detective movies

Dog’s Movie House: “The Pale Blue Eye” Elevated By Christian Bale’s Performance!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at Netflix’s latest, an adaptation of of Louis Bayard’s novel “A Pale Blue Eye.” It’s a twisty detective thriller set during the winter of 1830 at West Point. The murder of a young cadet has the West Point Administration sending for retired detective Augustus Landor (Christian Bale) to solve the case before the suits in Washington use it as an excuse to shut the place down. Landor meets a young cadet named Edgar Allen Poe (Harry Melling). Yes, that Edgar Allen Poe, who’s bullied and is trying to find his place in the world but is smart as a whip. Enlisting the young Poe’s aid, Landor finds himself in the middle of a possible conspiracy involving black magic, revenge, and class warfare that puts both his and Poe’s life in danger.

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Dog’s Movie House: “Enola Holmes” Charming Addition To Doyle’s Detective Mythology!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog with a look at Netflix’s latest original film, a charming little film called “Enola Holmes” which tells the tale of the sixteen year-old sister of Sherlock Holmes. Gifted with the intelligence of her brothers, Enola’s first real case involves her trying to find her missing mother. Of course, her famous brother’s make an appearance, but this is Enola’s story, and what a captivating tale it is.

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