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"