o/t: Tuesday again, hurrah! — here’s Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

Another episode of Todd’s roundup. As always, click anywhere on the list to be magically transported to Todd’s Sweet Freedom site and the individual links. Thanks as always to Todd for allowing me to cross-post this.

Allan Fish: From What is Before
Anne Billson: JFK assassination films
Anonymous: They Were Expendable
Bill Crider: The Librarian: Quest for the Spear [trailer]
Brandie Ashe: Pan’s Labyrinth
Brian Greene: Two-Lane Blacktop
BV Lawson: Media Murder
Colin: The Moonlighters
Comedy Film Nerds: Emily Gordon
Cynthia Fuchs: (POV:) Tea Time (aka La Once)
Elgin Bleecker: La bête humaine
Elizabeth Foxwell: The Violent Enemy; Sax Rohmer on US v. UK crime
Evan Lewis: The Adventures of Sir Lancelot
Gary Deane: The Big Caper
George Kelley: Police Squad!
How Did This Get Made?: Sharknado 3
Iba Dawson: Gun Crazy
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Lineup (radio, television, film)
J. Kingston Pierce: Jeff Rice and The Night Stalker
Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “Don’t Come Back Alive”
Jackie Kashian: It’s Complicated; Liz Miele, comedian and animator
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Tension
James Reasoner: The Winning Season
Jeff Flugel: Four Frightened People
Jerry House: Western Heroes
John Grant: A Matter of WHO; Midnight Intruder
Jonathan Lewis; Moving Violations; Romulus and the Sabines
Kate Laity: Canongate Kirk
Kliph Nesteroff: Paul Krassner
Kristina Dijan: World Without End; The Black Raven; The Penalty; Invisible Invaders [Scott Cupp last week]
Laura: The Adventures of Mark Twain; The Proud Rebel; Woman They Almost Lynched
Lucy Brown: Party Girl (1958 film)
Marilyn Ferdinand: A Bright Summer Day
Martin Edwards: Partners in Crime: “The Secret Adversary” (pilot)
Marty McKee: Street Crimes; The Death Squad; The Private Eyes
Mystery Dave: Cool World
Patrick Murtha: The Violators
Patti Abbott: Jim Jeffries
Pearce Duncan: Kill List
Pop My Culture: Laura Dreyfuss
Randy Johnson: Dead Men Don’t Make Shadows
Rick: The Slipper and the Rose
Rod Lott: Spring; Student Bodies
Sam Juliano: Careful, He Might Hear You
Sergio Angelini: The Strange World of Planet X aka…
Scott Cupp: Zombies on Broadway
Stacia Jones: Wolfen; Wicked, Wicked
Stephen Bowie: The Bold Ones: The Senator
Victoria Loomes: Audrey Hepburn at the National Portrait Gallery
Walker Martin: adventures in painting collection
Walter Albert: Henri-Georges Clouzot
Yvette Banek: Dangerous Crossing

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