Posted by KC on Sep 24, 2019
I’ve been a big fan of actor and singer Preston Foster ever since I saw his brooding performance opposite Belita in the ice skating noir The Hunted (1948). He’s got an unusually low-key presence: charming, lightly flirtatious, always in control, but never raising his voice and rarely thr read more
Classic Film Freak
Posted by Orson De Welles on Nov 26, 2015
At a mere 65 minutes, you’d think it would be challenging for a film to be overly bad. Even a modicum of plot should be able to sustain a single hour’s worth of celluloid, right? Usually, yes. But not always.
Which brings us to 1946’s Inside Job, which in spite of the a read more