Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Wednesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: day's delay edition with new links

A Chinese Ghost Story (2011)
Below, the (with apologies, delayed) links to this week's reviews and citations; As always, please let me know in comments when I've missed yours or someone else's...and, as always, thanks to all our contributors and to you readers...a few more might be added over the course of the day.

Anne Billson: Black Death

Bill Crider: Cold in July [trailer]

Brian Arnold: Captain America serial plus intermissions

B.V. Lawson: Media Murder

Charlie Ricci: Don't Touch My Records!

David Vineyard: The Curse of the Midas Cup

Ed Gorman: Derailed

Ed Lynskey: Chef (the recent film)

Elizabeth Foxwell: David Goodis...To a Pulp 

Evan Lewis: The Terror of Tiny Town

Fred Blosser: Viva Sabata!

George Kelley: Fading Gigolo; Gojira movies

Iba Dawson: Keep On Keepin' On; When the Garden Was Eden

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Johnny Guitar

Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: (and The CBS Radio Mystery Theater): "The Case of M.J.H." by Henry Slesar

Jackie Kashian: Julie Klausner

The Big Country
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Our Very Own

James Reasoner: Ace Drummond

Jason Bailey: 25 Underrated Films of 2000-2009

Jeff Flugel: The Big Country

Jerry House: The Case of the Frightened Lady; Lum and Abner: "The Pine Ridge Moving Picture Company"

John Charles: A Chinese Ghost Story (2011)

John Grant: Engagement; Douce Violence; Conflicted

Jonathan Lewis: The Heroes of Telemark; The Twilight Zone: "No Time Like the Past"; The Lineup (the film)

Laura: After Office Hours; They Were Expendable

Lucy Brown: Double Dynamite

Martin Edwards: Quirke; library events

Marshall Trimble: Tom Horn

Marty McKee: Hotline; Expect No Mercy

Mystery Dave: Roman Holiday

Patti Abbott: Kind Hearts and Coronets

Philip Schweier: Metropolis; John Ford's Cavalry Trilogy

Prashant Trikannad: Abwärts (aka Out of Order)

Randy Johnson: Cloudburst; 32 Caliber Killer (aka Killer Calibro 32)

Rick: Letters in movies; My Cousin Rachel

Rod Lott: Sightseers

Ron Scheer: Raw Edge

Sergio Angelini: Hammer Films

Stacia Jones: We Are the Best!; The Biggest Bundle of Them All

Stephen Bowie: Mannix

William Deeck: Dangerous Partners

Yvette Banek: Five Films That Should Be Available: Truly Madly Deeply; Five Came Back; Making Mr. RightThe Wrong BoxThe Blue Lagoon (1949)

7 comments:

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

At your own time and convenience, Todd.

Yvette said...

No problem, kiddo. As Prashant says: at your own time and convenience. Don't worry about it. We'll be here.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, folks!

noirencyclopedia said...

I just assumed you were late because of Memorial Day! It's so good of you to provide these useful compilations that there's really no need for the apology.

please let me know in comments when I've missed yours

This week I've covered Convicted (1931), Douce Violence (1962) and Engagement (2012) at http://noirencyclopedia.wordpress.com/

Todd Mason said...

Noted and added! Thanks. Not sure what gremlin led to my missing yours this morning.

Jim C. said...

Thanks for picking up my Herbie Mann post!

Todd Mason said...

Thanks for posting it, Jim!--it's part of the monthly Underappreciated Music links-list which follows this one (which is the weekly Overlooked A/V)...