Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: the links to reviews, interviews, and more

Casanova
See below, for the small and not so small gems gathered (even when about items that aren't even good paste), and if I've missed your or someone else's useful and/or entertaining and insightful post, please let me know in comments. Thanks! 

Anne Billson: Christopher Nolan and similar superannuated children in film; mirrors in film

Anonymous: Punch-Drunk Love; That Thing You Do!; Pillow Talk

Bhob Stewart: Cream in My Coffee (1980 telefilm); Rodney Dangerfield; Wally Wood's Alka-Seltzer ad


The Big Broadcast: 21 February 2016 (limited window)

Bill Crider: Casanova (2005 film) [trailer]

B. V. Lawson: Media Murder

Colin: The Incredible Shrinking Man

Comedy Film Nerds: Oscar Núñez; Oscar predictions with Doug Benson

Cynthia Fuchs: Jim: The James Foley Story; Containment; The Other Side

Dan Stumpf: The Missing Juror
Southpaw

Dorian Bartolucci: Spellbound

Elgin Bleecker: Southpaw

Elizabeth Foxwell: Mr. Arkadin (aka Confidential Report)

Evan Lewis: The Kennel Murder Case; Remo Williams: "The Prophecy" (1988 tv pilot)

George Kelley: The Lady in the Van
mirrors in Orphee
"Gilligan Newton-John": Alucarda; Voodoo Dolls; Wonder Woman: "The Man Who Made Volcanoes"; The Sinful Dwarf

How Did This Get Made?: LOL


Iba Dawson: The Oscars and their discontent

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Thieves' Highway

Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Mail Order Prophet"

Jackie Kashian: Jeff May on comics art and drama; The Jackie and Laurie Show

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Alexis Smith


James Reasoner: Derailed

Janet Varney: Brandie Posey

Jerry House: Private Snuffy Smith; TED Talks: "The Greatest TED Talk Ever Sold"

John Grant: The Phantom Speaks

Jonathan Lewis: The Mask of Fu Manchu

Karen Hannsberry: death and life of Albert Dekker; Registered Nurse

Ken Levine: James Burrows


Kliph Nesteroff: The Phil Silvers Special: Summer in New York; The David Letterman Show (1980 NBC morning series premiere; audio only)

Kristina Dijan: Silver Lode; Ride Clear of Diablo: Six Black Horses; February Film Diary; Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed; Rififi

Laura G: My Pal, Wolf; Wicked (stage): Footsteps in the Night; Desert Pursuit


Lucy Brown: Dancing on the Edge


Martin Edwards: ShetlandDickensian and War and Peace; Seven Psychopaths

Marty McKee: Hell's Bloody Devils; Scorchy; Bulletproof; Code of Silence

Mildred Perkins: Manhattan (tv series)


Mitchell Hadley: TV Guide listings: Minneapolis/St. Paul, 1 March 1957

Patricia Nolan-Hall: The Invisible Ray

Patti Abbott: Seinfeld: "The Contest"

Paul Brazill: It's a Gift; Oh Mr. Porter!


Rick: Black Angel

Robert/Television Obscurities: W*A*L*T*E*R (M*A*S*H spinoff tv pilot)

Rod Lott: Valley of Gwangi; Southbound; Komodo

"Rupert Pupkin": The Serpent and the Rainbow


Ruth Kerr: The Lonely


Scott A. Cupp: The Girl, the Gold Watch and Everything

Sergio Angelini: Doctor Who: All-Consuming Fire (audio drama)

Stacia Jones: Bop Girl Goes Calypso

Steve Lewis: Kit Carson (1940 film); The Missing Juror; Lisbon

Valerie Deane: A Place in the Sun

Vienna: Meet Me in St. Louis; Suspicion


4 comments:

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks so much Todd - always amazing to be pointed to so much goodness out there - fabulous stuff!

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, Sergio, and for your consistent contribution. When life isn't too uncooperative, it's mostly a pleasure to assemble. And there is indeed so much interesting writing about various odd corners of the arts...

John said...

In case you're still compiling the links for Friday's Forgotten Books for Feb 26 and didn't get mine here it is. I just posted it:

She Who Was No More by Boileau & Narcejac

Thanks for doing the dirty work this week, Todd.

Todd Mason said...

Clean work when I can get it! Dirty work was in the several hours today straigntening out the mess that my "providers" had made of my RomneyCare application. And being reclassified on the fly, and paying an exorbitant COBRA payment for another month at least. Yes, single-payer is So Very Wrong, what we're doing to reward the noble insurance industry so much more appropriate.Thanks.