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Dark City Confessions: A NoirCast
2 minutes | May 6, 2018
Sorry Folks, The Bar's Closed Today
55 minutes | Apr 22, 2018
Episode 19: Cornered (1945)
I'm honored and proud to welcome my best friend (and confirmed Dick Powell nut) Paul Sterling to the Dark City mic this week. We're discussing Cornered, a shell shocked, post-war noir from 1945. Thoughts/opinions? Let us know! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
28 minutes | Apr 6, 2018
Episode 18: Fall Guy (1947)
A quick one this week, where Leo Penn's the "fall guy." Or...is he? No spoilers this week. We hope you enjoy our conversation. Fall Guy is available on DVD from the Warner Archive Collection and digital download. email@example.com
80 minutes | Mar 25, 2018
Episode 17: Vertigo (1958)
Possibly one of the most influential films we have discussed on this show, Vertigo comes very close to being a perfect movie. With its recent theatrical re-release, Vicky and I decided it was time to rediscover what could be Alfred Hitchcock's most personal film. What did you think? firstname.lastname@example.org
42 minutes | Mar 11, 2018
Episode 16: Stranger on the Third Floor (1940)
While Vicky is top form, I'm a little rusty as we return to the pod-o-sphere to bring you more film noir chat. This time, it's Stranger on the Third Floor (1940). Enjoy! Email email@example.com.
35 minutes | May 19, 2017
CLASSIC EPISODE: Detour (1945)
Another episode from the "classic" files, all about Edgar G. Ulmer's Detour from 1945. Expect a brand new episode to drop later next week. If you've seen Detour and loved it, let us know! Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
59 minutes | Apr 27, 2017
Episode 15: Flaxy Martin (1949)
Featuring my favorite noir character actor, Zachery Scott, Flaxy Martin is a fun little film with noir swagger. Have you seen Flaxy Martin? What did you think? Tell us! Email email@example.com.
71 minutes | Apr 20, 2017
Episode 14: On Dangerous Ground (1951)
On Dangerous Ground is a multi-layered "redemptive noir," played with expert precision by Ida Lupino and noir favorite Robert Ryan. Vicky and I have plenty to say about the movie's theme, tone, story, and the wonderful performances. What do you think about On Dangerous Ground? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
51 minutes | Apr 13, 2017
Episode 13: The Devil Thumbs A Ride (1947)
A somewhat elusive film, The Devil Thumbs A Ride is lean, mean, and something of a surprise for us. Vicky and I talk about the story, its characters, and its reputation as a rarely seen noir relic. Now we want to know what YOU think! Email email@example.com.
33 minutes | Apr 12, 2017
CLASSIC EPISODE: Body and Soul (1947)
This is another "classic episode," from the original podcast in 2013. This was my very first podcast and even though I wrote everything I said, I think it's a good episode. Featuring the classic boxing noir, Body and Soul. The audio is a little rough-sounding...I was using a cheap mic. If you've already heard this one, a new episode is coming later this week! Comments? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
77 minutes | Apr 7, 2017
Episode 12: Criss Cross (1949)
Criss Cross is probably the first "essential" noir that we've covered on the show. And so, we naturally have a lot to say. Stick around for the end of the show for a special musical surprise! Comments? Email email@example.com.
39 minutes | Mar 30, 2017
Episode 11: Naked Alibi (1954)
This week, Vicky and I discuss the seldom seen, cop and border town noir, Naked Alibi. This is a fairly straight-forward movie, with the major attractions being the pairing of Gloria Grahame and Sterling Hayden. Thoughts? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
22 minutes | Mar 28, 2017
CLASSIC EPISODE: He Walked By Night (1948)
This "classic episode" of the show is from 2013, my first attempt hosting a podcast. The audio is rough, the mic I used was extremely cheap. But I feel the content is still good. If you've already heard this one, a new episode is coming up later this week! Thanks for listening! Contact me: email@example.com.
44 minutes | Mar 24, 2017
Episode 10: Moonrise (1948)
This week, Vicky and Steve discuss Frank Borzage's 1948, often overlooked film noir, Moonrise. Hear why we think it's not only a classic in the genre, but also an essential film that deserves to be discovered!
15 minutes | Mar 16, 2017
Side Street - Episode 1
In this supplemental podcast, Steve talks about Orson Welles and Criterion's upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release of They Live By Night.
46 minutes | Mar 15, 2017
Episode 9: The Whistler (1944)
Confessions from the Dark City returns to your podcast feed! This week, Steve and his guest discuss William Castle 1944 film, The Whistler.
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