Dip into the highly stylized era of film noir with 10 classic crime dramas that heat up the screen and cool the heart with sinister plots and exciting twists. Featuring all-star casts including Edward G. Robinson, Lloyd Bridges, Frank Sinatra, Kirk Douglas, and Barbara Stanwyck, prepare to trust no one and enjoy cinema's best!
Suddenly Starring Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, Nancy Gates (1954) B&W 76 Minutes Not Rated
Discover Frank Sinatra at his finest in this adrenaline-filled thriller that tells the story of a cold-hearted assassin, who is planning to assassinate the commander-in-chief.
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers Starring Barbara Stanwyck, Kirk Douglas, Van Heflin (1946) B&W 116 Minutes Not Rated
This Oscar-nominated drama features a marvelous cast including Barbara Stanwyck, Kirk Douglas, Van Heflin, Lizabeth Scott and Judith Anderson in a tale of intrigue involving childhood friends and a mysterious death that happened years before.
Please Murder Me! Starring Raymond Burr, Angela Lansbury, Denver Pyle (1956) B&W 75 Minutes Not Rated
An attorney wins the acquittal of a woman accused of murdering her husband but is shocked to learn that she indeed committed the crime.
Trapped Starring Lloyd Bridges, Barbara Payton, John Hoyt (1949) B&W 79 Minutes Not Rated
Tris Stewart (Lloyd Bridges), is a counterfeiter that is already behind bars. Hoping to track down the location of Stewart’s plates and the person using them, a prison break is arranged for Stewart with federal agents keeping an eye on his every move.
Fear In The Night Starring DeForest Kelley, Paul Kelly, Robert Emmett Keane (1947) B&W 72 Minutes Not Rated
Vince Grayson (DeForest Kelley) is a young bank teller who awakens from a terrible nightmare, in which he and an unknown woman murder a man in a mirrored room. Grayson discovers he has bruises and other physical objects in his possession that make him question if it really was a dream .
Detour Starring Tom Neal, Ann Savage, Claudia Drake (1945) B&W 68 Minutes Not Rated
Al Roberts’ (Tom Neal) life takes an unexpected and unpleasant turn when he decides to hitchhike to the West Coast in pursuit of his girlfriend Sue (Claudia Drake).
He Walked By Night Starring Richard Basehart, Scott Brady, Roy Roberts (1946) B&W 79 Minutes Not Rated
Based on the exploits of real life criminal Erwin Walker, the film portrays Roy Martin (Richard Basehart), a brilliant thief and sociopath, who eludes the police by listening in to their radio communications.
Scarlet Street Starring Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Dan Duryea (1945) B&W 102 Minutes Not Rated
Edward G. Robinson stars as despondent middle-aged banker Christopher Cross, an aspiring weekend artist who is suffocating in a loveless marriage to an impossible woman.
Too Late for Tears Starring Lizabeth Scott, Don DeFore, Dan Duryea (1949) B&W 94 Minutes Not Rated
On a secluded stretch of highway during one evening, a passing car throws a satchel of money into the back seat of a couples’ car. Knowing the money was intended for someone else, the husband wants to turn it into the police but, the wife tells him to keep it “for a while”.
Woman on the Run Starring Ann Sheridan, Ross Elliott, Dennis O’Keefe (1950) B&W 77 Minutes Not Rated
A man witnesses a gangland murder and, fearing he would be targeted by the mob, goes into hiding to escape a potential hit. The police find out about his involvement in the crime and approach the man’s wife, in the hopes she will lead them to him.
Frank Sinatra, Kirk Douglas, Lloyd Bridges, Edward G. Robinson, Barbara Stanwyck, Richard Basehart
Raymond Burr, Angela Lansbury, Ann Savage, Lizabeth Scott, Ann Sheridan, DeForest Kelly
13 Hours 58 Minutes
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