|A Polaroid selfie: Perfect Sense|
Bill Crider: The Prize [trailer]
B.V. Lawson: Media Murder
Comedy Film Nerds with William Elwood; with Mike Schmidt
Dan Stumpf: Curtain at Eight
Ed Lynskey: Side Street
Elizabeth Foxwell: Three Strangers; With Good Reason: "Brooks Hefner on S. S. Van Dine"
Evan Lewis: Hubley Colt .45 capgun video
George Kelley: RoboCop (2014); "The Death of College as We Know It"
Iba Dawson: Fed Up; 31 Days of Oscar
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Flamingo Road; Possessed; The Damned Don't Cry; The Mark
|Glass, Funches, Varney and Kashian|
Jackie Kashian: Todd Glass, Janet Varney and Ron Funches at SF Sketchfest; Chris Mancini on PS3 Games
James Reasoner: Eisenhower and Lutz
Jeff Segal: Horror/exploitation -film documentaries and videotape nostalgia: The Man Who Saw Frankenstein Cry, Slice and Dice, Rewind This! and more; Thriller (1970s UK series): "Screamer"
Jerry House: "Scientology: The Final Countdown"
John Charles: It's Alive! (1969); In the Year 2889
Juri Nummelin: Winter's Tale
Kate Laity: Women in Horror Month
Kliph Nesteroff: The Red Buttons Show with Eartha Kitt; Hiya Chum!; A Gentleman at Heart; Bracken's World
|The Skin I Live In|
Laura: The Tall Stranger; The Stand at Apache River
Lucy Brown: The Paradise
Martin Edwards: The Skin I Live In
Marty McKee: Aspen; Destination Inner Space; The Time Travelers; Scotland Yard Inspector; Pier 23; The Case of the Baby Sitter
Mary Robinette Kowal: conventional sexism (also: Rebecca Watson)
Michael Shonk: television series one can see on YouTube...and not on "legit" dvd, so far...
Mystery Dave: Beetlejuice
|Doctor at Sea|
Paul Gallegher: Writers in Conversation (at ICA, London): "J. G. Ballard" (the post's header image is borderline NSFW)
Prashant Trikkanad: "We Are the World" and related projects;
Richard Metzger: Seizure
Rick: CBS Agatha Christie telefilms; Doctor in the House and its sequels
Rod Lott: Hellraiser: Hellworld; Man Beast; The Ultimate Degenerate
|Chase a Crooked Shadow|
Ron Scheer: Gravel in Her Gut and Spit in Her Eye: The Life of Dorothy M. Johnson
Sergio Angelini: Chase a Crooked Shadow
Stacia Jones (et al.): Six Films: The Taking of Pelham One Two Three et al.
Stephen Bowie: Peyton Place: the day Mia Farrow cut her hair
Todd Mason: Perfect Sense; The Big Day (2001; aka We Met on the Vineyard): please see below.
Walter Albert: The Cockeyed World
Yvette Banek: Sid Caesar; Mapp & Lucia
Two solid "smaller" films: Perfect Sense; The Big Day
Perfect Sense is a BBC production, from their film arm, in tandem with a number of northern European units; the Scandinavian presence is about as great as the Ingmar Bergman influence
|The most blatant nod to Bergman in the cinematography...|
Green and McGregor
|At a street-performer's impromptu eulogy for lost senses.|
|Ivan Sergei and Margulies as the couple.|
|...a little joke on tightly-wound relatives...|