Links and Resources

Website of Eddie Muller, writer, historian and commentator on all things noir.   He is also president of the Film Noir Foundation.  Some really good commentaries about noir people.

Organization dedicated to the preservation of the genre’s film. You can check on their current efforts and the films being restored.

Website listing current events for film noir festivals and other news.  Check out the film noir merchandise

Walk with period dressed guides as a "gumshoe" through Old LA and Hollywood and visit places "where short beers were a nickel and things were what dreams are made of."   Black Dahlia, Downtown LA, Griffith Park, Hollywood Blvd., Noir Film and Ghost  Tours are offered.  Also western and noir location tour of  Lone Pine, Ca

Film noir forum and discussion board.

As the name suggest, Steve-O post a weekly in-depth review of a noir that includes a clip.  Links to previous reviews and other noir related information.

The most comprehensive information you will every find on the long running show.

The site of John and Stephanie Blaser takes a more academic look at the genre through a collection of essays and other information.  

Alan K. Rode is a writer, film historian and critic.  He is also the author of Charles McGraw - Biography of a Noir Tough Guy.   His website features his commentary and current happenings in the world of film noir.   Great photo section of actors at recent film noir festivals.


City Sleuth provides information on  San Francisco  locations used in films.   While he covers a broad spectrum of films the list includes some classic film noirs.  For those films the reach goes beyond San Francisco and the resulting “then and now” details will appeal to any noir fan.

Abundance of detailed information on films.  Film noir is well represented including a comprehensive list.

American Film Noir

Web retailer of authentic Hollywood entertainment memorabilia and collectibles.

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