o/t: since it’s Wednesday, it must be time for Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked Films and/or Other A/V

Todd’s incredibly popular weekly roundup continues. Click anywhere on the list and the Force will guide you to Todd’s Sweet Freedom page where you can click on the individual links. Me, I’m right now watching yet another Mantan Moreland/Frankie Darro flic: it’s the funniest I’ve ever seen Moreland, and Darro is for once holding himself back to do wonderful stuff as the straight man. Watch this space.

Anne Billson: Passion (2013 film)
Anonymous: I Wake Up Screaming; Bringing Up Baby; Like Crazy; Starter for 10; Late Autumn
Bhob Stewart: Florence La Badie; Alice Guy; Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks: “The 2000-Year-Old Man”; Sun Ra’s Outer Space Visual Communicator
The Big Broadcast: 29 November 2015
Bill Crider: Idiocracy [trailer]
Brian Arnold: Simple Gifts: “A Memory of Christmas”
B.V. Lawson: Media Murder
Colin: Comanche
Comedy Film Nerds: Laura House
Cullen Gallagher: The Thrill Killers
Cynthia Fuchs: Victor Frankenstein; Spotlight
Dan Stumpf: Black Friday; The Return of the Cisco Kid (Elizabeth Foxwell on Black Friday)
Dorian Bartolucci: The Fallen Sparrow
Ed Gorman: David Canary
Elizabeth Foxwell: The Wall Street Murder; “Imponderable”
Evan Lewis: Modesty Blaise (1982 tv pilot episode)
Gary Deane: Look in Any Window
George Kelley: Alfred Hitchcock: The Essentials Collection
Gilligan Newton-John: Young Nurses in Love; Naughty Nymphs (some NSFW imagery, particularly from the latter
How Did This Get Made?: Hackers
Iba Dawson: film noir in color
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Lured; The Long, Hot Summer; I’ll Cry Tomorrow; The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “The Crack of Doom”
Jackie Kashian: Suzy Soro
Jacqueline T. Lynch: The Next Voice You Hear
Jake Hinkson: The Big Night
James Clark: The Assassin (2015 film)
James Reasoner: Tomorrowland
Janet Varney: Paula Marshall
Jerry House: The US Steel Hour: “No Time for Sergeants”
John Grant: Flood Tide; The Girl Who Came Back
John F. Norris: Sherlock Holmes (stage); “The Skeleton Dance”
Jonathan Lewis: The Brothers Rico
Karen Hannsberry: Lynne Baggett; They Won’t Believe Me
Ken Levine: Supergirl falters; Hollywood evil tricks on writers some more; Films that begin well…
Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show: Richard Benjamin
Kristina Dijan: The Rounders (1965 film); Bob le flambeur; The Driver (1978 film); 1945 films; Ulzana’s Raid; Film & Television Diary
Laura G: 30 favorite films; TCM Xmas films; Roman Holiday; The Girl Most Likely; The Hoodlum Saint; Murder in the Private Car
Lucy Brown: Star of Midnight
Martin Edwards: Reclaim
Marty McKee: The Horror at 37,000 Feet; Seven (1979 film)
Michael Shonk: rarely seen television series
Mildred Perkins: modern Hallowe’en cartoons
Mystery Dave: The Cotton Club
Patricia Nolan-Hall: So Dear to My Heart
Patti Abbott: Starting Out in the Evening
Pop My Culture: Rob Heubel
Prashant Trikannad: New Year’s Eve (2011 film)
Renee Babcock and Jonathan Miles: World Fantasy Convention
Rick: The Bold Ones: The Lawyers; new DVD box sets
Rod Lott: Frenzy; A Christmas Horror Story; 8 Man
“Rupert Pupkin”: Shadows and Fog
Ruth Kerr: Sun Valley Serenade
Scott A. Cupp: The Brain That Wouldn’t Die
Sergio Angelini: Jigsaw (1962 film)
Stacia Jones: Bad Roomies; East Side Sushi; Alibi (1929 film)
Stephen Bowie: Don Carpenter and television
Stephen Gallagher: scripting the death of Doctor Who characters
Television Obscurities: 1990s favorites in US tv
Victoria Loomes: Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Vienna: Bess Flowers
Yvette Banek: “The Cobweb Hotel”


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