Tuesday, January 22, 2013

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

Zhang Yimou and Gong Li
Thanks as always to all the contributors of the reviews and citations linked to below, and to you readers. This is just a bit after the second anniversary of this weekly exercise, and it seems to be thriving...even if this week is heavier than usual on Not So Overlooked items...worse things can happen! If I've overlooked your or someone else's post, please let me know in comments...as usual, there will probably be some additions over the course of the day.  Thanks very much!

The Corrupt Ones
Bill Crider: The Blob (1958) 
"The Blob" song

Brian Arnold: Bizarre

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Dan Stumpf: The Corrupt Ones

Ed Gorman: Remembering Charles Beaumont; with Bob Levinson, about John Ford

Elizabeth Foxwell: The Man on the Eiffel Tower

Evan Lewis: Touch of Evil (recut)
Touch of Evil

George Kelley: The Django westerns;  Zero Dark Thirty

How Did This Get Made?: The Odd Life of Timothy Green

Iba Dawson: Searching for Sugar Man

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: the checklist;
Fort Laramie

Jackie Kashian: Ophira Eisenberg

Jake Hinkson: Films of Zhang Yimou and Gong Li

Love Monkey
James Reasoner: Love Monkey 

Jerry House: Thrilling Stories of the Railway; Zulu 

John Charles: They Might Be Giants

Juri Nummelin: The Paperboy; Django Unchained

Laura: You Can't Beat Love

"The Andersonville Trial"
Lucy Brown: The Sky's the Limit

Martin Edwards: The Girl; The Iron Lady

Marty McKee: Target Earth; Hollywood Television Theatre: "The Andersonville Trial"

Patti Abbott: What Movies Have You Walked Out On?

Prashant Trikannad: ViewMaster;
Six Days Seven Nights
Randy Johnson: The Circus Queen Murder; Red Light

Richard Pangburn: "Old Rivers"
The Dunwich Horror

Rick: Magnificent Obsession (1954)

Rod Lott: The Dunwich Horror: Fatal Visions

Ron Scheer: Major Dundee

Scott Cupp: The Vengeance of She

Sergio Angelini: Top 10 Film Noir

The Thirteenth Guest
Stacia Jones: Orchestra of Exiles; Bette Davis on Wagon Train

Stephen Bowie: Turkeys Away [WKRP in Cincinnati]: An Oral History

Todd Mason: Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar

Walter Albert: Fool's Paradise

Yvette Banek: The Thirteenth Guest


Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, I am late today and I have only just posted a piece about "Seven Days Seven Nights" and related issues. Many thanks.

Richard L. Pangburn said...

Hey, I've got one today, an analysis of Walter Brennan's OLD RIVERS:


Todd Mason said...

Thanks, Prashant. I've added yours.

Richard, well, this is mostly Not a music roundelay--we do music on a monthly basis (next week, in fact, on the last Thursdays). But for the hell of it, I've added yours; thanks.

iluvcinema said...

Thanks for the LL despite my not submitting fresh copy for you …

Todd Mason said...

Not at all, Iba! I always hope I'm finding something the Usual Suspect would like to have in the weekly posting when I don't see something clearly tagged for inclusion. Thank you!