deals with issues the original film noirs mostly ignored. Denzel Washington plays the detective in over his head.
I really enjoyed this dream-like film noir about a doomed man’s wanderings through Belfast.
Perhaps the ultimate Film Noir, about two murderers who are not nearly as smart as they think they are.
The definitive neo-noir, a movie I love, now inextricably linked with the crimes of its director.