Wednesday, June 17, 2015

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

This week's selections  (reviews and citations at the links below) of undeservedly (and a few deservedly) underappreciated audio/visual experiences...as always, thanks to all the contributors and you readers.

One of the more obscure sets of films and television so far, on balance...when La jetée one of the most famous of the films along with a couple of classic westerns, you know we're digging in...

Alan Fish: La maison des bois

Anne Billson: Scandinavian horror film

Bill Crider: The Black Arrow

Brian Arnold: "Super Mouse Rides Again" (proto-Mighty Mouse)

B.V. Lawson: Mr. Bug Goes to Town (aka Hoppity Goes to Town); Media Murder

Colin: Ten of the Best Noir Directors

Comedy Film Nerds:  with Christina Pazsitzky on A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, All This Mayhem etc. 

Cynthia Fuchs: This is My Land

Dan Stumpf: Hidden Guns

A Handful of Dust
Elgin Bleecker: The Scar (aka Hollow Triumph)

Elizabeth Foxwell: Cast a Dark Shadow

Evan Lewis: The Mark of Zorro (1920)

Gary Deane: Postmark for Danger (aka Portrait of Alison)

George Kelley: A Handful of Dust (1988 film)

How Did This Get Made?: Jupiter Ascending

Iba Dawson: movie palaces

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Bob Bailey

Jackie Kashian: Maria Tornberg, filmmaker and photographer
The Empty Space In Between from Maria Tornberg on Vimeo. (probably NSFW)

Jacqueline T. Lynch: The Next Voice You Hear

Jake Hinkson: La jetée

James Reasoner: It Could Happen to You

Jeff Flugel: Banacek: "Detour to Nowhere"

Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell
Jerry House: Horror Hotel (aka City of the Dead) with Chrisopher Lee

John Grant: Tokyo After Dark; Hollywood Mystery; Too Hot to Handle (aka Playgirl After Dark); Board to Death

Jonathan Lewis:  Christopher Lee tribute: Crypt of the Vampire; and The Terror of the TongsSantee

Kate Laity: Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell  

Kliph Nesteroff: Chuck McCann

Kristina Dijan: Attack of the Puppet People

Laura: Westward the Women; Yellow Sky


Lucy Brown: The Constant Husband

Martin Edwards: End of the Game

Marty McKee: Pepper

Mystery Dave: The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover

Patrick Murtha: Bajo la sal ("Beneath the Salt")

Patti Abbott: "Good" TV you dislike

Prashant Trikannad: Proof of Life

Randy Johnson: The Last Day of Frank and Jesse James; Tex and the Lord of the Deep

Rick: The Bold Ones: The Senator; Ice Station Zebra
The Traitor

Rod Lott: Trailer War; Stephen King's Sleepwalkers; The Loft (2014)

Ruth: Algiers and its legends

Sergio Angelini: The Traitor with Christopher Lee

Stacia Jones: Down, But Not Out; Generation Baby BusterChagall-Malevich; Coffy

Stephen Bowie: The Outer Limits

Stephen Gallagher: Oktober and Peter Diamond

Steve Lewis: The Sphinx

Walter Albert: Welcome Danger

Yvette Banek: The Adventures of Tartu

8 comments:

Elgin Bleecker said...

Todd – I’ve been reading your blog for a while and would like to contribute to this week’s roundup with this post about the noir film, “The Scar.”
http://elginbleecker.blogspot.com/2015/06/tuesdays-overlooked-film-scar.html
– Thanks for your terrific weekly feature. – EB

Todd Mason said...

Done! Thanks, and welcome.

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks for including my somewhat pre-emptive post, Todd! I really thought Christopher Lee would last forever

Todd Mason said...

He made a good try...and most of his latter-day characters are as potentially immortal as Dracula...though, sadly, he has to settle for what immortality his work brings him. Even though you didn't tag it, I took it as the likely A?V for you this week...I take it you might be on vacation from blogging in the next several weeks?

Gary Deane said...

Todd, thanks for linking me to your blog. Much appreciated.

However, the link to NoirWorthWatching/ 'Postmark for Danger' seems to go elsewhere.

Cheers,

Gary Deane

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, and sorry about that. Blogspot sometimes refuses to play well with Apple machines.

Kristina Dijan said...

Thanks for linking me in your last few roundups! I always find great new things in these collections.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks for your posts! Glad you like the company here...