Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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

Near Dark
As is usually the case, there might well be further additions over the course of the day to this list of links to reviews, citations and brief essays about the a/v presentations (and particularly today, the folks behind and in them) cited below. Thanks, as always, to all the contributors, and to all you read (and, of course, those who comment on) the contributions below...and if I've missed your, or anyone else's, posts, please let me know in comments, below. Thanks very much.

From Here to Eternity
Bill Crider: From Here to Eternity [trailer]

Brian Arnold: Atari 2600 Videogame Ads

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Elizabeth Foxwell: "Spellbound" (Theater 62; 1962 television)

Evan Lewis: The Case of the Howling Dog (1934 Perry Mason film)
"Maria" (Alfred Hitchcock Presents:)

George Kelley: Stella Adler (and Anton Chekhov)

Iba Dawson: Near Dark

Jackie Kashian: Sean Cullen and Debra DiGiovanni

Jack Seabrook: John Collier (and John Wyndham) on Television: "Maria" (Alfred Hitchcock Presents:)

James Reasoner: We've Got Each Other

Jerry House: Battling with Buffalo Bill

J. Kingston Pierce: A Very Missing Person (one of three pilots for The Great Detectives)
Warning from Space

John Charles: Warning from Space (aka Uchujin Tokyo ni arawaru)

Kliph Nesteroff: Howard Storm

A Cry in the Night
Laura: A Cry in the Night 

Lucy Brown: Party Girl

Mark Hand: Promised Land

Martin Edwards: Dream House

Patti Abbott: The Dick Van Dyke Show

Philip Schweier: What's Up, Doc?

Prashant Trikannad: Two Mules for Sister Sara

Two Mules for Sister Sara
Randy Johnson: Tribute to a Bad Man

Rick: the Best Courtroom Films

Rod Lott: Detention

Ron Scheer: Nevada Smith

Scott Cupp: The Bride of the Gorilla

Sergio Angelini: Douglas Slocombe

Stacia Jones: Gloria Swanson; Ingmar Bergman et al.

Stephen  Bowie: Kathleen Murray and Circle in the Square

Yvette Banek: Cleopatra (1934)


Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks for including my somewhat atypical post Todd. 'Regular' service to be resumed next week!

Phillyradiogeek said...

Thanks Todd. With luck, I'll have an official post sometime today or tonight.

Yvette said...

Nothing from me today, Todd unless I can get up from down in the dumps and dealing with STUFF!!

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, folks...I can definitely sympathize with everyone's time-crunch or energy-drain (or both)...hope you can feel better soon, Yvette.

Scott Cupp said...

Mine is up

Yvette said...

It's still Tuesday, right? My post is up and running. Thanks for your patience, Todd. :)

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, folks!

pattinase (abbott) said...

Thanks, Todd. Not exactly a forgotten choice but his article sparked my memories of the show.

Todd Mason said...

I'm not Too worried about the rather familiar being discussed at least some of the time, if the discussion is worthwhile. While hidden gems are the goal, warnings and new (or at least fond) perspectives are good, too...

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Thanks for the link and the picture, Todd. I can never decide which ones to carry with my piece lest they give away more than necessary.

Todd Mason said...

I'm luckier thus...in providing an image for the links list, I simply look for the most eye-catching that (ideally) hasn't been used on the relevant post...

Thanks to both of you, as well, Patti and Prashant.

Anonymous said...

Hi Todd, I came over via Bill Cyder's blog, sadly too late for this week. Although I'll definitely be getting involved in the future.


Todd Mason said...

OK, Paul...Bill Crider's, perhaps? Be warned, though...it can't be IN THE CUT and INTO THE NIGHT every week (nor even every other week alternated with WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN and TEQUILA SUNRISE...).

Anonymous said...

great collection of posts!

as a movie blogger myself, i am always intrigued by reviews and info of lesser known films, particularly of yesteryear.

is there anyway i can get in on the action?