Wednesday, June 6, 2012

more new links, including a Bradbury biofilm: Tuesday's Overlooked Films And/Or Other A/V: the links

Thanks as always to those who have written the reviews and citations below, and to you readers; as frequently, we'll probably have some late entries to add over the course of the day. Please let me know in comments if I've missed your or someone else's Overlooked presentation...

Bill Crider: Fandango (1985) [trailer]

Brian Arnold: Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con 2012; D.A.R.Y.L.

Damien Broderick: The transit of Venus

Dan Stumpf: Bolero (1934)

Ed Gorman: Derailed; Family Plot

Evan Lewis: The Sea Hawk (1924)

George Kelley: Wild Target

Iba Dawson: Things to Look Out For in June; Quizzing the Readers About the Overlooked

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Stella Maris

Jack Seabrook: Robert Bloch on Television: "The Second Wife" (The Alfred Hitchcock Hour)

James Reasoner: The Longest Day

Jeff Segal: Buffyfest at the Philadelphia Wizard World Convention

John Charles: Django; Django Strikes Again; 2011: The Year in Movies

Juri Nummelin: The Friends of Eddie Coyle

Michael Shonk: Dear Detective

Michael Stamm: Ray Bradbury: The Story of a Writer (1963 David Wolper production)

Patti Abbott: Obsession (1976)

Prashant Trikannad: Ruthless People

Randy Johnson: Gun Belt

Rod Lott: The Queens (1966)

Ron Scheer: Hearts of the West

Scott Cupp: Invasion of the Bee Girls

Sergio Angelini: Dangerous Crossing (1953)

Stacia Jones: Secrets (1933)

Yvette Banek: Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

"Zybhan": Harper's Island


Yvette said...

Okay, Todd, I'm up and running. Boy, you were early today. Such industry. :)

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks Todd for doing this for us - my surname went a little off in your listing, but you know what? not feeling like much a lion today though, more of a little angel perhaps, but thanks for the encouragement all the same!

Todd Mason said...

Such are the wages of haste, rather than industry, folks! Sorry, Sergio. But think of the residuals you are owed for all those films!

Phillyradiogeek said...

Hey, that's a handsome looking family in that Batmobile there! :)

Here (a day late and a dollar short) is my official entry this week:

Todd Mason said...

Wait...I'm supposed to get dollars for these?

Cute kids, not yet embarrassed by dad...much! (My theoretical kids are very grateful that they aren't actual.)

iluvcinema said...

Thanks again for putting this together. So sad to hear the news about Ray Bradbury. Truly an imaginative mind …