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The Adventures of Tintin (2011) Movie Review
Young, intrepid reporter Tintin must find all the clues to the riddle of the 'Unicorn'. Can Tintin, his dog Snowy and the old sea-dog, Captain Haddock, solve the mystery, when the evil Sakharine will stop at nothing to prevent them?

The Bad Seed
A little boy is killed on a school picnic. Perhaps it was an accident, or perhaps eight year old Rhoda had something to do with the tragedy. In this horror drama mystery from 1956, Rhoda’s mother must find out the truth about her daughter, and also about her own nightmare memories.

The Best Classic Mysteries
Classic mystery movies are a joy to watch. They stand the test of time and prove that good acting and good story telling are what really make a movie. Here I offer a selection of my own favourite classic mysteries. Perhaps some of your favourites are here too.

The Blue Gardenia
Norah spends an evening with a man she barely knows. Next day she learns her date has been found murdered. Is Norah guilty? If only she could remember. Anne Baxter stars in a noir crime mystery from 1953.

The Game
Nicholas Van Orton is a wealthy man, but lives a lonely life, estranged from family and friends. A birthday gift appears to offer a diversion, but then threatens his sanity and his life. Michael Douglas and Sean Penn star in this 1997 mystery thriller.

The Hitchcock Collection DVD Review
The latest addition to my mystery movie DVD library, The Hitchcock Collection brings together nine of the directors earlier movies, both well known titles and some - almost - lost treasures. With bonus features too, this is must-have for fans of the Master of Suspense.

The Hollywood Mom's Mystery
This made-for-television movie is a light-hearted mystery starring Justine Bateman, Andrew McCarthy and Elizabeth Pena. Hollywood mom Lucy Freers must turn amateur sleuth to solve the mystery of the murdered neighbour who is floating in her swimming pool.

The House on Telegraph Hill
This noir mystery thriller of 1951 stars husband and wife Richard Basehart and Valentina Cortese. Karin has survived a concentration camp and come to America, but she has a secret to keep. And very soon she fears that others are not what they appear to be. Is her new life in danger?

The Unguarded Moment
Teacher Lois Conway receives some disturbing anonymous notes. Is it a foolish schoolboy’s prank, or something more sinister? Swimming star Esther Williams makes her dramatic acting debut in this 1956 mystery thriller with strong hints of noir.

The Woman in White
In Victorian England a newly appointed drawing teacher meets a strange young woman, dressed all in white, who begs him to tell no-one he has seen her. Mysteries abound at Limmeridge House in this classic mystery movie from 1948, based on the novel by Wilkie Collins.

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