Tuesday, January 8, 2013

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

Nothing Personal
Thanks as always to all the contributors to the reviews and citations linked to below, and to all you readers; as usual, some additional links and posts are likely to be added over the course of the day, and if I've overlooked your or someone else's post, please feel free to let me know in comments...thanks again.


Bill Crider: Some Came Running [trailer]

Brian Arnold: Gun (1997 television)

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Dan Stumpf: The Outcasts of Poker Flat (RKO 1937; Fox 1952)
He Walked by Night

Ed Gorman (and Michael Hann): villains

Eddie Deezen: Love Me Tender

Elizabeth Foxwell: He Walked by Night: James Caan on Naked City

Evan Lewis: The Roaring Twenties

George Kelley: The Complete Thin Man

How Did This Get Made?: Anaconda

Iba Dawson: Made for Each Other (1939)

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Coming Distractions

Jackie Kashian: Bill Dwyer on Huell Howser, It's a Wonderful Life, and golf films

Safety Not Guaranteed
James Reasoner: Safety Not Guaranteed

Jeff Flugel: The Late Show

Jerry House: The Painted Stallion

John Charles: A Separation and the other Films of 2012

Juri Nummelin: Tough Guys Don't Dance
Ride Clear of Diablo

Kate Laity: a dissent on (the very Unoverlooked) Skyfall

Laura: Ride Clear of Diablo

Lucy Brown: The Trouble with Angels

Marty McKee: 346 Movies

Mary Lynn Rajskub: Jackie Kashian

Michael Shonk: Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

A Separation
Patti Abbott: My (More Obscure) Best of the Year's TV, Films, Short-Story- and Novel-Reading

Prashant Trikannad:  Commando and Taken; Batman films

Randy Johnson: Forty Guns

Rick: The Happiest Millionaire
The Footloose Heiress

Rod Lott: The Spider Woman

Ron Scheer: The Deadly Companions

Scott Cupp: Near Dark

Sergio Angelini: Hickey and Boggs

Stacia Jones: The Footloose Heiress

Stephen Bowie: Wagon Train (and Revue Studios' credits policies)

Todd Mason: Nothing Personal (2009 feature film); more podcasts; stagings of dance to The Rite of Spring

Yvette Banek: Car 54, Where Are You?;  A Tragedy at Midnight

7 comments:

Yvette said...

I posted a film, Todd. I'm back. It's a new year. Please pick up the link when you have a moment. :)

Yvette said...

Thanks!!

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, many thanks for the link to the BATMAN post and the not-so-surprising inclusion of the other two movies.

Juri Nummelin said...

Just posting my post.

Todd Mason said...

Excellent, folks, and thanks...and, indeed, happy new year greetings in this forum, Yvette.

Jeff Flugel said...

Hiya, Todd!

Here's one that should fit in there, if you got room:

http://thestalkingmoon.weebly.com/5/post/2012/12/the-late-show-1977.html

Thanks again!

Todd Mason said...

That's right, I did say I'd slip yours in (again) this week, after how late it came in last week...OK!