Anne Billson: The Suicide Shop
Bill Crider: InnerSpace trailer
Brian Arnold: AMC Pacer ads
BV Lawson: Media Murder
Comedy Film Nerds: Allan Havey at the TCM Classic Film Festival
Dan Stumpf: Hell's Heroes
Ed Lynskey: Dillinger (1945 film)
Elizabeth Foxwell: The Bat
Evan Lewis: Johnny Ringo (tv series)
George Kelley: Monsters vs. Aliens: Supersonic Joyride
|Entre Les Murs|
How Did This Get Made?: Peter Fonda on Easy Rider 2
Iba Dawson: In Honor of La Fête Nationale (Bastile Day)
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Prisoner of Shark Island
Jackie Kashian: Eric Hollerbach on the original Whose Line Is It Anyway? and RT (Russia Today), etc.
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Chip Off the Old Block; The Merry Monahans
|Bettie Page Reveals All!|
Jayme Lynn Blaschke: Bettie Page Reveals All!; Babylon-5: "Infection"
Jerry House: Tales of Tomorrow: "The Crystal Egg"
John Charles: Redline
John Grant: Baryshnya i Khuligan (aka The Lady and the Hooligan); Alias Mary Smith; Wonders in the Dark
Jonathan Lewis: Beyond the Time Barrier; Plunder of the Sun; The Abominable Dr. Phibes
Kliph Nesteroff: Jackie Mason on The Grube Tube (NYC public access television), 1980
|The Pajama Game|
Lucy Brown: The Pajama Game: conferences at Oxford and elsewhere
Martin Edwards: EQMM Podcast: "No Flowers"; Run, Lola, Run
Marty McKee: Asteroid vs. Earth
Michael Shonk: Counterspy; David Harding, Counterspy (tv pilots)
Mystery Dave: The Lawnmower Man
Patti Abbott: Starting Over; Best episodes of tv series
Peter Rosovsky: Get Carter and its peers.
Prashant Trikannad: Raid on Entebbe
Randy Johnson: The Big Steal: Apocalypse Joe (aka Un uomo chiamato Apocalisse Joe)
Rod Lott: Single Room Furnished
Ron Scheer: Librivox audiobooks
Sergio Angelini: John Dickson Carr on radio
Stacia Jones: Cold in July: The Discoverers
Stephen Bowie: The Best TV Series of 2000-2009
Steve Lewis: Girl on the Run
Yvette Banek: Foyle's War: Season/series 8
Todd Mason: Nadine Gordimer Stories: as noted in this blog previously:
The Gordimer Stories
A selection of eight short films, including an interview with Nadine Gordimer herself, which was shown on at least some PBS stations as a series, all the drama set in South Africa in depths of apartheid and the small and large tragedies those laws force upon the characters, and the attempts to subvert and overcome the noxious racist regime.
City Lovers (1982):
A short film based on Nadine Gordimer's story, and presented on public stations in the 1980s as part of the Nadine Gordimer Stories package, this was the most affecting of the group among those I saw, offering a charming yet telling liaison between a young "colored" ("mixed-race") South African woman and an older "white" German visitor to SA, back in the last years of apartheid, and how his foolhardiness and the insanity of the national institutional racism messes them over.