Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V on Wednesday: more links

The Roommates
A Tale of Two Sisters
The delay in this theoretically Tuesday list of links to reviews, citations, interviews and more of and about A/V media was even more pressing than usual (medical, dental and veterinary concerns) but for all of that still regrettable. See below, for the small and not so small gems gathered (even when about items that aren't even good paste), and if I've missed your or someone else's useful and or entertaining and insightful post, please let me know in comments. Thanks! 

Adam Wagner: In Bruges

Anne Billson: First Person in film

Anonymous: Man in the Moon; Sherlock, Jr.; The Best Years of Our Lives

Bhob Stewart: Walter Gibson on writing The Shadow and more; Art Spiegelman (and Wacky Packs) at Angouleme; The Kerouac Archive and On the Road (the film); The Hobbit (1966 animated film); "Moebius" animation

The Big Broadcast: 10 January 2016

Bill Crider: Bowfinger [trailer]

B.V. Lawson: Media Murder

Colin: Apache Rifles

Comedy Film Nerds: Matt Belknap

Cynthia Fuchs: Chuck Norris vs. Communism; Dreams Rewired; Heroin: Cape Cod USA

Dan Stumpf: Enemy of Women

David Vineyard: The Lone Wolf Returns; Arsene Lupin Returns

Dorian Bartolucci: House of Cards (1968 film)

House of Cards (1968) 1/2 by heapsoflovehide
Part 2

Elgin Bleecker: Favorite Films, 2015

Elizabeth Foxwell: Seven Keys to Baldpate (1917 film)

Evan Lewis: Annie Oakley: "Shadow at Sonoma" (pilot; 1956 tv)

Gary Deane: Eddie Macon's Run; Thompson's Last Run

George Kelley: The Big Short

"Gilligan Newton-John": Beyond the Time Barrier; Massacre in Dinosaur Valley

How Did This Get Made?Kazaam

Iba Dawson: The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938 film)

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Captive City

Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "One for the Road"

Jackie Kashian: "Fishy Dwarrows" on fanfic; Jackie and Laurie Kilmartin on crushes on comedians and underappreciated women in comedy, etc.

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Manifesto: The subtext of classic films

Jake Hinkson: The Clock

James Clark: The American

James Reasoner: The Mummy's Hand

Janet Varney: Hal Lublin

Jerry House: Young Bill Hickock; "The Five Jars"

"John Grant": Third Time Lucky; Sally of the Subway; Passage à l’Acte 

Jonathan Lewis: Submarine Raider; The Doolins of Oklahoma

Karen Hannsberry: The Smiling Lieutenant

Ken Levine: Sitcom 101 part 1; part 2; Golden Globe Awards part 1; part 2
The Glass Slipper

Kliph Nesteroff: Dinah! (1970s Dinah Shore daytime talk/variety tv series): David Bowie, Henry Winkler (1976)

Kristina Dijan: Madmen of Mandoras; Let 'Em Have It; Jewel Robbery; Show Them No Mercy!; January Film Diary; Le Samouraï 

Laura G: Get Your Man; The Blazing Trail; The Long Gray Line; 3 Men in White; The Glass Slipper; Fred MacMurray; Hitler's Madman
The Dark Mirror

Lucy Brown: The Dark Mirror

Marty McKee: The Wild Racers; The 27th Day; The Roommates; The Sender; The Executioner, Part II

Mildred Perkins: Limitless

Mitchell Hadley: TV Guide listings, Pittsburgh, 13 January 1954

Mystery Dave: The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful
Kim Novak during filming The Man with the Golden Arm

Patricia Nolan-Hall: Kiss of Death

Patti Abbott: The Man with the Golden Arm

Pop My Culture:  The Best, and Worst of 2015 

Prashant Trikannad: Revolutionary Road

Rick: The Blue Dahlia

Batgirl presentation film (not a pilot...most pilots run more than 8 minutes...)

Robert/Television Obscurities: the legacy of Batman (1966 tv)

Rod Lott: Avenging Angel; Angel; The Green Inferno; Hitman: Agent 47; Invasion U.S.A.; Death Do Us Part

Time After Time
"Rupert Pupkin": The American Friend

Ruth Kerr: Du Barry was a Lady

Scott A. Cupp: Time After Time

Spontaneanation: Paul F. Tompkins and Susanna Hoffs, with the cast of No, You Shut Up!

Stacia Jones: Chic!

Steve Lewis: Half a Sinner

Vienna: Lena Horne; Dewey Martin

Walter Albert: Houses That Go Bump in the Night, Part 1; Part 2

"The Queen of Code":


Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Thanks for the links, Todd. I see some new contributors. May our tribe increase.

Todd Mason said...

Well, not too many utterly new folks this week, but perhaps more (and some returnees) soon...time and energy permitting. Thanks for contributing and commenting! (Why, yes, I am shouting! Why do you ask!?!)

Silver Screenings said...

Man, you are becoming a serious rival to Rotten Tomatoes with all these review links.

Todd Mason said...

Ruth...only with a higher caliber of reviewers...such as yourself.