o/t: Todd Mason’s overlooked A/V: the links to reviews, interviews and more

Yes! It’s here again — the invaluable roundup of great a/v articles and reviews from around the intertubes. Click HERE to be taken to Todd’s Sweet Freedom blog and the individual links.

  • Adam Ferenz: Ex Machina
  • Allan Fish: Dark City
  • Anne Billson: Robert Altman
  • Bhob Stewart: Laurent Nicholas animation; Del Close; NPR Jazz Profiles; etc.
  • The Big Broadcast 14 Aug 2016
    7 p.m. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar
    “The Chesapeake Fraud Matter” Parts 2 + 3 (CBS, Original airdates October 18 and 19, 1955)
    7:30 p.m. Our Miss Brooks
    “Weekend at Crystal Lake” (CBS, Original airdate August 21, 1950)
    8 p.m. Gunsmoke
    “One For Lee”, episode 284 (CBS, Original airdate January 26, 1958)
    8:20 p.m. The Adventures of Superman
    “Airplane Disasters at Bridger Field” Part #5 (Mutual/MBS, Original airdate May 8, 1940)
    8:30 p.m. Dimension X
    “The Martian Chronicles” (NBC, Original airdate August 18, 1950)
    9 p.m. Dragnet
    ”Eric Kelby” aka “Body Buried in Nursery” (NBC, Original airdate September 3rd, 1949)
    9:30 p.m. Gang Busters
    “Four Feathers” (CBS, Original airdate January 21, 1950)
    10 p.m. The MGM Theatre Of The Air
    “Stamboul Quest” (MGM syndication, Original airdate July 14, 1950)
  • Bill Crider: Buck Privates [trailer]; Hold That Ghost! [trailer]
  • Brandie Ashe: The Iron Giant
  • B. V. Lawson: Media Murder
  • Christianne Benedict: Gravity
  • Classic Movie Salon: The Man Who Cheated Himself (last week); A Hatful of Rain (this coming Sunday)
  • Colin McGuigan: Three Hours to Kill
  • Comedy Film Nerds: Jackie Kashian on Suicide Squad; Samuel Prime
  • Cult TV: Dixon of Dock Green; Man at the Top
  • Cynthia Fuchs: Zero Days
  • Dan Stumpf: Mae West;
  • David Schleicher: Inception
  • David Vineyard: Blowing Wild;
  • Dean Treadway: Fahrenheit 451
  • Ed Howard: The Thing (from Another World)
  • Elgin Bleecker: Broadchurch (Season 2)
  • Elizabeth Foxwell: Shed No Tears; Twelve Angry Men (2005 stage play for radio); Man with a Camera: “Blind Spot”; Edgar Wallace PC Lee Stories (BBC Radio 4)
  • Eric Hillis: Monique; Underrated in 1976
  • Faculty of Horror: Ghostbusters
  • George Kelley: The Call of the Wild (1935 film); It’s Only a Play (stage); Batman: The Killing Joke
  • “Gilligan Newton-John”: sales of television programs in the US syndication market
  • How Did This Get Made?: The Phantom
  • Iba Dawson: Film noir in color
  • Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: Chicago Confidential; A Woman’s Face; Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence; HDNet Movies, FXM and MGM HD channels
  • Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: “Cell 227”
  • Jackie Kashian: Ashley Esqueda on late night television; Amy Dallen on Hamilton and more; with Maria Bamford in Montreal
  • Jackie Kashian and Laurie Kilmartin: The Jackie and Laurie Show
  • Jacqueline T. Lynch: Keeper of the Flame
  • Jake Hinkson: Noir City Chicago 8 festival
  • James Clark: Stranger Than Paradise; Knight of Cups
  • James Reasoner: Fugitive of the Plains; Captains of the Clouds
  • Janet Varney: Justin Kirk; Andrew Burlinson; Mark Gagliardi
  • Jerry House: The First World Fantasy Convention, 1975 (audio); Mr. I. A. Moto (NBC Radio); Son of Ingagi; “Bug Vaudeville”
  • Joel Bocko: Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion;
  • John Grant: The Fleischer Animations; Država (aka The State); Return from the Ashes; Phoenix (2014 film); Nausicaa; 1984 (1984 film)
  • John Scoleri: Dark Shadows Before I Die: the episodes reviewed
  • John Varley: Eight-Legged Freaks
  • Jonathan Lewis: Power of the Press; Shotgun (1955 film); The Ultimate Warrior (1973 film)
  • Karen Hannsberry: The Damned Don’t Cry
  • Kate Laity: Boom!
  • Ken Levine: Trapped in elevators; notes; new commercial broadcast series
  • Kliph Nesterhoff: The Mike Stokey Show; Gary Mule Deer
  • Kristina Dijan: August Film Diary; Things I Learned from the Movies Blogathon
  • Laura G.: The Maverick (1952 film); The Mouthpiece (1932 film); Ridin’ for Justice; Stop, You’re Killing Me; The Navajo Trail; Fixer Dugan; Winter Carnival (1939 film); Flame of the West
  • Lesley Gaspar: Safe in Hell
  • Lindsay D.: Big Leaguer
  • Lucy Brown: Dancing on the Edge
  • Maltin on Movies: Phil Proctor of The Firesign Theatre
  • Martin Edwards: The Reeds; Joy Swift’s Original Murder Mystery Weekends
  • Marty McKee: Cyborg 2: Glass Shadow
  • Mildred Perkins: The Crazies (1973 & 2010 films)
  • Mitchell Hadley: NBN Television restoration; 21 August 1968 M-SP tv listings; TV Guide, 17 August 1968
  • Movie Sign with the Mads: Valley of the Dolls
  • Noel Vera: Batman: The Killing Joke; Super
  • Patricia Nolan-Hall: New York Confidential
  • Patti Abbott: Laura (1944 film); film comedy; Roc; Don’t Think Twice
  • Paul Brazill: The Weekenders: The Wonderful and Frightening World of Mark E. Smith
  • Pierre de Plume: Sleeper
  • Pop My Culture: Epic Lloyd and Mary Doodles
  • Raquel Stecher: Holiday Affair
  • Rick: The Big Clock; swimming pools in film; Plimpton! (tv series featuring George Plimpton)
  • Robert Ham: Underrated films of 1976
  • Robert Hornack: King Kong (1933): Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • Rod Lott: Kill Squad; The Hills Have Eyes II; Baby Ghost; Corpse Mania; Sausage Party; The Boy Who Cried Werewolf; Guyana: Cult of the Damned; Mars Needs Women; Blood (2009 film); The Cave of Silken Web; Hellhole
  • Ruth Kerr: The Classic Movie History Project; He Ran All the Way; Things I Learned from the Movies Blogathon
  • Salome Wilde: Mr. Holmes; Gods and Monsters; Moonrise; My Top Ten Film Noir Psychopaths; Brit Noir and Jean Simmons; John Sturges: Western/Noir; Fritz Lang; Miklós Rózsa
  • Sergio Angelini: What Have You Done to Solange?; And Soon the Darkness
  • Stacia Jones: It’s a Date; My Fellow Americans; The Russian Woodpecker
  • Stacie Ponder: The Haunting of Julia; The Night Evelyn Came out of the Grave
  • Stephen Bowie: Playhouse 90: “Alas, Babylon”
  • Stephen Mullen: The Island of Lost Souls; Things to Come (1936)
  • Steve Lewis: The Killing; Treasury Men in Action: “The Case of the Deadly
    Dilemma”
  • TV Obscurities: Kyle MacDonnell
  • Tynan: High and Low; Love in the Afternoon; In the Mood for Love; The Set-Up; Living is Easy with Eyes Closed
  • Victoria Loomes: Terence Fisher, Christopher Lee and Dracula
  • Vienna: The Enforcer (1951 film); Cary Grant
  • Walter Albert: She (1935 film); Lady on a Train
  • Yvette Banek: The Three Musketeers (1948 film)
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