Tuesday, September 13, 2011

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

Apologies for the delay in compiling this list, after a day of not quite being a juror...it's an impressive range of film, not at all shying away from the exploitive or the artistic, in this week's haul! As always, thanks to all the contributors and to all the readers...and please do leave a comment if you're moved at all to do so...

Bill Crider: Safari Drums (trailer)

Brian Arnold: Murder Can Hurt You

Chuck Esola: Bonnie's Kids

Dan Stumpf: Curtain Call at Cactus Creek

David Schmidt: Recent viewing (and reading Sangster on Sangster)

Eric Anderson: The Iron Rose (aka La rose de fer)

Evan Lewis: Honor of the Range

Gary Lovisi: The Wages of Fear (and Sorcerer)

Harry Shearer: Jerry Lewis Telethon Memories

Iba Dawson: 10 films from "the Vault"

Kate Laity: Newgrange

Jake Hinkson: Drive a Crooked Road

James Reasoner: Lucky Lady

Jerry House: The Court of Last Resort

John Charles: Punisher: War Zone

Juri Nummelin: The Big Brass Ring

Marty McKee: How to Steal the World

Michael Shonk: The Cases of Eddie Drake: Part 3...

Pearce Duncan: Hatchet; Dorian Gray

Randy Johnson: The Invisible Woman

Ron Scheer: The Last Sunset

Scott Cupp: Killer Klowns from Outer Space

Stephen Gallagher: Sergeant Cork

Tise Vahimagi: "Prime Time Suspects Part 6: The Black Mask Brotherhood"

Walter Albert: Kid Millions

Yvette Banek: SpaceHunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone

Related matters:

Ed Gorman: Prime Suspect; HBO sitcoms and Jackie O

George Kelley: Star Wars: The Complete Saga

Jackie Kashian: The Dorkiest; DorkForest Channel

Michael Shonk: Why I Don't Watch Castle

Patti Abbott: Choosing Movies

Steve Lewis: My Kids' Blogs (on historical fiction and financial writing...adult "kids")


George said...

Have fun on Jury Duty, Todd. I did a posting on the new Blu-ray box-set of the STAR WARS saga. Tomorrow, it's off to BOUCHERCON in St. Louis.

iluvcinema said...

You lucky man!

Yvette said...

What a varied list of movies! We really are an exceptional bunch. Ha!

Jury duty sounds SO interesting to me. I was called once but never got to serve. I was excused for being self employed.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, folks, and yes, I'd say that's fair, Yvette (the variety of the active and passive contributors here, though all folks I've interacted with).

Jury duty would be less problematic if I didn't have a job upon which the work of a dozen or so people didn't depend...with my constant workday attention required.