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

Yet another installment of Todd’s highly useful weekly roundup. As always, click anywhere on the link to be taken to Todd’s Sweet Freedom site and the individual links.

Allan Fish: F for Fake
Anne Billson: Twixt
Bill Crider: Dave [trailer]
Brian Arnold: Automan
B. V. Lawson: Media Murder
Colin: The Long and the Short and the Tall
Comedy Film Nerds: Ryan Sickler
Dan Stumpf: Limehouse Blues
Duane Porter: The 10 Best Films of 2014
Elizabeth Foxwell: A Gentleman after Dark; The Charles Dickens Museum: “A Dickens Whodunnit”
Eric Red: Top 5 Truck Movies
Evan Lewis: Pulp-Pourri Theatre: “The Pin-Up Murder Mystery”
George Kelley: State of Play (BBC-TV)
Iba Dawson: Beyond the Gates
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Let No Man Write My Epitaph
Jackie Kashian: actor/comedian Retta on dramatic tv series, among other things
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Slander
Jake Hinkson: Falstaff (aka Chimes at Midnight)
James Reasoner: Alien Trespass
Jeff Flugel: Beneath the Twelve-Mile Reef
Jerry House: Mutiny in the Big House; H. Rider Haggard, 1923 silent film “interview”
John Grant: The World Accuses
Jonathan Lewis: Lepke; The Last Challenge
Kate Laity: Medievalism and “realism”
Kliph Nesteroff: How Keefe Braselle used his mob ties to get thuggish misogynist CBS executive Jim Aubrey to put KB’s terrible series on the network (hint: a date whom Aubrey beat up badly turned out to be a mafioso’s daughter…Braselle intervened with his buddies when said mafioso put out a contract on Aubrey.)
Kristina Dijan: The Night Has Eyes
Laura: Sister Kenny; David Harding, Counterspy (1950 film)
Lucy Brown: Kismet (1955 film)
Martin Edwards: bookfairs
Matty McKee: A Place Called Today
Michael Shonk: The Investigators (CBS-TV 1961)
Neer: evil adverts
Patti Abbott: Pioneers of Television; Wallander (Swedish television; US import by MHz Worldview)
Philip Schweier: Raw Deal; The Fake; The Diamond Wizard
Randy Johnson: Mr. Wu; Challenge of McKenna (aka La sfida dei McKenna)
Rick: She-Wolf of London (1948 film); Thunderbirds (tv series)
Rod Lott: Blackout; Cry_Wolf
Ruth: Ace in the Hole
Sergio Angelini: Hostile Witness (play and film)
Stacia Jones: Yellowbeard; Clifford
Stephen Bowie: Ben Casey
Stephen Gallagher: Richard Johnson
Steve Lewis: Larceny: Changing Lanes

I’d also like, self-obsessed narcissist that I am, to draw attention to the other “forgotten” movie about which I posted this week, Tokyo After Dark (1959), since I think it’s an item (the movie, not my incoherent burbling) of some particular interest.

One thought on “Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

  1. I’ll be damned…I must’ve somehow thought I’d included TOKYO the previous week, since I commented on it, or some other pretzel logic…it’s definitely in this week…sorry about that! And, thanks, as always, for both your reviews and the extra boost here.

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