Ah, when a gangster's attorney falls in love... A long-forgotten film noir, with Garfield as a corrupt mob lawyer intent on running the small-time numbers-runners of the city out of business so his client can pick up the pieces. Not a good guy in the bunch, and his role was so damaging it almost ended Garfield's career. A thinly-veiled outright damnation of capitalism and its merger-heavy practices. Heavy-handed but quite intriguing and poetic.
One of the great horror classics, House of Wax gives us the inimitable Vincent Price as the owner of the titular House of Wax and its gruesome Chamber of Horrors... only how does he get his subjects to look so real? Originally in 3D, this is still a lot of fun in regular old 2D at home. Plus it's low-budget antics are surprisingly effective, creating a truly memorable film.