Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: 14 June

Thanks as always to all contributors and readers!

Bill Crider: Born to Be Bad
Brian Arnold: The Flash (1990-1991)
Chuck Esola: The Love-Ins
Craig Johnson: Rancho Deluxe

Dan Stumpf: Werewolf of London (1935)
Eric Peterson: Kiss or Kill
Evan Lewis: Between Fighting Men
Iba Dawson: A Hatful of Rain
James Reasoner: The Cisco Kid
Jerry House: Mummy-themed episodes of The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes and The Adventures of Superman, The Robot Vs. The Aztec Mummy and The Curse of the Aztec Mummy
Juri Nummelin: At Close Range
Kate Laity: the Terry Gilliam staging of The Damnation of Faust
Patti Abbott: Incendies
Randy Johnson: Fort Massacre
Rod Lott: Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye
Ron Scheer: Springfield Rifle (1952)
Scott Cupp: Bell, Book and Candle
Steve Lewis: There's Always a Woman
Todd Mason: Dementia (1955); Sons and Daughters; Talent Associates productions
Walter Albert: House of Frankenstein
Yvette Banek: When Worlds Collide

Related Links:
Ed Gorman: The William Conrad Story
George Kelley: Win Win
Jackie Kashian: The Dork Forest interview with Adam Spiegelman and Joey Slamon
Kim Newman suggests: Raymond Chandler and Ian Fleming
Samuel Wilson: Meek's Cutoff
Stan Burns: From Paris with Love (2010)


K. A. Laity said...

Cheers for linking to Faust!

Todd Mason said...

Thanks for writing it up, and in time for this week's roundelay!

Juri said...

Todd: I just put one up at:


Anonymous said...

some really good stuff this week!

Todd Mason said...

Always, Rick! Thanks, Juri. Getting it in now...

michael said...

Todd, you continue to give me a reason to look forward to Tuesday.

Todd Mason said...

I'm glad they brighten the week, I hope not they alone...

Phillyradiogeek said...

I just posted something now, but Gmail won't cooperate for me to email you about it. I wrote about the 1990 TV series The Flash. Thanks!

Todd Mason said...

Getting it up now, Brian...thanks!

Juri said...

BTW, thanks especially for the links to MEEK'S CUTOFF and William Conrad's horror films.

Todd Mason said...

The things around the periphery of the impressive direct contributions here are also often impressive...there's no lack of valuable A/V writing on the web, of course...

kevin said...

What's the relevance of the Alice in Wonderland photo?

Todd Mason said...

From a sequence in Chuck Esola's selection, THE LOVE-INS.