Art Lafleur would on most days, so let's make this the choice for tonight...
This is a lesser known - possibly even obscure - Bruce Campbell movie, directed by his Raimi days cohort Josh Becker. It's a crime drama in black and white, with Bruce released from prison and plunging directly into a heist - trying to rip off his corrupt former warden.
Here's what makes this movie pretty essential in my book (not counting everything I just said) - the movie takes place in real time - just like the show 24 - and it appears to be shot in one long continuous take. (It isn't - but the number of shots in the movie could certainly be counted on two hands - and maybe on one!)
I happen to enjoy "real time" movies (Nick of Time, The Sadist) - and 24 - and with the added bonus of a "one continuous shot" movie (like Hitchcock's Rope) this one is a very cool watch.
I know right where the DVD for this one is in the video vault, and I could lay hands on it in seconds - if you decided to come over to watch it with me - even tonight!
Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!