Wednesday, April 29, 2015

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

This week's selections of undeservedly (and a few deservedly) underappreciated audio/visual always, thanks to all the contributors and you readers. 

Anne Billson: The Fate of Lee Khan; Top 10 King Arthur Movies

Bill Crider: Falling Down; underrated horror films poll; The Legend of Caleb York

Brian Arnold: The Incredible Hulk (tv) outtakes

Brian Busby: Double Negative aka Deadly Companion (featuring Count Floyd as the Beaver)

BV Lawson: Media Murder

McQueen, Ann-Margret, Weld in The Cincinnati Kid
Comedy Film Nerds: Dean Haglund

Dan Stumpf: Big Deal on Madonna Street

David Vineyard: Dixie Ray, Hollywood Star

Ed Lynskey: Chicago Syndicate

Elizabeth Foxwell: The Hitch-Hiker; Selected Shorts: "Expect the Unexpected" (Yolen, Thurber and Bradbury stories)

Evan Lewis: The Roy Rogers Show: pilot(s?)

George Kelley: Steve McQueen Collection

How Did This Get Made?: Double Team

Iba Dawson: Return of the Dream Machine; Rififi

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Reluctant Dragon

Jack Seabrook: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: "The Second Verdict"

Jackie Kashian: Brian Upton on gaming

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Babes on Swing Street; Bowery to Broadway

Jake Hinkson: Wicked Woman

Pepper Dennis
James Reasoner: Pepper Dennis

Jeff Flugel: 1963

Jerry House: Jungle Siren; Neil Gaiman on buttons

John Grant: Missing Girls; Seven Sinners

Ken Levine: Sing What Happens

Kliph Nesteroff: Billy Gray's Band Box (the first comedy club in Los Angeles)

Laura: Queen ChristinaThat Hagen Girl

Lucy Brown: From This Day Forward

Martin Edwards: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
Among the women not to be trifled with: The Fate of Lee Khan

Marty McKee: The Bold Ones: The New Doctors: "In Dreams They Run"

Michael Daye: 9 disturbing early films (courtesy Bill Crider)

Michael Shonk: Mrs. Columbo aka Kate Loves a  Mystery

Mike Tooney: The Twilight Zone: "Once Upon a Time"

Mystery Dave: Sabotage

Texas Killing Fields
Patrick Murtha: Texas Killing Fields; Ann-Margret

Patti Abbott: Safe

Prashant Trikkanad: Sandokan

Randy Johnson: One After the Other (aka Uno doppo l'altro); Sales Pitch (by Philip K. Dick)

Rick: Robert Bloch: Thriller: "Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper"; Star Trek: "Wolf in the Fold"; Dracula's Daughter
Apparently actually has a decent script.

Rod Lott: The Alphabet Murders

Sean McLachlan: Edison Company sf and fantasy films (courtesy Bill Crider)

Sergio Angelini: Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror

Stacia Jones: 24 jours (aka 24 Days)

Stephen Bowie: Kojak: "Cop in a Cage"

Steve Lewis: Fallguy; The Racketeer

Walker Martin: Windy City Pulp Convention
on set: Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror


Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Some great selections there (and am just about to watch the THRILLER version of Bloch's "Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper" so perfect timing!)

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, thanks for compiling all the review links. It's nice to be back.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks to you both for contributing and your benisons...sorry for the delay, more than I would've expected kept pulling me away from the task yesterday.

Brian Busby said...

Here's my modest contribution, Todd, a 1980 adaptation of an early Ross Macdonald novel starring Anthony Perkins, Michael Sarrazin and cast members of SCTV:

Deadly Companion

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, Brian. I hope that, among Ross Macdonald adaptations, this was the only one made mostly because he counted as Canadian content...

neer said...

That's quite a list.

Here's my contribution for this week's FFB:

Mysteries in April