Tag Archives: Glenn Ford

Experiment in Terror (1962)

As someone only familiar with Blake Edwards through his colourful comedies and Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Experiment in Terror was especially surprising. In total contrast to those movies, this film is truly, deeply sinister. The unravelling mystery at the centre is … Continue reading

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The Big Heat (1953)

Fritz Lang’s seminal American noir The Big Heat begins with a man blowing his brains out and only descends further into the black from there. Anchored by a pin-sharp screenplay full of sassy dames, thugs and augmented by Lang’s roaming … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to Me (1981)

A pretty beefy 80s slasher flick, at least as far as running time is concerned. At 110 minutes it’s certainly one of the longest hack and slash movies I’ve seen but it paces itself out nicely for the most part. … Continue reading

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