Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V: new links to the reviews, interviews, etc.

The selections (reviews, interviews and citations at the links below) of undeservedly (and a few deservedly) under-appreciated audio/visual always, thanks to all the contributors and you readers... 

Allan Fish: Valerie and Her Week of Wonders (aka: Valerie A Tyden Divu); Lilika; Happiness

Anne Billson: The Road

Anonymous: The Miracle of Morgan's Creek

Bill Crider: Barbarossa  [trailer]

BV Lawson: Media Murder 

Colin: Edge of Eternity

The Gift
Comedy Film Nerds: Gilbert Gottfried

Cynthia Fuchs: The Gift; Angry Sky; Toe-Tag Parole: To Live and Die in Yard A

Dan Stumpf: The Law and Jake Wade; The House of Fear

David Cramner: Get Smart at 50

David Schmidt recommends: Seance on a Wet Afternoon

David Vineyard: Diamonds Are Forever (BBC Radio 4)

Dean Treadway: The Innocents

Ed Gorman: Eric Lichtenfeld on vigilante films

Elgin Bleecker: The Dam Busters

Elizabeth Foxwell: Home at Seven (aka Murder on Monday); The Lodger

Evan Lewis: The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939 film)

Valerie and Her Week of Wonders
Gary Deane: Lure of the Swamp

George Kelley: Snatch; Mr. Holmes

How Did This Get Made?: Top Dog 

Iba Dawson: the un-marketing of Fantastic Four

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Hands Up! and silent-film comedy

Gilligan Newton-John: TV Guide, Salt Lake City edition, February 12th 1977

J. Kingston Pierce: A/V notes

Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "Our Cook's a Treasure" (Robert C. Dennis adapting Dorothy L. Sayers)

Jackie Kashian: The Great Gatsby; Zach Sherwin on word puzzles, rap, and Neil Gaiman 

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Lady in the Lake

James Clark: Manhunter

James Reasoner: Little Manhattan

Jeff Flugel: films this year, so far 

Jerry House: The Expendables

Oral Fixation
John Grant: Noose for a Lady; Oral Fixation

Jonathan Lewis: The Haunted Palace; The Karate Killers (a Man from U.N.C.L.E. episode repackage) 

Karen Hannsberry: The Devil Thumbs a Ride 

Kliph Nesteroff: Murray Roman on Mason Williams 

Kristina Dijan: The Gorgon; The Mystery of the 13th Guest; Never a Dull Moment; around the classic horror cinema
Cat People

Lance Charnes: intelligence vs. spies 

Laura: Sombrero; Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant; Eight Below

Laura Miller: The Diary of a Teenaged Girl (courtesy Elizabeth Hand)

Lucy Brown: Picnic

Mark Evanier: The Tonight Show: Muppets (1974)

Martin Edwards: Inspector Morse and Oxford

Marty McKee: The Candy Snatchers; The Midnight Man

Mystery Dave: Move Over, Darling
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

Patrick Murtha: Bourbon Street Beat: "Wall of Silence"

Patti Abbott: Lake Mungo

Paul Bishop: Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

Pearce Duncan: Eyes without a Face (aka Les yeux san visage)

Pedro Silva: Amarcord

Pop My Culture: voice actor Jess Harnell

Randy Johnson: Ringo and Gringo Against All (aka Ringo e Gringo contra tutti)

Best of Enemies
Raquel Stecher: Best of Enemies

Rick: Hitchcock, Lubitsch, Capra, Griffith; Pamelyn Ferdin

Rod Lott: Inseminoid

Sam Juliano: My Childhood 

Sergio Angelini: Scott Turow's Innocent

Scott Cupp: The Day Mars Invaded Earth

Stacia Jones: The Outrageous Sophie Tucker; King of the Gypsies

Stephen Bowie: 1960s A/V supercomputers

Steve Lewis: Front Page Detective: "Galahad"; Gemini Man (pilot telefilm); Brenner: "Charlie Paradise"

Victoria Loomes: Wardrobe in Double Indemnity 

Vienna: Portia on Trial

Yvette Banek: most memorable film scenes


Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Wow Todd - that is a massive crop today! All that goodness out there - bit scary in a way, being so spoiled for choice.

Todd Mason said...

Ambition can be one's undoing, on even such a modest project as a links list. But, goodness, there's no lack of interesting posts out here, eh? Thanks...and for your continuing contributions!