o/t: Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

Another great roundup of links has just been posted by Todd Mason. Here’s the list of goodies; for the links themselves you’ll have to go to Todd’s Sweet Freedom website:

 

Anne Billson: Scary Films 1 and 2

Bill Crider: Robin and Marian [trailer]; Help!

BV Lawson: Media Murder; the National Book Festival

Dan Stumpf: The Mighty Gorga

Ed Lynskey: The Crooked Web

Elizabeth Foxwell: Seance on a Wet Afternoon

Evan Lewis: The Confessions of Robert Crumb

Fred Blosser: The Bronte Sisters

George Kelley: Sin City: A Dame to Die For 3-D

Iba Dawson: Talk to Me

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Boston Blackie Booked on Suspicion

Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “Most Likely to Succeed” (by Henry Slesar)

Jackie Kashian: Ron Babcock

Jacqueline Lynch: The Golden Horde

Jake Hinkson: Samuel Fuller and Neo-Noir

James Reasoner: Night Passage

Jerry House: Dow Hour of Great Mysteries: “The Bat”; Stealing America: Vote by Vote

John Charles: The Final Countdown

John Grant: In a Lonely Place; Motel Blue

Jonathan Lewis:The Public Defender; Johnny Apollo

Kelly Robinson: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1908 film); Absinthe

Kliph Nesteroff: Murder in Mink! The Crimes of Comedian Ray Bourbon

Laura: Why Worry?; Force of Arms; Trial (1955 film)

Lucy Brown: Foreign Correspondent

Marty McKee: 5 Card Stud

Mystery Dave: El Dorado

Neer: The Web

Patti Abbott: A Walk on the Moon; Do The Right Thing

Prashant Trikannad: Real Steel; Richard Attenborough

Piper Laurie, The Hustler

Randy Johnson: The Inspector (aka Lisa); Tutto per tutto (aka Go For Broke)

Rick: Piper Laurie

Ron Scheer: The Luck of Roaring Camp

Sergio Angelini: Farewell, My Lovely

Stacia Jones: The Big House; Kay Francis

Stephen Bowie: Susan Oliver and James Shigeta

Steve Lewis: Santa Fe Trail

Yvette Banek: From the Terrace

 

Of special interest to me is Elizabeth Foxwell’s coverage of Seance on a Wet Afternoon. In the wake of Richard Attenborough’s death a few days ago, I was trying to work out which of the movies in which he acted was my favorite — and/or which was my favorite screen performance of his — and in the end I couldn’t decide between Seance, Brighton Rock and 10 Rillington Place.

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