|Kansas City Bomber|
who notes that the Criterion Blogathon is responsible for a few more Criterion DVD and BluRay reviews this week...see Kristina Dijan, Ruth Kerr and Aaron West's citations for guides to the participants and their essays, and hear them on Criterion Close Up; also, Stacia Jones and Rod Lott on the National Lampoon documentary...I was able to non-virtually meet, along with his wife Pamela Scoville and old friend Ray Ridenour, contributor Paul "John Grant" Barnett at what I could attend of the annual convention in the area, the PhilCon, over this past weekend, and it was a very pleasant evening...wish him a happy birthday if you see him soon...he notes his daughter provided him with his most proud-making gift, the token of her Oxfam contribution in his honor...
A. J. Wright: The Fighting Kentuckian
Aaron West: Criterion Blogathon: Day 5
Anonymous: Easy Living; 5 Fingers; Crazy, Stupid, Love; Noah Beery, Jr.; The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Bhob Stewart: Giger Museum; Liberace Museum; 1968 Comic Art Convention (NYC), etc.
The Big Broadcast: 22 November 2015
Bill Crider: Kansas City Bomber [trailer]
Brian Arnold: Simple Gifts: Introduction and "The Great Frost"
B.V. Lawson: Media Murder
Colin: Tony Rome
|The Girl Can't Help It|
Comedy Film Nerds: CFN vs. Keith and the Girl on The Martian; Rock 'n' Roll Movies with Lord Carrett
Criterion Close Up: Criterion Blogathon, New Releases for February, etc.
Cullen Gallagher: Barquero
Cynthia Fuchs: Democrats; Mimi and Dona; Secret in Their Eyes
David Vineyard: Midnight (1934 film)
Dorian and Vinnie Bartolucci: Lady in the Lake; Trancers
Elgin Bleecker: The Prowler
Elizabeth Foxwell: Black Friday (1940 film); about Anatomy of a Murder
Evan Lewis: Dick Tracy (1950s tv series): "Dick Tracy and FlatTop"
Gary Deane: June Havoc
George Kelley: Spotlight
Gilligan Newton-John: Mad scientist film bondage (some mildly NSFW imagery)
How Did This Get Made? (featuring guest Lennon Parham): Lifeforce
Iba Dawson: some of the worst...
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Strange One; The Garment Jungle
Jackie Kashian: Chez Amanda on The X-Files; The Amazing Spider-Man 2
|The Deadly Mantis|
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Jerome Cowan
James Reasoner: The Deadly Mantis; The Bold Caballero
Janet Varney: Colin Hanks
Jerry House: Roy Rogers and his peers; X Minus 1: "Nightmare"
John Grant: Curtain at Eight; Crime Unlimited; Flat Two
Jonathan Lewis: Treasure Island (1972 film)
|Top 25: Shield for Murder|
Juri Nummelin: Morons from Outer Space
Karen Hannsberry: William Conrad; Top 25 Noir Films
Kate Laity: The Hudsucker Proxy
Kelly Robinson: Criterion and Lynch (and Kelly)
Ken Levine: On Roseanne; further on Roseanne; Undateable; Wish I Was Here and Kickstarter abuse
Kevin Pollack's Chat Show: Vince Gilligan
Kristina Dijan: Criterion Blogathon: Day 4
Laura G: 3 Bad Men; Murder in the Fleet; The 33; Pocahontas (1995 Disney animation); 42nd Street (stage)
Lucy Brown: River; Once Upon a Time (current US tv)
Marty McKee: The Final Terror
Mildred Perkins: The Mummy (1959 film)
Mystery Dave: "Captain EO"
Patricia Nolan-Hall: Harry Carey and the Carey family
Patti Abbott: Reflections in a Golden Eye
Rick: 1960s TV series on the road...
Rod Lott: Rattlers; Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon
Ronna and Beverly: Jessica St. Clair
"Rupert Pupkin": Broken Lance
Ruth Kerr: Criterion Blogathon Day 6
Sam Juliano: A Room with a View; Carol
Scott A. Cupp: The Mad Miss Manton
Sergio Angelini: Molle Mystery Theater (radio); Thriller (US tv); et al.: "Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper" and its extensions by Robert Bloch
(...and...A Thriller a Day on that adaptation)
|The Mad Miss Manton|
Stacia Kissick Jones: Manos, the Hands of Fate; The Night of the Generals; Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead
Stephen Bowie: Sunday Showcase (1959 US tv): "What Makes Sammy Run?"
Stephen Gallagher: Stan Lee's Lucky Man
Danger Theater presents: "The Voice"
|North by Northwest|
TV Obscurities: The Tammy Grimes Show
Victoria Loomes: Louise Beavers
Vienna: North by Northwest (stage); Leslie Howard; Bad Day at Black Rock
Yvette Banek: La belle et la bete
|Beauty and the Beast|
Thank you so much for linking to my posts. Much appreciated.
Cheers mate. What's rather good is that I have seen a fair number of these, but as always many more that await discovery - that's the way it should be, darn it!
Vienna, thank you for your work on your blog...I've enjoyed sampling it over the last several months.
Sergio, yup, lots of old friends, and always ready to take on some new and interesting work...while hoping not to swamp those who have specifically blogged on A/V in response to this weekly project. At the current size, it's certainly not too easy to read everything in a given week.
Happy Thanksgiving, Todd! I hope this is a wonderful day for you. There is much to be thankful for, including this blog.
Thanks Richard, and back at you! Hope you're enjoying the day.
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