Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: the links, including some new links

An unusual number of films this week that I'd been considering reviewing as well, but hadn't gotten around to...and the odd coincidence that both Yvette and Ron, for rather different reasons, both cottoned to the same film independently on the same week. Thanks to all for contributing and reading, as always. If you'd like to join in, please let me know in comments...thanks again.


Bill Crider: Pulp
Brian Arnold: Really Rosie
Chuck Esola: Wolfguy
Eric Anderson: Otoshimono aka Ghost Train
Eric Peterson: Ed's Next Move
Evan Lewis: "Wholly Smoke"
"Mr. Gable": Attack of the Giant Leeches
George Kelley: Auction Kings
Iba Dawson: Night Train to Munich
James Reasoner: The Baron
Jerry House: Zeppelin vs. Pterodactyls
Kate Laity: The School for Scoundrels (1960)
Michael Shonk: Slacker, PI; The Bannen Way; Angel of Death
Patti Abbott: Friendly Persuasion
Randy Johnson: Black Sabbath (aka I Tre Volti Della Paura)
Ron Scheer: Yellowstone Kelly (see also: Yvette Banek)
Samuel Wilson: Flaming Star
Scott Cupp: Age of the Dragons
Steve Lewis: The Last Musketeer
Tise Vahimagi: "Prime Time Suspects: Theater of Crime"
Todd Mason: Killshot (2008); Intelligence (2005-07)
Walter Albert: Just Off Broadway
Yvette Banek: Yellowstone Kelly (see also: Ron Scheer)

Related matter:
Rupert Pupkin: Movie Art (Bill Crider and Brian Arnold need to see Jaws as a Peanuts strip.)

1 comment:

Todd Mason said...

from another post, but relevant to this one:

Blogger pattinase (abbott) said...

What are the chances of two Yellowstone Kellys.

August 9, 2011 3:05 PM

Blogger Todd Mason said...

Pretty amazing coincidence (and, as I mention, it's pretty amusing as well how differently Ron and Yvette take the films, Yvette as exoticized beefcake-fest perfect for her teenage delectation, Ron as an amusing variation on history as well as amiable drama...and with a bit of cheesecake, recently viewed on Encore Western cable)...though the post this applies to is a little later in the temporal thread.

August 11, 2011 12:39 PM