Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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

 And this amounts to a Part 2 of the Catching-Up posted first last week, here.

Below, the links to the reviews and citations of (usually) audio/visual work overlooked or underappreciated (though not always, and sometimes only potentially...and a few citations every week are Useful Warnings...)

Yvette Banek: Hold That Ghost!; Anatomy of a Murder; Manhattan Murder Mystery

Steve Lewis: A Dangerous Profession; A Yank in Libya

Stephen Gallagher: "Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination"

Stephen Bowie: Bad TV criticism in the NYT and Shonda Rhimes; Jerry McNeely; Stanley Chase

Stacia Jones: Stonehearst Asylum; The Lusty Men; Force Majeure 

Sergio Angelini: The Return of the Thin Man; The Dragon Murder Case; Lone Star and Elizabeth Peña; The Empty Beach; Partners in Crime

Rod Lott: The WNUF Hallowe'en Special

Ron Scheer: Mystery Road; Wanted: Dead or Alive; Gunsmoke (radio); The Legend of the Reno Brothers

Rick: House of Dark Shadows; The Mummy (1959 film); The Atomic City; Smoke Signal; 1950s: Cinema's Most Important Decade

Randy Johnson: The Amazing Transparent Man; Kill or Be Killed, aka Uccidi o muori; Arizona Colt Returns, aka Arizona si scatenò... e li fece fuori tutti!; Arizona ColtTwo Pistols and a Coward, aka Il pistolero segnato da Dio; Made for Each Other; The Relentless Four, aka I 4 inesorabil

Prashant Trikannad: Morgan Freeman; Diwali; The Claim (2000 film); The Quick and the Dead

Patti Abbott: Clean and Sober; movies you've been meaning to see; The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour; A Member of the Wedding; In the Mood for Love

Mystery Dave: Dracula Untold

Marty McKee: My Blood Runs Cold; The Beasts Are on the Streets

Martin Edwards: The Missing (BBC-TV); The Intruders (BBC-TV); Woman of Straw

Lucy Brown: The Lady Vanishes (1938 film); Swing Time

Laura: Boy Meets Girl; Outlaw Gold; Return of the Gunfighter; Rustlers; The Saint's Double Trouble

Kliph Nesteroff: Mason Williams on the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour days

Juri Nummelin: The Shining (1980 film)

Jose Cruz: Dark Fantasy (radio): four episodes

Jonathan Lewis: Waterfront; Drum Beat

John Grant: Down Three Dark Streets; Den Som Frykter Ulven, aka Cry in the Woods

Jerry House: The Stranger (1946 film); The Eddie Arnold Show (radio)

James Reasoner: Don't Open the Door!; Breakfast at Tiffany's

Jake Hinkson: The Shootist; Gun Street

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Quincy, M.E.: "Murder on Ice"

Jackie Kashian: Debra DiGiovanni

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Hollywood Time Machine; Betrayed (1944 film); Glorifying the American Girl; Dixiana

Iba Dawson: Maps to the Stars; friends and family pick scary films; Life of Riley (2014 film) 

George Kelley: Universal Classic Monsters (dvd box set)

Evan Lewis: Tricky Dicks

Elizabeth Foxwell: Shadows on the Stairs

Ed Lynskey: Blood on the Moon

Ed Gorman: Act of Violence

David Vineyard: The Ghost Breakers

Dan Stumpf: Outlaw

B. V. Lawson: Media Murder

Brian Arnold: The Haunted Castle (1896 film); "If a Body Meets a Body"; BJ and the Bear: "BJ and the Witch"

Bill Crider: Family Business [trailer]

Anne Billson: My top ten zombie moves; female buddy-cop movies: Rare Birds

10 comments:

Yvette said...

I'm still working on mine and will be very late, Todd. But thanks for including a couple of past posts.

If it gets too late, I'll hold it for next week.

Sorry, having one of those days.

Todd Mason said...

I've been having one of those months, Yvette, so I'm playing catch-up, while striving to keep up with other things as well...and this is the week (actually fortnight) of entirely too many things to do...some of which I'll miss.

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks as always Todd, you're a mensch! And lovely pic of the much missed Elizabeth Peña from "Jacob's Ladder"

Yvette said...

Hey Todd, I'm finally up and running. ANATOMY OF A MURDER is my pick for this week. Thanks, m'dear.

Todd Mason said...

Sergio, much too kind...thanks for your patience, and that of so many others.

Gotten, Yvette, thanks...I hope that one's not Too forgotten...

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, thanks very much for collating all the links including mine. Much appreciated.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks for writing the entries!

neer said...

Hi Todd

I didn't have time to review a forgotten book this week but here is a post that I did recently on 13 of my favourite books to get into the Halloween spirit. I am submitting it for this week's FFB.
http://inkquilletc.blogspot.in/2014/10/top-ten-3-tuesdays-books-to-get-in.html

Thanks

John said...

In case you missed me as you collect all the links for Friday's Forgotten Books here's my post I just published:

The Mask of Fu Manchu by Sax Rohmer

Thanks for subbing this week, Todd.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, folks.