Wednesday, May 13, 2015

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

This week's selections of undeservedly (and a few deservedly) underappreciated audio/visual always, thanks to all the contributors and you readers.  And apologies for the delay in the second half being posted...Life really is one damned thing after another. 

Allan Fish: The Plea

Anne Billson: The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (among other melancholy PI films); George Miller, 1985

Anthony Neil Smith: against author readings

Bill Crider: Soldier [trailer--the 1998 Kurt Russell film]

B.V. Lawson: Media Murder

Comedy Film Nerds: Chris Denson; The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, The Secret of Kells, and others

Dan Stumpf: It Always Rains on Sundays

David Vineyard: Corto Maltese and the Gilded House of Samarkand

Dorian TB: His Kind of Woman

Ed Lynskey: The Killers (1946 film)

Eddie Deezen: The Party at Kitty and Stud's

Elizabeth Foxwell: London Belongs to Me (aka Dulcimer Street)

Evan Lewis: Sherlock Holmes and the Deadly Necklace

George Kelley: Dig

How Did This Get Made?: A View to a Kill

Iba Dawson: I am Michael

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Ed Sullivan Show

Jackie Kashian: Alexandra Klimavich on Harry Potter World (Orlando, FL)  and related matters

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Ann Blyth and railroad films

Jake Hinkson: Orson Welles' Centennial Festival; Welles and his films

James Reasoner: The World's End

Jeff Flugel: 1970s US tv: independent commercial stations and their rerun slates, Kojak and The Streets of San Francisco

Jerry House: The Baby Snooks Show

John Grant: Silent Dust; I Start Counting

John-Henri Holmberg: Raumpatrouille Orion (1960s German sf tv series)

Jonathan Lewis: Taza, Son of Cochise

Juri Nummelin: Finnish neo-noir films 

Kliph Nesteroff: Paul Krassner

Laura: South of St. Louis

Lucy Brown: Funny Lady

Mark Fertig: Out of the Storm

Martin Edwards: Murder Without Crime

Marty McKee: Hustler Squad

Patrick Murtha: Hell's Half Acre

Patti Abbott: Bouchercon 2006

Randy Johsson: Range Feud; Death on High Mountain (aka...)

Rick: High Society (both the Bowery Boys film and that other one)

Rod Lott: Popcorn

Sergio Angelini: Killjoy

Stacia Jones: The Velvet Touch

Stephen Bowie: Peyton Place and how episode guides are published now...

Walter Albert: The Motorla Television Hour: "Thirteen Clocks"


Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Some really unusual choices here (Finnish Noir? Fab!). Thanks Todd, great stuff.

Todd Mason said...

Juri (or Tapani Bagge) (or just maybe Jukka Halme) would be whom you'd ask about just that subject, Sergio...thanks for the benison! And your continued contribution to this weekly effort.