Wednesday, September 9, 2015

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

Anatomy of a Murder

The selections (reviews, interviews and citations at the links below) of undeservedly (and a few deservedly) under-appreciated audio/visual experiences...As always, thanks to all the contributors and you readers...a good week for Ida Lupino (BNoir and Ruth)...

Aaron West: Yi Yi

Anne Billson: Evil Tiger Ladies

Anonymous: Witness

Bill Crider: Bandidas  [trailer]

BV Lawson: Media Murder

BNoirDetour: The Hoodlum; Born to Kill

Colin:  Lisbon

Comedy Film NerdsAdam Rifkin on cult films

Cynthia Fuchs: A Walk in the Woods

Dan Stumpf: Apache Drums

David Cramner: Justified: "Collateral"

David Vineyard: 17 Moments of Spring

Dorian: Charade

Ed Gorman: character actors

Ed Howard: The Kid

Elgin Bleecker: Ride the Pink Horse

Elizabeth Foxwell: The Suspect

George Kelley: The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (Season One)

Gilligan Newton-John: Cinderella 2000; Space Thing; Wonder Woman: "The Man Who Could Move the World"

Harlan Ellison: Mike Hodel's Hour 25: "Dick Lochte" (KPFK/Pacifica Radio)

How Did This Get Made?: Furious 7

Iba Dawson: Wes Craven

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Green Archer

Jack Seabrook: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: "The Older Sister"

Jackie Kashian: Good Hair; Sumukh Tolgalkar on Saved by the Bell; Maria Bamford and her father Joel Bamford  (from the lo-fi days of 2007)

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Slim

James Reasoner: Powderkeg

Janet Varney: Dana Gould

Jerry House: Zacherley

Jim Knipfel: Walking Tall (courtesy Bill Crider)

John Grant: Gambling Sex; Republic of Sin (aka...)

Jonathan Lewis: I, Monster

Judy Geater: Kings Go Forth

Karen Hannsberry: Central Park

Kelly Robinson: Silent and Lost Film notes

Ken Levine: Mary featuring Katey Sagal

Kliph Nesteroff: "He Restoreth My Soul" with Merrill Womach

Kristina Dijan: Violent Saturday; Chandu the MagicianFive and Ten; Tell No Tales; The Deadly Mantis

Lance Charnes: The Honorable Woman

Laura: Oregon Passage; Martin Milner; The Rocketeer; The Love Bug (1968)

Lindsey: Happiness Ahead; Haunted Gold; Meet John Doe; Second Chorus

Lucy Brown: Best of Men

Martin Edwards: Gladfest

Marty McKee: Martin MilnerBorderline

Mystery Dave: Chicken Run

Patricia Nolan-Hall: Vacation from Marriage

Patrick Murtha: Night Beat

Patti Abbott: film endings...

Pop My Culture: Brian Palermo

Raquel Stecher: Ace in the Hole

Richard Robinson: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Granada Television 1984)

Rick: Fool's Parade; guest reviews: A New Leaf (Yvette Banek); Out of the Blue (Paddy Lee); Blue Collar (John Greco)

Rod Lott: Death Race; RKO Dick Tracy films; Metamorphosis

Ruth: They Drive by Night

Sam Juliano: Lord of the Flies (1963 film); How Green Was My Valley

Sanford Allen: Deadly Friend

Scott Cupp: Coherence; National Trivia Challenge

Sergio Angelini: Top 25 Courtroom Drama Films

The Hunger
Stacia Jones: The Hunger

Stephen Bowie: Brenner

Stephen Mullen: Germany Year Zero

Todd Mason: comedian podcast videos, LA PodFest and otherwise
Mitzi Gaynor, 1970s

Victoria Loomes: Alice Guy-Blaché 

Vienna: Mitzi Gaynor

Yvette Banek: The Clouded Yellow 
The Clouded Yellow


George said...

Todd, my post about THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. SEASON ONE is up on my blog.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, George! Sorry I missed that on first pass.

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Another marvellous collection - thanks Todd.

Todd Mason said...

ALL THAT no MONEY CAN BUY, Sergio, to almost pun on one of your films this week... thanks!

Elgin Bleecker said...

Todd – My post on “Ride the Pink Horse” is now up at:
And good roundup, as usual.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, Elgin...I'll drop that one in next week as well, for those who missed it in checking in yesterday or this morning.

Elgin Bleecker said...

Thank you, Todd - Sorry I blew my deadline.

Todd Mason said...

Impossible for contributors to do, Elgin--all too easy for me on a busy week!

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

That Harlan Ellison programme with Dick Lochte was terrific by the way

Todd Mason said...

Yes, I've been happy to dig these out.