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I've Finally Seen: BRICK (2005)

...as recommended by Paul Guyot, and I like almost everything about it: the casting, the pacing, the music, the feel. I only had a problem…

Started by Gerald So

11 Mar 29, 2007
Reply by Gerald So

Short film serial internet thing idea in the crime genre

Every now and again I make short films. I've even got one up on Youtube. Unfortunately, it's been seen by less people than the video with t…

Started by Vincent Holland-Keen

24 Mar 25, 2007
Reply by Donna Moore

"Andy Barker" and "Raines" Week 2

"Andy Barker" was a bit less funny this week, but still solid and watchable. I'm not sure I like knowing that Raines's visions of dead p…

Started by Gerald So

4 Mar 24, 2007
Reply by Rose

Crime Time TV

I'll be watching NBC tonight starting at 9:30 with "Andy Barker, P.I." Andy Richter plays an accountant mistaken for a private eye. Then at…

Started by Gerald So

22 Mar 21, 2007
Reply by Michael C. Jacobs

Bruised Egos

When I see a movie I really like, I usually head over to the Internet Movie Database to find out what other viewers thought of it. It never…

Started by Robert Gregory Browne

13 Mar 20, 2007

Two Types of Television Shows

I've noticed over the last few years that television has been evolving. When it comes to screenwriting, I think the very best material you…

Started by Robert Gregory Browne

22 Mar 19, 2007

Any mystery-related film events I should know about?

I would have asked this months ago on EMWA if I'd thought of it, but this seems like a better place for it anyway. Anybody know any crim…

Started by Keith Snyder

3 Mar 16, 2007

Film Noir on the Net

Fritz Lang's Scarlet Street and M, Ulmer's Detour, Orson Welle's The Stranger, Daves' perverse unknown noir The Red House, and no list of p…

Started by Tribe

8 Mar 6, 2007

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