The Lake Update for December 2015

Another year is soon to pass us by and we just celebrated the fourth year of Journeys in Classic Film. As Christmas and the end of the year rolls around I’ll be publishing several past 25 Days of Christmas posts.


Shadow on the Wall (1950)

With noir becoming a more pervasive genre as the decade would go on, directors and screenwriters had to become more creative. You can’t just rely on chiaroscuro lighting and male antiheroes for everything. I find that the lower-key types of noirs often are the most memorable, since they aren’t concerned with focusing on grandiose murder…