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

Yet another episode of the useful weekly roundup, this week with quite a lot of Christopher Lee-related material, for obvious reasons. As always, click anywhere on the list to be whisked to Todd’s Sweet Freedom blog and the individual links.

Alan Fish: La maison des bois
Anne Billson: Scandinavian horror and suspense film
Bill Crider: The Black Arrow
Brian Arnold: “Super Mouse Rides Again” (proto-Mighty Mouse)
B.V. Lawson: Mr. Bug Goes to Town (aka Hoppity Goes to Town); Media Murder
Colin: Ten of the Best Noir Directors
Comedy Film Nerds: with Christina Pazsitzky on A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, All This Mayhem etc.
Cynthia Fuchs: This is My Land
Dan Stumpf: Hidden Guns
Elgin Bleecker: The Scar (aka Hollow Triumph)
Elizabeth Foxwell: Cast a Dark Shadow
Evan Lewis: The Mark of Zorro (1920)
Gary Deane: Postmark for Danger (aka Portrait of Alison)
George Kelley: A Handful of Dust (1988 film)
How Did This Get Made?: Jupiter Ascending
Iba Dawson: movie palaces
Ivan G. Dixon, Jr.: Bob Bailey
Jackie Kashian: Maria Tornberg, filmmaker and photographer…and her “The Empty Space in Between”
Jacqueline T. Lynch: The Next Voice You Hear
Jake Hinkson: La jetée
James Reasoner: It Could Happen to You
Jeff Flugel: Banacek: “Detour to Nowhere”
Jerry House: Horror Hotel (aka City of the Dead) with Chrisopher Lee
John Grant: Tokyo After Dark; Hollywood Mystery; Too Hot to Handle (aka Playgirl After Dark); Board to Death
Jonathan Lewis: Christopher Lee tribute: Crypt of the Vampire; and The Terror of the Tongs; Santee
Kate Laity: Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell
Kliph Nesteroff: Chuck McCann
Kristina Dijan: Attack of the Puppet People
Laura: Westward the Women; Yellow Sky
Lucy Brown: The Constant Husband
Martin Edwards: End of the Game
Marty McKee: Pepper
Mystery Dave: The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover
Patrick Murtha: Bajo la sal (“Beneath the Salt”)
Patti Abbott: “Good” TV you dislike
Randy Johnson: The Last Day of Frank and Jesse James; Tex and the Lord of the Deep
Rick: The Bold Ones: The Senator; Ice Station Zebra
Rod Lott: Trailer War; Stephen King’s Sleepwalkers; The Loft (2014)
Ruth: Algiers and its legends
Sergio Angelini: The Traitor with Christopher Lee
Stacia Jones: Down, But Not Out; Generation Baby Buster; Chagall-Malevich; Coffee
Stephen Bowie: The Outer Limits
Stephen Gallagher: Oktober and Peter Diamond
Steve Lewis: The Sphinx
Walter Albert: Welcome Danger


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