Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Tuesday's Overlooked Films And/Or Other A/V: at long last, the links

Terribly sorry about the long delay in getting the links out...a sudden minor crisis interrupted yesterday morning's links-listing, then work precluded finishing up till after hours...thanks to all the patient contributors of reviews and citations to this weekly effort, and to you readers as well.

Bill Crider: The Liquidator (1965) [the trailer]

Brian Arnold: Explorers (1985)

Dan Stumpf: Day of the Evil Gun

Ed Gorman: Crime Wave (1954) (aka The City Is Dark in the UK)

Evan Lewis: The Overindulged Knight: Batman (1989) and Batman Returns

George Kelley: Léon (aka Léon: The Professional; The Professional)

Iba Dawson: All Through the Night (1941/42)

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Checklist: Me-TV's summer schedule, DVDs and more...

Jack Seabrook: Robert Bloch on TV: "Off Season" (based on a story by Edward D. Hoch, directed by William Friedkin; the final episode of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour)

Jake Hinkson: Chicago Syndicate

James Reasoner: Battleground (1948)

Jeff Flugel: The Giant of Marathon (aka La battaglia di Maratona)

Jerry House: Inner Sanctum (1948 film...among other "Inner Sanctum" items)

John Charles: Komodo; Octopus (2000)

Marty McKee: Cyborg 2087; Dimension 5

Michael Shonk: Harry O: "Gertrude"

Mike Doran: Alias the Champ

Patti Abbott: "Bernice Bobs Her Hair" (The American Short Story series)

Paul Brazill: Out of the Gutter Online

Prashant Trikannad: Mind Your Language

Randy Johnson: Dirigible

Rod Lott: Hangman's Curse

Ron Scheer: Hack, season 1 (2002-03)

Scott Cupp: The Valley of Gwangi

Sergio Angelini: The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3 (1974)

Stacia Jones: The Large Association of Movie Blogs

Stephen Gallagher: How Do I Get My Script Read?

Todd Mason: New web-series: the brilliant "reality"-show parody Burning Love and the somewhat soapy but interesting Wigs

Walker Martin: Drive-In Theaters

"Zybahn": The 4400: "As Fate Would Have It"


Yvette said...

Having a problem with my blog, Todd. So unless a miracle occurs, no movie post today. Unless I post it all screwed up and hope someone can figure out what's wrong. But maybe not.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, I should have mine ready within an hour's time. I'm sorry about the delay. Thanks...

Jeff Flugel said...

Hello, Todd! I was wondering if I could join in to your great round-up of reviews this week, if there's room for one more. I posted today on the Steve Reeves peplum spectacular GIANT OF MARATHON (1959):



Todd Mason said...

Well, Yvette, as you can see, I'm barely getting back to it today. Prashant, no, let me apologize to you and everyone for the delays today...a little crisis at home and a whole lot of work to do led to rather a longer delay than I expected.

Jeff, certainly...thanks, and welcome. Usually, I have the links available all up and posted by 11a...

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, thanks for the links and I do hope you have got it all sorted out at your end.

Todd Mason said...

Closing in on it! Thanks again, Prashant.

Jeff Flugel said...


Thanks a bunch for adding my post to your list! Just got home from a late day at work; link just added on my end. Appreciate it!

michael said...

Thanks for taking the time to post these links. I hope yesterday had a happy ending.

Todd Mason said...

Jeff--not at all. Thanks for offering your review!

Michael--thanks...we'll see if all the little crises will work out OK, but at least most of the work got done. And, hey, an opportunity for a dubious-expression France Nuyen photo apparently looking at my blurb...