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

Another bumper roundup from the zealous Todd Mason, to whom many thanks. Lots of meaty stuff here, while as always Kristina Dijan embarrasses the rest of us with no fewer than seven new entries. Countem: seven.

As always, click anywhere on the list to find yourself on the Yellow Brick Road to Todd’s Sweet Freedom site and the individual links to the various articles.

Aaron West: Zero for Conduct
Allan Fish: Los olvidados (aka The Young and the Damned)
Anne Billson: Scandinavian horror film
Anonymous: Angel Face; Nobody’s Fool; Three Days of the Condor
Bill Crider: The Man in the Iron Mask (1998 film) [trailer]
B.V. Lawson: Media Murder
BNoirDetour: Shack Out on 101
Colin: Dakota Incident
Comedy Film Nerds: Erin Foley
Cynthia Fuchs: Sicario; Black Mass
Dan Stumpf: Chamber of Horrors (1966 film)
The Dana Gould Hour: “Paging Dr. Cyclops”
David Cramner: Longmire (Season 4)
David Vineyard: Kraft Suspense Theater: “The Deep End” (based on The Drowner by John D. MacDonald)
Dorian Bartilucci: A Hard Day’s Night; Help!
Doug Loves Movies: Sarah Silverman, Leonard Maltin, Owen Benjamin, Esther Povitsky
Elgin Bleecker: The Bastard (aka The Cats; 1968 film)
Elizabeth Foxwell: Tales of Tomorrow: “Age of Peril” (based on “Crisis 1999” by Fredric Brown)
Evan Lewis: Fallen Angels: “Fly Paper” (based on Dashiell Hammett’s Continental Op story)
Gary Deane: Slander
George Kelley: four Marilyn Monroe films
Gilligan Newton-John: School Spirit; The Invisible Maniac
How Did This Get Made?: Maximum Overdrive
Iba Dawson: Halloween recommendations
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Half-Nelson
Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “The Derelicts”
Jackie Kashian: Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work; Dana Gould; David Koechner
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Holiday Affair
James Clark: Miami Vice (the film)
James Reasoner: Chino; Yuma
Janet Varney: Mary Birdsong
Jerry House: Invasion of the Saucermen
John Grant: The Impossible Murder; Highly Dangerous; The Heart of Justice; “Monster”
Jonathan Lewis: Drums Across the River; 40 Guns to Apache Pass
Judy Geater: Thunder Birds
Karen Hannsberry: Lilly Turner
Kelly Robinson: The Great Gatsby (1926 film)
Ken Levine: Emmys; Emmys some more; Emmys past
Kliph Nesteroff: Day at Night: “Archie Moore”
Kristina Dijan: The Phantom of Crestwood; City that Never Sleeps; The Hidden Hand; Curse of the Undead; The Cobweb; Yellow Sky; Get Carter (1971)
Laura: I’ve Always Loved You; Jubilee Trail; Pollyanna (1960); The White Angel
Lindsey: Turner Classic Movies this week; Give a Girl a Break; The Talk of the Town (film); The Thin Man and its sequels
Lucy Brown: Heavens Above!
Marty McKee: 10 to Midnight; Vigilante Force; Vendetta
Mystery Dave: Frankie and Alice
Paddy Lee: The Sunshine Boys; The Red Pony; The Shootist
Patrick Murtha: Hustlers Convention
Patti Abbott: Twin Sisters (aka De Tweeling)
Pop My Culture: Paul Brittain
Raquel Stecher: Splendor in the Grass
Rick: The Bold Ones: The Protectors; Adam Adamant Lives!; The Baron
Road Stories: Cathy Ladman; Carrie Snow
Rod Lott: Angst; Lake Placid vs. Anaconda
Ruth: How to Marry a Millionaire (film); Flying Deuces
Sam Juliano: Cinema Paradiso
Scott A. Cupp: The Invisible Woman (1940)
Sergio Angelini: Ed McBain’s 57th Precinct: Ice
Stacia Jones: June Bride
Stephen Bowie: Lee Harvey Oswald v. television
Stephen Mullen: Ivan’s Children
Stephen Romano: 10 films of Obsession, Deception and Survival
Steve Lewis: Doctor Who: “The Monster of Peladon”
Victoria Loomes: To Have and Have Not
Vienna: Abilene Town
Yvette Banek: Sheila Levine is Dead and Living in New York





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

  1. There are others as productive, but few if any who so readily write as much about as many films as I feel fit the profile of what I’m hoping to highlight in these weekly roundelays…thanks, as always, for the signal boost…(since I hosted Friday Books this week, you have an entry there, as well).

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