Tuesday, August 6, 2013

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

"The Deep End"
Below, today's set of reviews and citations of audiovisual works and related matter (only two prominently featuring sharks...non-metaphorical ones, anyway), with the posts at the links...as always, thanks to all the contributors and to all you readers for your participation. As usual, 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...

Bill Crider: Kraft Suspense Theater (aka Suspense Theater aka Crisis): "The Deep End" (based on John D. MacDonald's The Drowner)

Brian Arnold: Blue Water, White Death

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Think Fast, Mr. Moto
Dan Stumpf: The Mad Doctor of Market Street

Dwayne Epstein: Lee Marvin (courtesy Bill Crider)

Ed Gorman: Walter Hill

Ed Lynskey: Shock

Elizabeth Foxwell: Went the Day Well? (based on "The Lieutenant Died Last" by Graham Greene)

Law & Order: UK
Evan Lewis: Think Fast, Mr. Moto

George Kelley: Law & Order UK

How Did This Get Made?: Jaws: the Revenge

Iba Dawson: Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: I Saw What You Did (1965)

Jackie Kashian: The K Ohle with Kurt Braunohler (which features Kashian this week)
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day


Jacqueline T. Lynch: The Valley Players and other famous actors in small-town summer stock

James Reasoner: Van Helsing

Jeff Flugel: Zane Grey Theater

Jerry House: The Terror (1938 film)

Kliph Nesteroff: Kraft Music Hall: Woody Allen, John Byner, Liza Minelli (1967); Frankie Man

The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd
Laura: Thunder on the Hill

Lucy Brown: The Big Street

Michael Shonk: South of Sunset 

Mystery Dave: Big Night

Patti Abbott: The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd

Paul Shirey: The Frighteners

Pearce Duncan: Flesh for Frankenstein (aka Andy Warhol's Frankenstein)
Flesh for Frankenstein


Randy Johnson: The Charge at Feather River; A Bullet For A Stranger (aka Gli fumavano le Colt…lo chiamvano Camposanto, Bullet For A Stranger, His Pistols Smoked…They Call Him Cemetery, and They Call Him Cemetery)

Rick: Susan George

Rod Lott: Hatchet for the Honeymoon (aka Il rosso segno della follia); The Witch Who Came from the Sea

Scott Cupp: The Twonky

Sergio Angelini: The [First] Great Train Robbery

Stacia Jones: Let's Kill Uncle

Steve Lewis: The Ghost Train

6 comments:

Jerry House said...

I've heard that today might be a special day for you, Todd. If so, enjoy!

Todd Mason said...

Why, thanks, Jerry. Every Links-list Day is special, of course...(yes, I amuse myself).

C.K.Walter said...

Hi! Thanks for posting to Jeff Flugel and my site, The Wild Country! It's a really fun thing!

I enjoy your site quite a bit...I'm a blog hopper. :)

Clayton
http://claytonology.weebly.com/films.html

Todd Mason said...

Not a problem, Clayton...thanks for providing a home for the review, there. Glad you like this one on the bounce.

Kelly Robinson said...

Man, I need a film blog.

Todd Mason said...

Literary adaptations, for film, tv, radio or the stage, might easily fit on something called BOOK DIRT...