Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

Another of Todd’s superbly useful weekly roundups. Here’s the list; you’ll have to go to his site for the links.

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Anne Billson: 10 Actress Girlcrushes, from Kristen Bell to Olivia Williams

Bill Crider: Shampoo [trailer]

Brian Arnold: The Blackboard Jungle

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Dan Stumpf: Curse of the Undead

David Vineyard: This is My Affair

Doug Loves Movies: Abby Elliott, Jackie Kashian and “Mark Wahlberg”

Ed Gorman: Harry Belafonte reminisces about Odds Against Tomorrow and more

Ed Lynskey: Magic in the Moonlight

Elizabeth Foxwell: Studio One: “Twelve Angry Men”

Evan Lewis: The Rutles: All You Need is Cash

George Kelley: The November Man

Iba Dawson: Robin Williams

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Joan of Paris

Jackie Kashian: Britnee Braun on cosplay

Jacqueline T. Lynch: The King’s Thief

Jake Hinkson: Too Late for Tears; Roadblock

James Reasoner: Dead Man’s Gun

Jerry House: “The Old Mill Pond”

John Charles: Alpha Video releases: City of Lost Girls et al.

John Grant: The Girl by the Lake (aka La ragazza del lago); The Voice of Merrill

Jonathan Lewis: The Invisible Ray; The Gunfight at Dodge City

Jose Cruz: Dark Fantasy (radio series)

Kelly Robinson: The Misdaventures of a French Gentleman without Pants at the Zandfort Beach

Kliph Nesteroff: Cain’s Hundred: “Blood Money”

Laura: The Deep Six; Red Light

Lucy Brown: The Informer

Martin Edwards: Cold Comes the Night

Marty McKee: Heat; Cave-In!

Michael Shonk: Shoestring: “Mocking Bird”

Mystery Dave: The Man from Planet X

Neer: Darker than the Night (aka Mas negro que la noche); The Web

Patti Abbott: The Savages and Philip Seymour Hall

Prashant Trikannad: coping with horror and horror film

Randy Johnson: He Ran All the Way; Challenge of McKenna (aka La sfida dei McKenna)

Rick: John Barry film scores

Ron Scheer: The Invaders (1912 film)

Sergio Angelini: The Missing Person

Stacia Jones: Arrowsmith

Stephen Bowie: Man with a Camera; Laredo; Tate

Stephen Mullen: Love Me Tonight

Yvette Banek: The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries

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Too tired this evening for chatter — it’s been a long one — but after I’ve perked up a bit I’ll be making a beeline for that last one on the list: Ngaio Marsh seems sadly neglected these days.

 

 

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