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Tinseltown Rewind: 20 Years Since ‘L.A. Confidential’

It’s been twenty years since the premiere of ‘L.A. Confidential.’ Here’s how and why the movie still stands up, two decades later.


April Smith Shares Her Favorite Works of Cold War Fiction

April Smith, author of Home Sweet Home, joins Signature to discuss her favorite works of Cold War fiction, from John le Carre to Frederick Forsyth.


Why It’s the Right Time for an Easy Rawlins Film Franchise

It’s a wonder Walter Mosley’s Easy Rawlins hasn’t found his way into a film franchise – but perhaps there’s been no better time than now.


70 Years of Sunshine Noir: A 5-Film Guide

Spring begs for sunshine noir and we’ve got the five must-watch movie adaptations in the genre.


Tough Guys and Daring Dames: 10 Essentials of 1950s Noir

The 1950s served as a great decade for noir cinema. Where to begin to watch the best? We’ve got you covered.


6 Movie-Ready Comics In Need of Immediate Adaptation

The world of movie-ready comics is vast – so here’s where we should go beyond Batman.