Tuesday, May 28, 2013

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

In Your Hands
Below, today's set of reviews and citations of audiovisual works and related matter, with the posts at the links... as always, thanks to all the contributors and to all you readers for your participation. And, as usually, there are likely to be additions to this list over the course of the day, and if I've missed your, or someone else's, post, please let me know in comments...thanks again.This week, and while it's close, it's interesting that perhaps our least overlooked item is a stage play...

Borgen
Bill Crider: Steamboat 'Round the Bend  ...trailer

Brian Arnold: The Original VJs of Classic MTV

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Dan Stumpf: Crime without Passion

Ed Gorman: TCM on The Prowler; Cannes's worst posters

Ed Lynskey: Acts of Violence (1948 film)

Allee Willis and Toni Basil
Elizabeth Foxwell: The Star and the Story pilot: "Dark Stranger"

Elizabeth Grace Foley: The Magnificent Ambersons

Evan Lewis: The Shadow (unaired tv pilot)

George Kelley: Borgen

Iba Dawson: The 2013 Columbia University Film Festival

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Naked City (tv); Ripchord and more...

Jackie Kashian: Allee Willis (composer and Detroit benefactor)

Jacqueline T. Lynch: You Are Here (and lectures)

Jake Hinkson: Top of the Lake

James Reasoner: Catlow

Jerry House: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916)

Kliph Nesteroff: Tomorrow: Sterling Hayden interviewed by Tom Snyder
The Palm Beach Story

Laura: Run Silent, Run Deep

Lucy Brown: Scott & Bailey, series/season three

Martin Edwards: The Mousetrap

Michael Shonk: The Manhunter (1974 tv)

Mystery Dave: The Sea Hawk

Patti Abbott: The Palm Beach Story

Prashant Trikannad: 35 Underrated Actors

Randy Johsnon: The Crowd Roars;  The Bounty Killer (aka El precio de un hombre)

Rick: The Long Hot Summer (1964 tv)

Two Rode Together
Rod Lott: The Frozen Ghost; Game of Death (2000 film)

Ron Scheer: Two Rode Together

Scott Cupp: Iron Sky; Orlando

Sergio Angelini: In Your Hands (aka Contre toi)

Stacia Jones: What Maisie Knew

Steve Badger: Anthony Mann

Television Obscurities: Accidental Family

This American Wife: Joel Hodgson; Peter Mehlman
Orlando


Todd Mason: The Fred Allen memorial episode of What's My Line?, with Toshiko Akiyoshi and Cyd Charisse

12 comments:

Randy Johnson said...

Ed lynskey has an ebtry.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks!

Elisabeth Grace Foley said...

Hi Todd - I've got one today: The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)

Todd Mason said...

Welcome back, Elizatheth!

George said...

And I finally got around to watching and reviewing BORGEN which you raved about months ago, Todd! Thanks for the recommendation! I'll be buying BORGEN SEASON 2 soon.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, George, and sorry I didn't check your blog...foolishness. Glad you liked BORGEN, still my default choice for best television political drama I've seen.

Phillyradiogeek said...

Mine is up and running!

http://meandyouandablognamedboo.blogspot.com/2013/05/tuesdays-overlooked-tv-classic-mtv.html

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, Brian...as with George, as you didn't have one last week, I forgot to check...

Phillyradiogeek said...

And I forgot to send it to you :)

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thansk Todd - and darn if that isn't a much better pic than I found to go with the review - cheers mate.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Thanks for the link up, Todd. Lists are fun but only so much.

Todd Mason said...

Sergio, it does sort of crystallize the dilemma...but is she lying on an autopsy table or something of the sort?

Prashant, lists only take you so far, but they do help start discussions...

Thank you, gentlemen.