By: Alix Lambert
Mervyn LeRoy’s THE BAD SEED
SORRY, WRONG NUMBER
Barbara Loden’s WANDA.
“You don’t deserve her. I know her better than you.”
IN THE HEAT OF NIGHT: How much has changed, in the past 50 years?
Alfred Hitchcock’s I CONFESS: Each micro movement of Clift’s face shows us everything.
THE CHALK GARDEN: a crime film without a crime.
By: Gordon Dahlquist
Crime cracks open four women’s contained existences.
He lodged the American noir in the post-war 20th century.
By: Joshua Glenn
A scene from THE LONG GOODBYE (1973)
By: Luc Sante
Dashiell Hammett vs. The Situationists
By: Amanda French
What linked her lowbrow mysteries and highbrow scholarship?
By: Toni Schlesinger
Toni Schlesinger on a panel from REAL CLUE (1947)
By: Carolyn Kellogg
Something in the city he gave us betrayed him.
By: Sarah Weinman
Beneath golden-age charm, a moody mastery of crime fiction.