How to Make a Great Detective Movie

How to Make a Great Detective Movie
The earliest cinematic detective is said to be 1900’s Sherlock Holmes Baffled, a minute-long case in which Conan-Doyle’s perrennial is up against a disappearing robber. You can see the short film here, and brief though it is – this is where it all began.

In the one and a fifth centuries since, cinema has seen its fair share of celluloid sleuths. It is an evergreen concept, one which can adapt to many genres. Today sees the release of Adam Brody’s The Kid Detective, a wonderful comedy noir in which a once-celebrated young detective is hired for his first case as an adult by a desperate woman hoping to solve a mystifying crime. Brody is great in the film, and we had the chance to sit down with the actor to talk about the film.

The Kid Detective is Available to Rent on Digital today.

To celebrate the release, Alasdair
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