Here you’ll find reviews, articles and blogathons dedicated to Film Noir.
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John Fleming’s blog: human interest, humour, humor, comedy blog featuring eccentricity, performance, movies and occasionally a few tears
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This website is a tribute that I dedicate, with great love, to the majestic world of classic movies.
Two Film Buffs Are Better Than One
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Scunner - Scots word meaning disappointed, fed up, world-weary, or a scoundrel.
A great place for talking about movies!
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beautiful things and a happy outlook on life
Make Your Fandom Your Own
Searching for truth in popular entertainment.
Updates for the Rod Taylor Site
for fans of the great Basil Rathbone
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In search of Anne Brontë and her family
A continuation of moviemovieblogblog.wordpress.com...More of my thoughts on movies and pop culture
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Reviews, rants and film theory. You wanna be a blog like me?
Articles, essays and reviews on all things related to James Bond 007
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Where we're always ready for our close-up.
A personal appreciation of some of the movies that I love
exploits in cinematic shenanigans
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VHS Revival: A Retro Movie Magazine
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What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
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Comments on various movies from silent movies up through movies from the sixties
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Movie reviews, security stories, poems, books, song lyrics, music life
Your Home for Vintage Leisure
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by John Bengtson "the great detective of silent film locations" New York Times