A while back, there was a thread that asked about what might make a good noir double feature. I'd like to resurrect this idea but add a few tweaks to it.
Here's how it works. You submit what you think would be a good double feature. But you have to work within certain constraints, with this basic principle in mind--that this pairing could have conceivably been released when the films in question originally hit theaters.
1. The double billing must have one "A" picture and one "B" picture. (For example, no Poverty Row pictures back-to-back.)
2. The films in question should be released in the same year, or at least within one to two years of each other. Anything outside of that becomes unrealistic as far as adhering to the original premise of the idea.
3. If possible, try to pair up films have some thematic connection to one another. (Example--two jailbreak films, two private detective films, etc.) This might not always work, but it could make for some great double features.
Once we get enough submissions, I'll try to set up a poll (like last years March Madness noir game), and we'll vote to determine the best double feature.