Noirvember Review: Nicholas Ray’s ‘On Dangerous Ground’

Early in Nicholas Ray’s career, he almost exclusively directed film noir. While some of his early efforts are true classics, particularly In A Lonely Place (1950), there’s a case to be made that On Dangerous Ground (1951) is the first true “Nick Ray movie.” It’s a film about two troubled characters who shouldn’t even be… Read More Noirvember Review: Nicholas Ray’s ‘On Dangerous Ground’

Warner Archive Review: The Robert Montgomery Collection

In 2011, Warner Archive finally gave us a box set of Robert Montgomery MGM films. Titled The Robert Montgomery Collection, the four-disc set includes eight films, all of which run under 90 minutes. The collection isn’t exactly career-spanning, but it provides a fun look at Montgomery’s career at MGM and mostly works as a lost… Read More Warner Archive Review: The Robert Montgomery Collection