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Pulp Consumption: Chinatown

“Forget it Jake, it’s Chinatown.” Arguably one of the greatest noir films in existence, CHINATOWN exemplifies the best of the genre. Jake Gittes isn’t what anyone would consider to be a typical hero. He’s ex-police turned private eye, more interested … Continue reading

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Pulp Consumption: Fletch

We talk a lot about movies and tv shows here, and you might think we don’t read much pulp, but we do and are. Both Matt and I recently picked up a collection of Seabury Quinn’s Jules de Grandin stories … Continue reading

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Pulp Consumption: Hard Boiled

Okay, so HARD BOILED wasn’t my first exposure to John Woo’s style of film making[1], but if I have to name the one film of his I could not do without it is this, his swan song before he left … Continue reading

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Pulp Appeal: Pulp Fiction

Time to address the elephant in the room. It’s been quietly sitting in the corner for the last seven months, but today it is begging me for attention. Say the words “Pulp Fiction” to most adults in America and they … Continue reading

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