Billy Wilder’s 1951 film noir masterpiece is an unforgiving satire of the American media and its audience.
With this prototypical film noir, Fritz Lang crafts a universe in which telling the difference between good and evil is no easy feat.
By Meg Shields
What’s black and white and full of subgenres?
By Madison Brek
Gene Hackman’s Harry Moseby is a character navigating the neo-noir landscape as a different kind of man.
John Boulting’s sinister adaptation examines the religious undertones of the film noir genre.