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If Google Street View existed in the Art Deco era, Hollywood Boulevard would have looked like this
This 1987 map investigates the settings of some of the best detective novels in literature
Ana Lily Amirpour creates a fairytale Iranian town in A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
This town is never so beguiling and deadly as when it’s in front of the camera
Downtown Not So Dystopian Anymore...
Most often associated with decades past, noir is alive and well, and having a bit of a moment these days. It's a trend the editorial directors of tablet-only Noir magazine are hoping to capitalize on.
The most understated of director John Ford's pictures with the exception of Dust Bowl drama 'The Grapes of Wrath.'
Barbara Stanwyck is the golden dominatrix lashing schlub Fred MacMurray—cast over tough guys George Raft and Alan Ladd in a brilliantly counter-intuitive coup—to the service of her homicidal machinations.