Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V on Wednesday: the links to reviews, interviews and more

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The selections (reviews, interviews and citations at the links below) of undeservedly (and a few deservedly) under-appreciated audio/visual experiences...apologies to everyone for yet another delayed presentation. As always, thanks to all the contributors and you readers... 

Allan Fish: Oliver Twist (1948 film); The White Balloon

Anne Billson: 5 Romantic Comedies 

Anonymous: L'Atalante

Bill Crider: Black Moon Rising  [trailer]

BV Lawson: Media Murder

BNoirDetour: Gaslight

Colin: Broken Lance

Comedy Film Nerds: Greg Fitzsimmons: Studio Ghibli, The End of the Tour, Wes Craven, etc.

Cynthia Fuchs: Meru; Approaching the Elephant

David Cramner: Jack Nicholson westerns

David Vineyard: The Intruders

Dorian: His Kind of Woman

Elgin Bleecker: The List of Adrian Messenger

Ellen Datlow: Sasquan (WorldCon 2015) Photos

Elizabeth Foxwell: A Slight Case of Murder; Great Lives: "P.D. James"

Evan Lewis: The Lady in the Morgue

Gary Deane: Laurence Harvey noir

Gary Dobbs: Rise of the Krays

Gilligan Newton-John: horror films on television

Harlan Ellison: Mike Hodel's Hour 25: "Charles Beaumont Memorial" with Richard Matheson, Roger Anker, Richard Christian Matheson and Chris Beaumont (KPFK/Pacifica Radio)

Iba Dawson: A Single Man

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Milton Berle on radio

Jackie Kashian: The HeatStephen Brophy on super villains; Maria Alexander and Aaron Vanek on horror (from the lo-fi days of 2010)

starring Jackie Kashian and Brandie Posey (some NSFW dialog)

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Louise Beavers

Jake Hinkson: Chicago: City of Film

James Reasoner: Moonrise Kingdom

Janet Varney: Kimberly Brooks

Jerry House: Sydney Greenstreet

John Grant: "Eroticide"; Bars of Hate

John Greco: Little Fugitive

Jon Warner: Boyhood

Jonathan Lewis: Doctor Who: "The Daemons"

Judy Geater: Angel and the Badman

Karen Hannsberry: The Best of Everything and...

Kelly Robinson: Clara BowLouise Brooks: Lost Films 

Ken Levine: tv presidents

Kliph Nesteroff: Pistols and Petticoats:"Petrified"

Kristina Dijan: There Was a Crooked Man; IndiscreetLost Heroes and...; Last Passenger and...; TCM September

Lance Charnes: Transporter: The Series (television)

Laura: Highway 13; Motor Patrol; Radar Secret Service; D23 Expo: Disneyland

Lindsey: Hi, Nellie; Our Town (1940 film); The Window

Lucy Brown: Scott & Bailey

Marilyn Ferdinand: American Graffiti

Martin Edwards: The Riot Club

Marty McKee: Martial LawThe Marine 4: Moving Target

Mystery Dave: The Young Girls of Rochefort

Nik Bloodstorm: Witch and Satanic Cult films (courtesy Kate Laity)

Patricia Nolan-Hall: The Strawberry Blonde

Patrick Murtha: Mississippy Missippi Tu-Polo

Patti Abbott: 1976: Ten Best Films; The End of the Tour

Pop My Culture: Diane Franklin and Amanda Wyss

Raquel Stecher: Anatomy of a Murder

Rich Horton: WorldCon/Sasquan Report (particularly here)

Rick: The NannyThe Witches; Boggy Creek films

Rod Lott: Surrogates; Stay Alive; The Scarlet Claw; The Jinx

Ruth: Ingrid Bergman

Sanford Allen: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Scott Cupp: Seven Footprints to Satan

Sergio Angelini: A Man Lay Dead (BBC Radio 4); The Alleyn Mysteries: "A Man Lay Dead"

Stacia Jones: The Last American Virgin

Stephen Bowie: Breaking Bad: a dissent

Steve Lewis: Crime Doctor; The Crime Doctor's Courage

Victoria Loomes: All About Eve

Vienna: Executive Suite

Walter Albert: The Circus Queen Murder

William Lampkin: Pulpfest 2015

Yvette Banek: "Krakatoa Katie"


Yvette said...

Sorry you had to feature a repeat from me this week, Todd. I'll try again for next week. Thanks for understanding.

Todd Mason said...

Not at all, Yvette! And I wasn't kidding a while back when I asked if there were any art documentaries you particularly treasured, or films that featured art and artists primarily that might be worth writing about...I am the only one who needs indulgence here, for running late at all.

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

So much great stuff to catch up on - yay!

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, as nearly always (except when you are on vacation), for your fine continuing contributions, Sergio!