o/t: Todd Mason’s Tuesday’s Overlooked A/V . . . on a Tuesday!

Yet another of Todd’s very useful roundups. As always, click anywhere on the list to be transported to his Sweet Freedom blog and the individual links.
Anne Billson; Rep: Older Films I Saw in Theaters in 2015

Anonymous: The Double Life of Veronique; The Lady Eve

Bhob Stewart: Ryan Larkin; Hunger by Peter Foldes; Alicia Minor’s “Cannibal Holocaust”

The Big Broadcast: 3 January 2016

Bill Crider: Secret of the Incas [clip, albeit w/spoilers]

Brian Arnold: Popeye: “Spinach Greetings”

BV Lawson: Media Murder

Colin: Santa Fe Passage

Comedy Film Nerds: Year’s End

The Cracked Podcast: Movies Which Would Be Better from a Different POV

Cynthia Fuchs: Left on Purpose; Missing People

Dan Stumpf: It’s in the Bag [and previous takes: Walter Albert’s and my own]

David Vineyard: The Yellow One

Elgin Bleecker: Cold in July

Eve: Leatrice Joy Gilbert Fountain

Elizabeth Foxwell: The Unholy Four (aka The Stranger Came Home); Red Nightmare

Evan Lewis: Captain Midnight (a 1955 tv episode)

Gary Deane: 11 for 2015

George Kelley: Brooklyn; Carol

Gilligan Newton-John: Benji (the audio/storybook adaptation); Take This Job and Shove It; four obscure action films (some NSFW imagery); Ice Capades 1975

Iba Dawson: Miles Ahead; Macbeth (2015)

Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Cattle Empire; the GetTV network, et al.; classic Xmas films

Jack Seabrook, Peter E Enfantino, John Scoleri, Jose Cruz and Gilbert: 2015 favorites, new and reissued

Jackie Kashian: Brock Wilbur on Silent Hill and other horror-oriented video games; Kashian and Laurie Kilmartin’s new podcast

Jacqueline T. Lynch: classic Xmas films

Jake Hinkson: 2015, old and new films

James Branscome: 2015 discoveries of older films

James Clark: Flight of the Red Balloon

James Reasoner: Mr. Moto Takes a Chance

Janet Varney: Aya Cash

Jerry House: The Scarecrow (1920 film)

John Grant: The Painted Lady; Mystery of the 13th Guest

Jonathan Lewis: Hero and the Terror; You and Me

Karen Hannsberry: Convicted; The Criminal Code

Kate Laity: The Ealing Comedies

Ken Levine: Wayne Rogers; how US broadcast networks might get out of their slump

Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show: Kelly Carlin

Kristina Dijan: Jack the Ripper (1959 film); The Life of Jimmy Dolan; Highway Dragnet; A Matter of Life and Death; December films

Laura G: The Letter; And Now Tomorrow; Cy Endfield; Hitler’s Children; Dial Red O; Pillow to Post

Lucy Brown: The First of the Few

Marty McKee: Truck Turner; Escape 2000 (aka Turkey Shoot)

Mildred Perkins: Fido

Mystery Dave: The Aviator

Patricia Nolan-Hall: The Absent-Minded Professor

Patti Nase Abbott: Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams; Michael Caine; One and Done

Pop My Culture: Matt Mira

Rick: Homicidal; 2015 most popular posts

Robert/Television Obscurities: WCBW (later WCBS) schedule, Week of 29 June 1941; Code 3 (tv series); The Ghostbreaker (1967 telefilm/pilot)

Rod Lott: On Her Bed of Roses; House of Long Shadows; Fantastic Four (2015 film); Shriek of the Mutilated

Rupert Pupkin: Figures in a Landscape

Ruth Kerr: Borderline

Sachin Gandhi: 2015 Top Ten films, and honorable mentions

Scott Cupp: Them!

Sergio Angelini: film noir

Stacia Kissick Jones: The Earth vs. the Flying Saucers; The Discoverers

Stephen Bowie: The “Vast Wasteland” at 50

Steve Lewis: Confidentially Yours [aka…]; Ghost Story: “The New House” (pilot)

Todd Mason: Fred Allen memorialized by Toshiko Akiyoshi, Cyd Charisse and Ann Landers among more likely folk; recent television series in “less-traveled” pathways:
The Man in the High Castle (Amazon)
Midtown (TuffTV broadcast/Amazon streaming)
Everyone’s Crazy But Us (Funny or Die/YouTube streaming)
The Hotwives of Atlanta (Hulu)
No, You Shut Up! (Fusion cablecast/YouTube streaming)
W/Bob & David (Netflix)
The Price of More (Crackle streaming)
Falcón (CinéMoi cable/streaming)
Spotless (Esquire Network/streaming)
Flesh and Bone (Starz)

Vienna: The Letter

Wallace Stroby: The Five Best Heist Films You’ve Never Seen

WTF: Gloria Steinem and Kliph Nesteroff


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