Showing posts with label IFC. Show all posts
Showing posts with label IFC. Show all posts

Friday, June 19, 2009

"Killer's Kiss" at midnight

As V.A. Musetto wrote in the Post yesterday: Stanley Kubrick was an upstart kid from The Bronx when, in 1955, he borrowed $40,000 from an uncle and directed, wrote, edited and photographed a movie thriller called "Killer's Kiss."

This is an EV Grieve favorite, and it's playing this weekend at midnight at the IFC.

The description alone!

An ex-boxer finds love in the arms of a Times Square taxi dancer, but her boss just won’t let them be. Strikingly shot on NYC locations, a film noir featuring several notable set pieces, including an unforgettable battle among mannequins.

Someone also chopped it into parts and placed it on YouTube.... Here's the first 10 minutes...