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Nate Rufus Edelman’s ‘Desert Rats’: As Real As It Gets

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "It's at that point where you have something great and not mediocre or terrible." Playwright and founding member of The Temblors, Nate Rufus Edelman speaks about his upcoming work Desert Rats, which opens... Continue Reading →

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HFF18 ‘Jack Benny (A Menage En Train)’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey It’s Bertolt Benny time at Three Clubs on a hard-hittin’ noirish train ride into poetic surrealism. Twice. Padua Playwrights' Jack Benny (A Menage En Train) was preceded on preview night by a brief explanation by creators Juli Crockett,... Continue Reading →

Film Review: ‘Los Angeles Overnight’

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Los Angeles Overnight is a pseudo-noir film about a young actress and what she's willing to do to succeed, the title clearly a reference to the myth of "overnight success." It follows in the footsteps of... Continue Reading →

Arena Cinelounge Explores Forgotten Femme Noir With ‘Dynamic Dames’

Dreams twisted into nightmares! Love turned to hate! Passion simmering into violence! Join Arena Cinelounge as they shine a spotlight on the forgotten underworld of 'femme noir' with Dynamic Dames, a series of screenings featuring fascinating wonder women of the... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF16 Reviews: Angel’s Flight

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "Someone to watch over me..." The sexiest surprise this year at Hollywood Fringe filled the Three Clubs on Vine with the worst campy one-liners of all time, goofy gags, a ridiculous premise, smokin'... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF16 Reviews: Broadway Noir

Reviewed by Benjamin Schwartz Here’s lookin’ at you, film noir lovers. A hip, new musical called Broadway Noir is shakin’ up the joint with its catchy pop score and irresistible punchy dialogue. Placing this musical in Three Clubs is a... Continue Reading →

8MM: Rapture at the Viper Room

We dropped the camera. Ok, maybe not dropped but definitely fumbled. So it was a toss up as to which Android or iPhone myself and my photographer were going to use. But honestly, it didn't matter. Nobody really hit The... Continue Reading →

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