Tuesday, August 21, 2012

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

As always, thanks to all the contributors to this week's selection of reviews and citations, and to you readers...while a number of contributors are either being repaired themselves or having equipment repairs done, there are likely to be at least a few additional items appearing over the course of the day.

Bill Crider: Serial Mom [trailer]

Ed Gorman: Detour; Edward G. Robinson

Elizabeth Foxwell: "The 5:48" (Alfred Hitchcock Presents:)

Evan Lewis: The Black Rose

George Kelley: Aliens v. Predators; Aliens v. Predators Requiem

Iba Dawson: The Truth About Cats & Dogs

Ivan G. Shreve: The High Chapparal (on Inspiration Channel); MeTV

James Reasoner: Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion

Jerry House: Theodore Sturgeon's "The Sky Was Full of Ships" as adapted for Tales of Tomorrow ("Verdict from Space") and Beyond Tomorrow ("Incident at Switchpath")...and in the original text (from Thrilling Wonder Stories sf magazine)

John Charles: Wham, Bam, Thank You, Spaceman

John F. Norris: Tiger Bay

Juri Nummelin: The Way You Wanted Me (aka Sellaisena kuin sinä minut halusit)

Kate Laity: The Hitch-Hiker (1953)

Mark Hand: Code Green

Max Allan Collins: Biff Elliot, the first Mike Hammer on screen

Michael Shonk: Star Trek (TOS) as crime drama

Patti Abbott: The Hedgehog

Randy Johnson: The Gorgeous Hussy

Ranylt Richildis: Ten (more or less) overlooked Canadian films

Robert Greenberger: The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan

Rod Lott: The Invisible Boy (1957)

Ron Scheer: Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here

Scott Cupp: Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959); Mars Needs Moms

Sergio Angelini: Running on Empty (1988)

Stacia Jones: Dreams of a Life and Inside Man


Todd Mason: Borgen and more of the political drama stripe

4 comments:

John said...

I have a contribution this week, Todd. I sent you an email about my post, but it probably got stuck in your spam file. I wrote about Tiger Bay (1959) .

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, John. I have several accounts, and usually check them after I've finished with the list...a comment usually works best. I'll add yours momentarily.

Phillyradiogeek said...

I'm afraid I'll see sitting this (and next) week out, as I'm swamped with work and other responsibilities wrapped around several mini-vacations I've had this month (with one more on the way this weekend). I'll be coming back with a vengeance after Labor Day, however. Thanks!

Todd Mason said...

Thank you, Brian! Never fear...