Double Indemnity (review)

In the wee hours of July 16, 1938, an insurance salesman Walter Neff sits down at a dictation machine in the offices of Pacific All-Risk in Los Angeles to record a confession. That guy Dietrichson, who died mysteriously? Neff killed him.

Christmas in Connecticut (1945) (review)

I’d never even heard of Christmas in Connecticut before I started putting together A Very Flick Filosopher Christmas, and I can’t imagine why that should be. This should be a holiday TV staple. Light and funny, it’s a great accompaniment for a present-wrapping session.