Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: more links


Bill Crider: Boy on a Dolphin
Brian Arnold: Doctor Snuggles
Chuck Esola: Damnation Alley
Dan Stumpf: Terror in a Texas Town
Eric Peterson: Love and Other Catastrophes
Evan Lewis: The Kennel Murder Case
George Kelley: Cranford
Iba Dawson: Caged (1950)
Jack Seabrook: "Fredric Brown on TV (Part 9)"
James Reasoner: Top Cat
Jerry House: "Dancing on the Moon"
Juri Nummelin: The Adventures of the American Rabbit
K. A. Laity: The Cherry Orchard (2011); Jade Warrior
Michael Shonk: OSS 117: Le Caire, nid d’espions (aka OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies)
Randy Johnson: A Face in the Crowd
Ron Scheer: Peter Brown, western photographer
Scott Cupp: "Rex Steele, Nazi Smasher"
Scott Parker: The Mercury Men
Stephen Gallagher: Chimera (vs. more recent developments)
Todd Mason: Molly Brown's "Reflection of Love"
Walter Albert: The Meanest Gal in Town
Yvette Banek: The Long, Hot Summer


Related Matters:
Curb guest star Anne Bedian, Armenian-Canadian, playing the Palestinian-American Shara.




Ed Gorman: Curb Your Enthusiasm; Mariah Carey shenanigans; The Dark Tower
Jerry House: Supernatural and its hotel rooms
Lawrence Person: Hotel Torgo
Patti Abbott: Things I Have No Interest In
Yvette Banek: Raymond Chandler novels and their movies

6 comments:

Juri said...

Here's mine:

http://pulpetti.blogspot.com/2011/07/tuesdays-overlooked-film-adventures-of.html

K. A. Laity said...

I finally got around to a new film, Jade Warrior

Yvette said...

Lots of good titles today, Todd. A few films I've actually heard of. (Oh wait, maybe that's NOT the point of this whole exercise. Ha!) I'm off to comment asap.

Jerry House said...

Just up at my place: Max Fleischer's DANCING ON THE MOON.

Iren said...

Todd -- I'm glad that someone else recalls and likes the films I have been writing about. I have more forgotten 90s goodness in Aug, and maybe you'll recall them, and maybe you'll discover something of note.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, folks...and, indeed, Yvette, including your own. I wish I'd've had more time for thoughtful comment around the lists I've been cobbling together this week, and apologies to all slighted. Eric, your previous citations have definitely included films I'd overlooked or missed completely as well as such old great favorites as BANDITS and LOVE AND OTHER CATASTROPHES...