Excerpt: Abraham Polonsky's 1948 film noir, Force of Evil, is a masterwork of black-and-white cinematography, complete with memorable images of New York City streets and a tense shootout in the shadows of a darkened office. The visuals heighten the unease as John Garfield's Attorney Joe Morse involves himself in a number racket plan with a client and subsequently opens old wounds in a strained relationship with his older brother, played by Thomas Gomez.
Excerpt: 'Force of Evil' starring the great John Garfield is an outstanding film made only better by Olive Films' Blu-ray HD release. The picture looks immaculate and very sharp with only a few, tiny spots here and there that have specks/splotches pop up. The audio is great as well. Very well made noir that deserves to be in every classic film fan's collection! Buy this wonderful film on Blu!
Excerpt: Force of Evil has a prestigious place in the uniquely American art form called Film Noir. The film tells the story of two estranged brothers (Joe and Leo Morse) who are entangled in the daily numbers racket, one as a powerful lawyer, and the other as the owner/operator of a small bank.