o/t: somewhere in the world it must still be Tuesday — Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

The Childhood Movies countdown at Wonders in the Dark may be over now, but Todd has still managed to find a tremendous roster of good stuff to include in his weekly roundup. As always, click anywhere on the list to kickstart the patented Noirish ansible app into transporting you instantaneously to Todd’s Sweet Freedom blog and the links for the individual articles, reviews, etc.

Anne Billson: Alternate chick flicks
Anonymous: Libeled Lady; Scarface; Joan Leslie; People Will Talk
Bhob Stewart: August Derleth and Cornell Woolrich adapted for comics, television and film
Bill Crider: The Frogmen [trailer]
Brian Arnold: Will Vinton’s Claymation Comedy of Horrors; “A Ghost on Hallowe’en”
B.V. Lawson: Media Murder
Colin: The Last Posse
Comedy Film Nerds: Jackie Kashian
Criterion Blues: Kristina Dijan and classic film blogging
Cullen Gallagher: A Town Called Hell
Cynthia Fuchs: Crimson Peak; Bridge of Spies
Dan Stumpf: Voodoo Woman; The Disembodied
The Dana Gould Hour: Hallowe’en edition with Patton Oswalt
David Vineyard: Have Gun, Will Travel: “The Gladiators” (television)
Diana B: Carmen Miranda and the Good Neighbor Policy
Dorian and Vinnie Bartilucci: Three O’Clock Courage; Strange Brew
Ed Walker et al.: The Big Broadcast
Elgin Bleecker: Cleo from 5 to 7
Elizabeth Foxwell: “Disorder in the Court”
Evan Lewis: Fallen Angels: “I’ll Be Waiting”
Fritz Leiber interviewed by Randall Garrett, 1978
Gary Deane: Strange Bargain; Chair de poule
George Kelley: The Last Kingdom; Starsky and Hutch: The Complete Series
Gilligan Newton-John: The Playbirds; Massage Parlor Massacre; Shock Theater
Iba Dawson: Out of the Past: Investigating Film Noir
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Don Rickles Specials, Volume 1
J. Kingston Pierce: Bouchercon
Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “Help Wanted”
Jackie Kashian: 2011 Summer Superhero Films; Dwayne Perkins on Jay-Z and movie podcasting
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Jane Wyatt: We’re Only Human; Pitfall
James Clark: Leon Morin, Priest
James Reasoner: It Came from Outer Space
Janet Varney: Tara Platt
Jerry House: Purple Death from Outer Space: TED Talks: “Brian Greene: Is Our Universe the Only Universe?”
John Grant: Whistle Down the Wind; The Undying Monster; Peekaboo
Jonathan Lewis: Monster on the Campus
Karen Hannsberry: Detour
Kate Laity: National Theatre Live: Hamlet; Bouchercon
Kelly Robinson: The Fall of the House of Usher (1928); The Cat and the Canary (1927): Frankenstein (1910); The Bat (1926); Genuine (1920); The Penalty (1920)
Ken Levine: hit procedurals; stupid ads: writing Cheers
Kristina Dijan: Thunder Road; The Man Who Could Cheat Death; Dead of Night (1945)
Laura G.: No Man’s Woman; The Homesteaders; The Round-Up; Palm Springs Classic Science Fiction Film Festival; Julie Adams; Fargo (1952 film); Riders of the Purple Sage (1941 film)
Lucy Brown: The Mad Miss Manton
Martin Edwards: Unforgotten
Marty McKee: Indian Raid, Indian Made; American Ninja 2: The Confrontation
Michael Shonk: The Player (tv series)
Mystery Dave: Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Patricia Nolan-Hall: Sleepers West (James Reasoner’s recent review)
Patrick Murtha: The October Man
Patti Abbott: The L-Shaped Room; Sicario
Pop My Culture: Lori Alan
Randy Krbechek: Outside the Law.
Raquel Stecher: Nosferatu rescored
Rick: The Invisible Man Returns; Murder on the Orient Express (1974 film); Poirot: “Murder on the Orient Express”
Rod Lott: Dark Places; WNUF Hallowe’en Special; Neon Maniacs; Theater of the Deranged II
“Rupert Pupkin”: The Naked Prey
Ruth: 42nd Street; Strangers on a Train
Salome: Pickup
Sam Juliano: The 400 Blows
Scott Cupp: Dr. Jekyll vs, the Werewolf
Sergio Angelini: Forbidden Photos of a Lady Above Suspicion
Stacia Jones: Persecuted
Stephen Bowie: Jack Laird and Jeri Emmett
Steve Bailey: The Big Combo
Television Obscurities: My Living Doll
Todd Mason: 13 Horror Films; 13 Suspense Films; 13 more outre films; 10 obscure horror tv series
Victoria Loomes: The Fifth Element
Vienna: Rafaela Ottiano
Yvette Banek: A New Leaf

4 thoughts on “o/t: somewhere in the world it must still be Tuesday — Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

    • Thanks, Sam…and thanks for all the good work. Seems like you’re getting a lot of static over who and how a certain sf film list is going to be assembled, which is odd…surely no one thinks any single list is ever going to be seen as definitive?

    • I’m extraordinarily flattered/honored by your invitation — many thanks! My big reservation is that I have a book to deliver to its publisher by the end of February, so late-January is approximately the time that I’ll be panicking because I haven’t done nearly as much of it as I should. Please let me think about this dilemma!

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