Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: more new links

Butterfly on a Wheel
Hey, did I mention there's going to be a debate between the US presidential candidates of  four smaller parties tonight, starting just before 9p ET? I did? Good. Thought I did. Be there to see what the Greens, the Libertarians, the Constitution and the new (and relatively ad hoc) Justice Partisans might have to say that the large-party candidates didn't, last night or previously. 

As always, thanks to all contributors and to all you readers; a lot of lists for the season, this week. More links to reviews and citations of overlooked items are likely to be added later throughout the dayl..but here's what I've seen so far (please feel free to let me know what I've overlooked in comments):

Bill Crider: The Endless Summer  [trailer]
Made in Jersey (actually Jersey, the island, it turns out...) 

Brent McKee: Animal Practice;  Made in Jersey

Brian Arnold: Tricks and treats in a/v and trailers for Hallowe'en;  The Midnight Hour

Ed Gorman: Dark Night of the Scarecrow; 
Get a Life; horror film v. suspense film

George Kelley: Copper;  Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection

Evan Lewis: 1930s/40s/50s minor horror and suspense film posters

Iba Dawson: The Uninvited (1944)

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Amazonian perfidy and divers notes

John Charles: The Magic Serpent (aka Kairyu daikessen)

Jackie Kashian: Sue Costello

James Reasoner: Pirate Radio

Jerry House: Renfrew of the Royal Mounted

Michael Shonk: Dirk Gently

Neer: Butterfly on a Wheel (aka Shattered)

Patti Abbott: The Bob Cummings Show (aka Love That Bob)

Randy Johnson: Viva Django (aka Preparati la Bara!); Red Dust

Richard Pangburn: Time after Time
Gun the Man Down

Rick: House of Dark Shadows

Rod Lott: Beyond the Door Reel Terror by David Konow

Ron Scheer: Gun the Man Down

Scott Cupp: Dolan's CadillacThe Wild World of Batwoman

The Last Page
Sergio Angelini: The Last Page (aka Man Bait)

Stacia Jones: Bell, Book, and Candle and quite a bit more Hallowe'en cheesecake and H'wood costumery

Todd Mason: "third-party" presidential candidates debate Tonight (9pm ET/6pm PT); Link TV merges with KCET (Los Angeles); some podcasts to catch, with seasonal relevance (psychic investigator comedy in Beyond Belief ; and Guillermo del Toro and Joel Hodgson);  13 Horror, 13 Suspense, and 13 Surrealist, SF, or Fantasy Films Resembling Horror and Suspense Films You Probably Should See 

Yvette Banek: Evidence of Blood


Randy Johnson said...

Got one posted, RED SUN, this morning.

Jeff Flugel said...

Hiya Todd! Got another Halloween themed one for you:



Todd Mason said...

Thanks, guys. Included.

Phillyradiogeek said...

Hi Todd. I have a brand new post ready to go!


Todd Mason said...

Gotcha. Though I had an odd lockup while trying to load your page, Brian.

Richard L. Pangburn said...

Well, I've got one too this week.

Time After Time


It's not forgotten by anyone who has seen it. David Warner is excellent. Mary Steenburgen was never better.

Todd Mason said...

Though Steenburgen is usually quite good. And none of these films and other a/v are Forgotten, as it turns out...though I'd say most are more Overlooked than they should be...

Phillyradiogeek said...

Thanks for letting me know about the page. I probably post too many YouTube embeds than is healthy for most computers.

Todd Mason said...

Same here. But this was probably a temporary glitch on my end.

Yvette said...

My film is posted, Todd. Working on my Halloween Movie List. Probably the same films will be on it as last year, but still it's a fun post to work on. :)

Todd Mason said...

Rituals are what we make of them, and the familiar can be reassuring, certainly...this telefilm sounds familiar, but I don't think I've seen it...(the plot to another something or other...)

Yvette said...

Todd, the title of my film is EVIDENCE OF BLOOD.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, Yvette, and sorry about that...I think I managed in haste to conflate the title with the phrase "proof of life"...