Wednesday, May 22, 2013

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

Reign (forthcoming on the CW network)
Below, today's set of reviews and citations of audiovisual works and related matter, with the posts at the links... as always, thanks to all the contributors and to all you readers for your participation. And, as usually, there are likely to be additions to this list over the course of the day, and if I've missed your, or someone else's, post, please let me know in comments...thanks again.

Bill Crider: The Doolins of Oklahoma ...trailer

Brent McKee: US tv: CBS and the CW's new season slates

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Ed Gorman/Lee Feiffer: Five Against the House

Elizabeth Foxwell: The Long Arm (aka The Third Key)

Evan Lewis: The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case

Ida Lupino
Fred Blosser: One Foot in Hell

Iba Dawson: TCM Classic Film Fest, Part 2

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Whistler

Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "On the Nose" (from the Henry Slesar short story)

Jackie Kashian: The Nerdstorian, et al.

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Mary Astor

Jake Hinkson: Ida Lupino

James Reasoner: Shaughnessy, the Iron Marshal

Jerry House: The Beast of Yucca Flats (film itself, at link, mildly NSFW)

Juri Nummelin: Femme Fatale (2002 film)

Kliph Nesteroff: Buddy Hackett bowling

Laura: Kismet (1955 film)

Lucy Brown: Murder on the Home Front (2013 UK tv)

Marty McKee: Vampire Circus

Max Allan Collins: 10 Memorable Spy Novel Film Adaptations

Michael Shonk: King of Diamonds (tv 1961-62)

Mystery Dave: Branded (2012 film)

Patti Abbott: Good Morning, World (1967-68 tv)  (James Reasoner's take, from 2011)

Prashant Trikannad: Ed Harris

Randy Johnson: Perfect Understanding; A Man Called Django (aka W Django)

The Killer Inside Me (2010)
Rick: The Philadelphia Experiment

Rod Lott: Double Team

Ron Scheer: The Spoilers (1942 film)

Scott Cupp: Iron Sky

Sergio Angelini: St. Ives

Stacia Jones: The Killer Inside Me (1976 and 2010) 

Television Obscurities:  It's a Man's World

Walter Albert: The Reckless Moment


Yvette said...

Todd, I'm sorry I missed sending you notice that I wouldn't be joining in today's posts. I spent all yesterday and today at my daughter's, helping with my grandson.

Yegads, I'm exhausted!! But in a good way. :)

Todd Mason said...

As good a reason to miss as there is!

Ron Scheer said...

Thanks for the pic of Ida Lupino. Both a fine actress and director.

Todd Mason said...

It's a pity she wasn't able to do more of both, and that she was nearly alone as a sustainedly employed woman in the field at midcentury...I swiped the photo that Hinkson had up on his post...