o/t: I know, I know, it’s already Thursday, my bad . . . but here’s Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V at last!

Posts got a little backed up here at Noirly Towers, so I’m late with this. However, better thing than wotzit, as they say. Thanks to the miracles of technology (whatever will these young people think of next?), if you click anywhere on the list you’ll be transported by wormhole to Todd’s Sweet Freedom site, where you’ll find the individual links.

Allan Fish: Jeux interdits (aka Forbidden Games); Mouchette

Anne Billson: favorite horror films (and part two)

Anonymous: The Virgin Suicides

Bill Crider: Young Sherlock Holmes [trailer]

B.V. Lawson: Media Murder

BNoirDetour: Pickup on South Street

Colin: Day of the Outlaw

Comedy Film Nerds: LA PodFest; Everest; Pawn Sacrifice; Shawn Merek on LA PodFest, Black Mask, EarBuds, etc.

Cynthia Fuchs: 99 Homes; Everest

Dan Stumpf: Conflict

David Cramner: Longmire (Season 4)

David Vineyard: Blake and Mortimer

Dorian Bartilucci: Agnes Moorehead

Doug Loves Movies: with Jon Hamm, Kumail Nanjani, and Max Landis

Elgin Bleecker: Call Northside 777

Elizabeth Foxwell: Fast and Loose

Evan Lewis: “The Three Troubledoers”

Gary Deane: The Glass Alibi; The Big Bluff

George Kelley: House of Cards (US season three)

Gilligan Newton-John: Street Trash

Iba Dawson: They Made Me a Fugitive

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Duelling serials: Superman v. Atom Man

Jackie Kashian: Easy A; Matthew Diffee (cartoonist, juggler, musician)

Jacqueline T. Lynch: Joan Crawford

James Reasoner: Sleepers West

Janet Varney: Joy Osmanski

Jerry House: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “Appointment at Eleven”

John Grant: A Killer Walks; It Couldn’t Have Happened (But It Did)

Jon Warner: Kes

Jonathan Lewis: San Quentin

Judy Geater: William Wellman

Juri Nummelin: Black Rainbow

Karen Hannsberry: 1947 in film

Kate Laity: A Woman’s Secret; “The Underpass”

Kelly Robinson: 31 Days of Silent Horror

Ken Levine: Approaches to comedy; Life in Pieces, for example; obscure jokes in sitcoms

Kliph Nesteroff: The Hollywood Palace: Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Edie Adams, Buddy Rich (1969)

Kristina Dijan: Elevator to the Gallows; The Double Man; Green for Danger; Golden Salamander; The Murder of Dr. Harrigan

Laura G.: Confession (1937 film); The Cherokee Strip; Dr. Gillespie’s Criminal Case; Wyoming Mail; Moonlight on the Prairie; Walter Pidgeon

Lucy Brown: Dancing on the Edge

Marty McKee: The Interns: “An Afternoon in the Fall”; Beyond the Reach; The Expendables III

Lee Price: The Fallen Idol

Marilyn Ferdinand: Cria Cuervos

Mystery Dave: Dear White People

Paddy Lee: Down to the Sea in Ships

Patrick Murtha: The Lynch Pin

Patti Abbott: DeliMan; Mistress America

Pop My Culture: Matt Kirshen

Raquel Stecher: A Face in the Crowd

Rick: Quartet (1948 film); Hugh Fraser

Rod Lott: Turkey Shoot; The Editor; The Spirit (1987 film); Into the Grizzly Maze

Ruth: Love from a Stranger

Scott Cupp: The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy

Sergio Angelini: Ed McBain’s 87th Precinct: Lightning

Stacia Jones: Jewel Robbery; Gloria (1980 film)

Stephen Bowie: TV and the legacy of the Red Channels blacklists

Steve Lewis: The Flash: “Pilot” (2014); The Grid; The Remarkable Andrew

Todd Mason: spoken word/audio drama record labels: Prestige Lively Arts; Alternate World Recordings and Analog Records

Victoria Loomes: Mon Oncle

Vienna: Hunt the Man Down

Yvette Banek: Homecoming

6 thoughts on “o/t: I know, I know, it’s already Thursday, my bad . . . but here’s Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V at last!

    • Theoretically the denture ventures are over, but eating’s still a major hassle and most of the time I sound as if I’m trying to speak and drink a beer at the same time. This is a slight worry because, the next couple of weekends, I have a pair of speaking engagements to do, and I’m still concerned that, should I sneeze, I might land my bottom plate somewhere in the middle of the front row. Luckily the gig on the 10th is local and really very minor — one of those where I’d be startled if anyone turned up — but the one on the 17th, in Philly, is somewhat more prestigious and — gasp! — actually paid. I may have to see if I can construct an oulipo speech, entirely lacking in the letter s.

  1. And, as I thought was appended to the last comment…sorry, and hope the dentures are settling in further (or the mouth is settling in around them)…and thanks for the info…I’m not sure I’ve heard of that organization at all.

    • PhACT stands for the Philadelphia Association for Critical Thinking. I’ve performed for them before, and the turnout was quite impressive, while the people who run it are a great bunch.

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