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  1. I have searched and searched for this online, but to no avail. I saw this movie as a child and it scared the daylights out of me. It was in black & white, and I'm guessing from the '40s or '50s (possibly very early '60s). As best I can remember, a young woman comes back to a house where she witnessed the murder of a family (while she hid under the bed in the attic?). She can't remember what she saw then but freaks out every time she goes upstairs to the attic and sees a white curtain blowing in front of the window. I think she's now engaged to the only remaining son of the family, and at o
  2. (Congrats US Senator Jones of Alabama I wrote this yesterday!) editor@free-times.com Today at 0:07 Dear Editor: This letter is in reference to Judge Roy Moore and as far as I know and have researched 8 women have come forward with allegations that Judge Roy Moore, Republican candidate for the Senate in Alabama sexually assaulted them including other questionable behaviors. Still Judge Moore continues to deflect and brush-off all his accusers.Even as he remains in a statistical tie with Democrat Doug Jones, Ameri
  3. I watched this movie on TCM some time ago , A man goes to see a woman I think he is a detective possibly when he gets there she is in a altercation and he tries to help and she stabs the man with scissors. They decide to take the body to the woods , he the body is discovered, at the end you think he is killing himself but he wakes up in a chair at the lounge bar he had a drink at. anyone know this movie? I remember them saying at the time it was law that if you commit a crime they have to be sentenced or a dream or something.
  4. This is very vague, but I remember seeing a bit of a movie a long time ago, and I have no idea what it was... I remember that there was a murder and the body was dumped in some kind of construction area and ended up being covered in cement. I think someone witnessed this happening through a window. It was definitely a black and white movie. I've tried googling it and I've never come up with anything. Any ideas? (Also, for some reason, I was convinced Jimmy Stewart was in it and played a lawyer, but I may be mixing that up with some other movie.)
  5. Saw this last night, and I have to say it's really interesting to watch these films while working on this course because I think our senses are more keen to listen, look, and find things that maybe otherwise we wouldn't listen to or look at. Overall, I thought it was a pretty good film, with a twisted and dark little story. Performances from Tom Neal and Ann Savage were good, although she felt a bit more forced. Neal was more natural, but they still worked pretty well off each other. Great use of light, shadows, and music, and a fine direction by Ulmer to keep the mood. Enjoyed it a lo
  6. Made in 1941 by Columbia Pictures and remade very poorly in 1969 by the same this has everything, comedy, crime, drama and psychological thriller, This is Ida Lupino at her best. Her career spanned from 1931 to 1978 as a actress 105 credits, director 41 credits, writer 8 and producer 2. If not a cult classic then it's an essential.
  7. Hi everyone! I have been trying to figure out the name of this movie for almost two years now, it was AMAZING and for the life of me cannot figure it out! I have a few basic details but everytime i search i come up empty handed so I figured why not go to TCM. Well, here it goes! Basically the movie surrounds a young girl who moves to New York to become an actress . She meets a man on a balcony during a party and they have a conversation on what they do as a career, he's an artist. jumping ahead the girl ends up working as a secretary for a gentleman who lives in the building in which t
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