Not only has Beat to a Pulp published a terrific amount of short fiction, editor David Cramner and his motley crew (hi, Elaine!) have raised the pot by posting a short noir film this week instead of a story.
"One Good Turn" runs about six minutes. What happens when a jogger thinks he's being pursued by a serial killer? That's the story. When you get to the sucker-punch ending, you'll be glad you spent the six minutes watching. It proves that not only is black and white better than color, but that you can tell a really good story without any dialogue and let the pictures do all the talking.
(For some reason I am unable to post a link; cut copy and paste beattoapulp.com and let your browser take you there and click "weekly punch". You'll be very glad you did.)