Wednesday, January 22, 2014

new links; Tuesday's Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

The Pit and the Pendulum
Below: This week's slightly tardy, snowbound set of links to reviews and citations this week, and apologies for that delay. Thanks, as always, folks...and please let me know if I've missed your or someone else's Overlooked post in comments. For some reason, Matt Helm movies caught more than one eye/keyboard this week, along with at least two reviews of new documentary Rewind This! and, less probably, Phone Call from a Stranger...along with such effective, small-scale noirs as The Phenix City Story and Kansas City Confidential (and...Dick Tracy...)

Bill Crider: Love at First Bite [trailer]
The Phenix City Story

Brian Arnold: Iron Man 3

BV Lawson: Media Murder

David Vineyard: Make Mine Mink

Earl Kemp: with Terry Kemp, Paul Krassner. Tom Gitchoff and Ron Turner: 
"Conspiracy to Mail Obscene Materials": Earl Kemp and the First Amendment (San Diego Comics Fest 2012)


Ed Gorman (and Steve-O): The Phenix City Story

Ed Lynskey: Phone Call from a Stranger
Kansas City Confidential

Elizabeth Foxwell: Kansas City Confidential

Evan Lewis: Dick Tracy (1945 film)

George Kelley: Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

Iba Dawson: Golden Globes aftermath

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: M Squad

James Reasoner: The Pit and the Pendulum (1961 film)

M Squad
Jerry House: The Buster Keaton Show

John Charles: Rewind This!

Juri Nummelin: Prisoners; Heathers

Kliph Nesteroff: Murray Roman on Tom Smothers

Laura: Drums Across the River; The Corpse Came C.O.D.

Lucy Brown: Summer Magic

The Wrecking Crew
Martin Edwards: Sherlock Holmes: The Many Faces of a Master Detective

Martin Schneider: TV-CBGB

Marty McKee: Chopper One: "Pilot"; Rewind This!; Snow Devils
Rich and Strange

Mystery Dave: Coffy

Patti Abbott: Rich and Strange (aka East of China)

Pop My Culture: The Worst of 2013

Prashant Trikannad: James Coburn

Rick: The Wrecking Crew; Ronald Colman

Peyton Place
Rod Lott: The College-Girl Murders; Hell Baby; The Silencers

Ron Scheer: Chino (aka The Valdez Horses; Valdez, il mezzosangue)

Scott Cupp: The Lost World (1960 film)

Sergio Angelini: The Groundstar Conspiracy

Seth Goodkind: Lovely But Deadly

Stacia Jones: Phone Call from a Stranger

Stephen Bowie: Peyton Place (the tv series)

Yvette Banek: The 39 Steps (1935 film)

Zybahn/Frank: The 4400: "Graduation Day"

Coffy

9 comments:

Yvette said...

Just posted mine, Todd. Are we on one wavelength or not? Ha.

Todd Mason said...

At very least, moving at similar speed on this snowy day! Thanks, Yvette.

zybahn said...

Please post mine as well. Thanks, Frank

http://casualdebris.blogspot.ca/2014/01/the-4400-graduation-day.html

Juri Nummelin said...

Just putting a new one, Todd. 15 minutes or so.

Todd Mason said...

Thank you, Frank, and I'll be here, Juri...further thanks.

Ron Scheer said...

Enjoyed the post on PEYTON PLACE. A trip down memory lane.

Todd Mason said...

It's a series I've managed to miss altogether over the years, but I am interested by Stephen's contention that Paul Monash made sure it was a cut above simple soap.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, thanks again for the links this week.

Todd Mason said...

Thank you, Prashant!