Tuesday, February 5, 2013

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

The Daytrippers
Here are the links to this week's reviews and citations of insufficiently appreciated a/v items, mostly film and television but not all...and, as with most weeks, there might be a few additions to the list over the course of the day.  If I've overlooked your or someone else's post, please let me know in comments...thanks to all the contributors, and to all you readers. 

Bill Crider: Alphaville  [trailer]

Brian Arnold: Adam West hosts The Hollywood Palace (1966)

B. V. Lawson: Media Murder

Dan Stumpf: A Woman's Vengeance; The Undying Monster

Ed Gorman: Ironside

Elizabeth Foxwell: "The Case of the Mirror of Portugal" (The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes)

Eric Peterson: The Film Podcast

Evan Parker: Star of Midnight
Miss Julie

George Kelley: The Anton Chekhov Collection; Miss Julie (1999 film)

How Did This Get Made?: The Devil's Advocate

Iba Dawson: Apartment for Peggy; Moguls and Movie Stars

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Jerry Lewis Show[s] and their offshoots

P. J.
J. Kingston Pierce: P.J. (1968)

Jackie Kashian: Mark Anderson and Melora Creager on Shakespeare

James Reasoner: The Pacific

Jeff Flugel: Fantastic Voyage

Jerry House: "The Meddlers" (Lights Out the tv series)

John Charles: The Girls from H*A*R*M

Juri Nummelin: Inglourious Basterds

Kate Laity: Slickman A4 Quotation Event

Kliph Nesteroff: The Dick Cavett Show and Zabriskie Point

Laura: Moonlight Murder

Lucy Brown: Sister Kenny

Martin Edwards: Equus

Bullet in the Face
Michael Shonk: Bullet in the Face

Patti Abbott: My 10 Favorite Quirky Overlooked Movies (and Jeff's Seven, in comments)

Prashant Trikannad: Tora! Tora! Tora!; Pearl Harbor

Top tv spy John Drake
Randy Johnson: On Borrowed Time; The Third Man; Payment in Blood (aka Sette Winchester per un massacro)

Rick: Shindig!

Rod Lott: Night of the Living Dead 3-D: Reanimation

Ron Scheer: Single-Handed

Scott Cupp: Dragon Age: Redemption

Sergio Angelini: Top 20 TV Spies

Stacia Jones: February Movies to Watch For

Stephen Bowie: 87th Precinct

Yvette Banek: Bulldog Drummond (1929 film)

1 comment:

Richard L. Pangburn said...

Todd, I'm not sure who's doing FFB links today, Feb. 8th, but I have on up:

Kem Nunn's marvelous THE DOGS OF WINTER