Tag Archives: Money Movers (1979)

Updates: Contrappasso, the noir issue, Garry Disher at the Melbourne Crime & Justice Festival

I’ve recently discoveredĀ Contrappasso, a great magazine of international writing and poetry edited by a bunch of folks in Sydney, including some one who has recently become a friend, Matthew Asprey Gear. Pulp Curry readers might be interested to know the … Continue reading

The heist always goes wrong, part 1: ten of the best heist movies ever made

I love a good heist film. I love the genius and intricacy of their plots and the variations they come in, whether it be the all star team assembled for a job or the desperate ex-cons trying for one last … Continue reading

Wish You Were Here

Wish You Were Hear sort of blind sided me. That doesn’t happen very often. Iā€™d been hearing about it for a while without actually putting all the pieces around it together: an Australian made suspense, partly shot in southern Cambodia, … Continue reading