o/t: what, Tuesday already? Then it must be time for Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

Yet another installment of the wonderfully useful roundup. As always, click anywhere on the list to be transported magicall to Todd’s Sweet Freedom site and the individual links:

Allan Fish: The Childhood of Maxim Gorky
Anne Billson: Russ Meyer
Bill Crider: Destination Moon [trailer]
BV Lawson: Media Murder
Charlie Ricci: Love and Mercy
Colin: Edge of Eternity
Comedy Film Nerds: Filip Hammar on What Happened, Miss Simone?, et al.
Cynthia Fuchs: Amy; Escobar: Paradise Lost
Elgin Bleecker: Laura
Elizabeth Foxwell: O.S.S.
Evan Lewis: Lightnin’ Bill Carson
Gary Deane: Mickey Rooney noir
George Kelley: Star Trek Fan Collective: Time Travel
Helen Lewis: “Bitch Better Have My Money” (a music video)
Iba Dawson: Olivia de Havilland
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Jack Webb
Jackie Kashian: Eli Olsberg on T. J. Hooker
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Mary Wickes
Jaimie Grijalba: Nobody Knows
Jamie Uhler: Come and See
James Reasoner: Holiday
Jeff Flugel: Black Belt Jones; Hot Potato
Jerry House: Frankenstein (1910 film)
John Grant: Double Exposure; The Candidate (2010)
Jonathan Lewis: Tarzan’s Magic Fountain; The Last Outpost; Hong Kong
Kate Laity: Tea: The Dark Side of the Cup
Kliph Nesteroff: Jackie Curtiss
Kristina Dijan: Blood Money; Star of Midnight
Laura: Banjo; Janet Leigh
Lucy Brown: Murder on a Honeymoon
Martin Edwards: Crime Writers Association Daggers Ceremony
Marty McKee: Revenge of the Ninja; Invasion USA
Mystery Dave: All Night Long [my 2012 review]
Patrick Murtha: The Blue Beetle (radio series)
Patti Abbott: Petrocelli
Pearce Duncan: Hellraiser: Inferno
Randy Johnson: The Window; Poker with Pistols
Rick: Stairs in films
Rod Lott: Point of Terror; Doctor Death: Seeker of Souls
Pop My Culture: Ilene Graff
Sam Juliano: Winter in Wartime; 1776
Stacia Jones: Results
Stephen Bowie: Better Off Ted
Steve Lewis: Mystery Liners
Victoria Loomes: Barbara Stanwyck’s Bad Girls
Walter Albert: Georges Méliès
Yvette Banek: Lured

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