Where Danger Lives
Where Danger Lives focuses on film discussion — specifically classic film noir and crimes films from the 1940s - 1950s. New critical essays are posted every week or so, a bit less often during the academic year. If you enjoy the blog, please favorite me on Technorati, or leave a comment / blog review here, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
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THE CLAY PIGEON (1949)
I tend to celebrate B movies here, and I’m seldom as critical as I could be. But even I have to take my shots at The Clay Pigeon . Jim Fletcher (Bill Williams) wakes up in a military hospital with a blind man clawing at his throat his throat. A nurse i...5 weeks ago
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