Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Tuesday's Overlooked Films And/Or Other A/V: the links


Thanks as always to the contributors here, and to you readers of these reviews and citations at the links below. And, as always, if I've missed yours or someone else's review this week, please let me know in comments. Thanks again!

Bill Crider: They Might Be Giants (credits theme/stills) (see Yvette Banek, below)

Brent McKee: Gang Busters (1952: television)

Brian Arnold: Krull; Davy Jones and The Monkees

Chuck Esola: Nothing Lasts Forever

Ed Gorman: Raquelle on The Dark Corner; Davy Jones

Evan Lewis: Overrestored: Guns Along the Trail aka Paradise Canyon

Frederik Pohl: Jack Robins/Rubinson's The Ivory Tower

George Kelley: Richard Goode in recital

Iba Dawson: Coco Avant Chanel

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr: "Millie, the Model" (Mayberry RFD); The Story of Temple Drake



Jack Seabrook: Robert Bloch on Television: "The Big Kick" (Alfred Hitchcock Presents:)

Jackie Kashian: Merrill Markoe

James Reasoner: The White Gorilla

Jerry House: Fear in the Night

John Charles: OSS 117

Juri Nummelin: trailer for Twilight of the Gods

Kate Laity: The Bedsitter; PCon and Mark E. Smith and H.P. Lovecraft

Mark Hand: Shale Gas Watchdog: Sharon Wilson Fills Void Left by Industry Lapdogs; Noam Chomsky on Occupy Protests

Michael Shonk: Hunter (1977)

Mickey Z.: Michael Moore is not a leftist… but he does play one on TV.

Mike Nevins (Francis M. Nevins): Mirage (1965)

Patti Abbott: Accident

Pearce Duncan: An American Werewolf in London (BBC Radio 1994) (Comments: Jeff Segal; Steve Hill; Mike Stamm; Todd Mason)

Prashant Trikannad: Scram!

Randy Johnson: Key Largo

Raquelle: Love is a Ball

Rod Lott: Tarzan and the Valley of Gold

Ron Scheer: Whispering Smith (1948)

Scott Cupp: Fantastic Voyage (1966)

Sergio Angelini: Stolen Face

Stacia Jones: The Phantom Creeps (cont'd.); March films to watch for

Steve Lewis: Partners of the Sunset; Jim Doherty's Top 10 PI Series

Todd Mason: Nobody Waved Goodbye; Solitary Man

Walker Martin: The Pulp Auction of the Century

Walter Albert: Passport to Suez

Yvette Banek: They Might Be Giants (see Bill Crider, above)

8 comments:

Yvette said...

My entry is posted, Todd. Thanks.

Todd Mason said...

And sets up one of our rare duplications! Thanks, Yvette.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Hi Todd! I have just posted my film review. Hope it's not too late. Thanks...

Todd Mason said...

Not at all, Prashant...thank you.

K. A. Laity said...

Oh, I love They Might Be Giants! Haven't seen it in a while but no excuse as I have the DVD (well, I had the DVD until I moved to Ireland. Hey, have you considered modifying your post settings so that the share buttons turn up? Much easier to share that way.

I'm going to steal the word verification for my new author name: "Thesolu Worpole" who surely writes thrillers.

Todd Mason said...

I hadn't...thanks for the suggestion...Thesolu. Blogger has been so thoughtful to shake things up for us that I hadn't been playing much with it.

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr. said...

Todd:

Thanks for using the R.F.D. write-up...I did plan an "Overlooked Film" post today, I was just late in getting it in:

http://thrillingdaysofyesteryear.blogspot.com/2012/03/from-sbbn-archives-story-of-temple.html

Thanks for the continued linkage, too!

Ivan

Todd Mason said...

Excellent. Now added. Oddly enough, one of the MYSTERY*FILE folks, possibly Steve Lewis himself, did TEMPLE DRAKE a few months back...if this weekly meme continues, we will tend to have a fair amount of multiple assessments, I suspect.