Tuesday, February 11, 2014

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

O. Henry's Full House

Here are this week's set of links to reviews and citations. Thanks, as always, folks...and please let me know if I've missed your or someone else's Overlooked post in comments. And at least one contributor's website is down...which I won't attribute to the subject of our first link...

Against Mass Surveillance by the NSA

Bill Crider: O. Henry's Full House  [trailer]

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Comedy Film Nerds with Laura House

Dan Stumpf: Shadow of the Law

North West Frontier
David Vineyard: North West Frontier (aka Flame Over India)

Ed Gorman/Jake Hinkson: Night Beat

Ed Lynskey: Illegal

Raw Deal (directed by Anthony Mann)
Elizabeth Foxwell: Finger of Guilt (aka The Intimate Stranger); Bookwaves: "Elmore Leonard"; Anthony Mann film festival

Evan Lewis: Spy vs. Spy

Fred Blosser (courtesy Ed Gorman): Advance to the Rear

George Kelley: Solomon Kane

Dear White People
How Did This Get Made?: Double Team

Iba Dawson: Dear White People; Sundance 2014

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: And Then There Were None... (1945 film); TCM film reviews

Jackie Kashian: Robert Hack on Doctor Who

Jake Hinkson: The Hanging Tree

James Reasoner: The Last Wagon

Circus World
Jeff Flugel: Circus World

Jerry House: for Valentine's Day

John Charles: Blood of the Virgins

Juri Nummelin: Fear and Desire and the Cabin Film Festival

Kliph Nesteroff: The New People; Beach Ball; The Life of the Party

Laura; The Naked Spur; Terror Street; Johnny Guitar 

Lucy Brown: Summer Magic

Martin Edwards: Salamander

Martin Schneider: All My Loving

Marty McKee: Bosch: "Pilot"; Probe; Tales of the Unexpected: "The Force of Evil"

Goodbye, Columbus
Mystery Dave: Buck and the Preacher

Patti Abbott: David Patrick Kelly

Rick: Shirley Eaton; films about librarians

Rod Lott: Firefox (1982 film); Machete Kills 

Sergio Angelini: I Thank a Fool

Stacia Jones: Like Father, Like Son
Honey West

Stephen Bowie: Honey West: "An Eerie, Airy Thing"

Yvette Banek: Romantics Anonymous


George said...

Todd, I have a review of SOLOMON KANE, loosely based on the Robert E. Howard character on my blog.

Todd Mason said...

Sorry, George! Thanks for the reminder.