Flawed in more ways than one, but the atmospheric images, touches of surrealism and the general delicious B-noir mood made this an entertaining watch. Didn't particularly like Kelley's acting (I haven't seen Star Trek, so I have no idea what his later roles were like) nor the plot, but otherwise not that bad.
Cheapie film noir about a guy who dreams he commits a murder and wakes up to find evidence that maybe he did. Acting, script, direction all pretty dreadful. Mostly interesting for surreal touches by way of Spellbound-era Hitchcock, and because it was the film debut of DeForest Kelley (Bones from Star Trek). At 71 minutes, though, it's relatively painless.