Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: more links
Youthquaking seems to be the not quite overwhelming accidental theme this week...given that I've just seen most of the inept Skidoo (which Chuck Esola, unfortunately absent this week due to even more unfortunate family matters, and best of luck to everyone, reviewed here), I can sympathize. As always, thanks to all the contributors and to you who are reading these...if you'd like to join in, please let me know in comments (and please don't be shy about leaving comments on the individual critiques/reports/citations!).
Allan Mott: Invasion of the Bee Girls
Bill Crider: The Young Rebels
Brian Arnold: 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee
Ed Gorman: The Many Loves of Dobie Gills
Evan Lewis: The Outlaw (1943)
George Kelley: The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection
Iba Dawson: Conversations with Other Women
James Reasoner: "Yak's Last Ride"
Mike Tooney: Perry Mason: "The Case of the Bogus Books" (1962)
Patti Abbott: Traverse City Film Festival 2011
Randy Johnson: The Mummy (1932) and its Universal sequels
Ron Scheer: Crossfire Trail
Scott Cupp: Jack the Giant Killer (1962)
Stephen Gallagher: A Hero's Journey (2011)
Steve Lewis: Dramatic School; Night of the Quarter Moon
Tise Vahimagi: Prime Time Suspects: Theater of Crime (UK)
Walter Albert: The Smiling Ghost
Yvette Banek: Love Field
Charlie Stella: The Rite, etc.
Michael Shonk: The Hour
Paul Bishop: Take the Money and Run (2011)
Yvette Banek: Happy Birthday, Alfred Hitchcock!