Guild Cinema continues its much-anticipated annual offering of classic private eye, cop, gangster, femme fatale and fatal shooting-filled movies. As always, each day shines the spotlight on a cool double-feature. On Friday, July 22, Dustin Hoffman and Gene Hackman get down with gritty '70s film noir in 1978's Straight Time and 1975's Night Moves. July 23 and 24, we get Otto Preminger's classic murder mystery Laura and the 1956 grifter flick Death of a Scoundrel starring doomed actor George Sanders. July 25 through 26 brings David Mamet's twisty 1987 noir House of Games and Joseph Losey's 1954 psycho-thriller The Sleeping Tiger. July 27 and 28 closes out the festival with a double dose of murderous couples—the infamous 1970 flick The Honeymoon Killers and the 1968 crazytown drama Pretty Poison starring Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld.