Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Tuesday's Overlooked Films And/Or Other A/V: more links

Thanks, as always, to our contributors and to you readers for participation in this week's reviews and citations of the films and other presentations at the links below...there might be a few more added over the course of the day, as they arise.

Bill Crider: It Came from Outer Space (in 3-D, at the Majestic Theater, Dallas) (trailer)

Brian Arnold: Slapstick (of Another Kind)

Chuck Esola: Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession

Ed Gorman: Dodsworth

George Kelley: Travels with My Aunt

Iba Dawson: Island in the Sun

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr: "The Caper" (Mayberry, RFD); Tomorrow, the World!

Jack Seabrook: Robert Bloch on TV: "Annabel" (The Alfred Hitchcock Hour; adapted from This Sweet Sickness by Patricia Highsmith)

James Reasoner: The Three Musketeers (2011)

Jerry House: The San Antonio Kid

John Charles: The Jekyll and Hyde Portfolio

Juri Nummelin: The Honeymoon Killers

Kate Laity: The Royle Family

Michael Shonk: Blue Light (ABC, 1966)

Patti Abbott: Strangers When We Meet

Prashant Trikannad: Airport '77; The Poseidon Adventure (1973); The Towering Inferno

Randy Johnson: The Creation of the Humanoids

Rod Lott: The Toy Box (1971)

Ron Scheer: Tracker

Sergio Angelini: Femme Fatale (2002)

Stacia Jones: Ladies Man (1931)

Walter Albert: That Night in Rio

"WutheringWillow": The Appointment (1969)

Yvette Banek: "Nine Tough Movie Dames"; Tarzan and His Mate


Yvette said...

Todd, I also have an entry for today - TARZAN AND HIS MATE up on the blog. Thanks, kiddo!

K. A. Laity said...

A wide ranging cornucopia as usual!

Juri said...

I'm putting mine up, should take about 14 minutes.

Juri said...

Oops, took about 20 minutes! I'm slacking!


wutheringwillow @ A Life in Movies said...

Hi! Thanks for posting my link!

Todd Mason said...

Thanks to all of you! 14 minutes being an oddly specific citation...

Rod Lott said...

Thanks, Tood, for your continued links to Flick Attack! -Rod

Todd Mason said...

Not at all. Thanks for your continued interesting work there!