We highlight some of the legendary film noir directors and their works.
Noirvember continues with Stanley Kubrick's 'The Killing'
It Always Rains on Sundays runs at a different pace than most thrillers of its era.
'The House on Telegraph Hill' is not a title that comes up often when people discuss film noir -- and it should.
Our look at the 'Alien' franchise concludes with 'Alien 3', 'Alien Resurrection' and 'Prometheus'
Our look back at the 'Alien' franchise begins with 'Alien' and 'Aliens'
Jules Dassin's classic heist film Rififi steals the spotlight in the latest edition of Friday Noir.
Mystery Street is a solid entry in anyone's noir collection despite its been-there-done-that story.
The twisty-turny In a Lonely Place is this week's Friday Noir spotlight.
The 1947 pitch black film Born to Kill is an introductory class to being a horrible person.
1946's Decoy is ugly, crazy, and unorthodox in its charm.
Billy Wilder's scathing 1951 social-noir film Ace in the Hole is exhumed and examined in our new column, Friday Noir!