Category Archives: Samuel Fuller

The Burglar and unbearable anxiety of late film noir

What I love about the canon of cinema known as film noir is just when you think you’ve seen the all important films, along comes something and blows you away. Thus was the case recently when I watched the 1957 … Continue reading

Mr Fuller goes to Tokyo

Sam Fuller’s 1955 movie House of Bamboo isn’t one of the greatest film noirs ever made but it’s in there for one of the most interesting, and despite its flaws I have found myself watching it over again. All the elements … Continue reading