The Chase (1946)

An exercise in dizzy disorientation, this Cornell Woolrich crazy-house noir pulls the rug out from under us at least three times. You want delirium, you got it -- the secret words for today are ...

Tough, Uncompromising, Nasty Little Films: A Conversation with Elliot Lavine

Above: Publicity still from John Parker's Dementia (1955). Rep houses in San Francisco, like those in most American cities, are struggling to stay open. But for something like thirty nights a year, ...

I Wake Up Dreaming: Roxie's Return to Noir

This Friday, San Francisco's Roxie Theater begins two weeks of unfiltered B-movie goodness when "I Wake Up Dreaming: The Haunted World of the B Film Noir" unleashes some of the nastiest film noir of ...