o/t: the return of Todd Mason’s Overlooked A/V!

After a longish hiatus, Todd’s back with his incredibly useful roundup of web articles/reviews concerning various movies (and other a/v items) that all too often get overlooked. Go to Todd’s Sweet Freedom blog by clicking HERE for the individual links.

  • A. J. Wright: Aldridge Gardens
  • Alice Chang: Nioh (videogame)
  • The Big Broadcast, 2 April 2017
  • Bill Crider: Where the Boys Are (1960 film)
  • Brian Lindenmuth; Bonanza: “Five Sundowns”
  • Bryan Senn: 7 Overlooked Werewolf Films
  • B.V. Lawson: Media Murder
    Classic Movie Salon
  • Colin McGulgan: The Gambler from Natchez
  • Comedy Film Nerds: Riley Silverman; Paul Gilmartin (of Dinner and a Movie)
  • Cult TV: Whodunnit?; Doctor Who: “The Gunfighters” (BBC 1966)
  • Cynthia Fuchs: Tickled; Tickling Giants
  • Dan Stumpf: Wild Women
  • David Cramner: Hell or High Water
  • David Vineyard: The Ship of Monsters (La nave de los monstrous)
  • Elgin Bleecker: Return to Warbow
  • Elizabeth Foxwell: Guilty Bystander; Fourteen Hours
  • Eric Hillis: Tower of London
  • The Faculty of Horror: The Night of the Hunter; The Innocents
  • Francis M. Nevins: Perry Mason: “The Case of the Restless Redhead”
  • Freddie Moore: 2010: Moby Dick
  • Gary Deane: Assigned to Danger
  • George Kelley: The Importance of Being Earnest (1952 film)
  • “Gilligan Newton-John”: Spasmo; In the Devil’s Garden
  • How Did This Get Made?: Sleepwalkers
  • Iba Dawson: I Am Not Your Negro
  • Ivan G. Shreve Jr.: Big Town After Dark; French Quarter; Sky Liner
  • Jack Seabrook: The Alfred Hitchcock Hour: “Murder Case”
  • Jackie Kashian: Tyler Hinman on Locked Room Escape games
  • Jackie Kashian and Laurie Kilmartin: The Jackie and Laurie Show
  • Jacqueline T. Lynch: The Best Things in Life Are Free
  • Jake Hinkson: Hardcore (1979 film)
  • James Reasoner: Barely Lethal
  • Janet Varney/The JV Club: Alice Lowe
  • J. D . Lafrance: Ruby in Paradise
  • Jedidiah Ayres: Coronado
  • Jerry House: Africa Speaks!; TEDx: “STEM and the Arts”
  • Jim Laczkowski: Underrated 1987 films
  • John Grant: The Catman of Paris; River Patrol; Suspense (1913 film)
  • John Scoleri: Dark Shadows Before I Die: the episodes reviewed
  • John Varley: Mascots; Loving
  • Jonathan Lewis: The She Beast
  • Juri Nummelin: Teuvo Tulio
  • Karen Hannsberry: Female; The Big Sleep (1946 film); Pushover
  • Kate Laity: Will Eisner Centennial
  • Ken Levine: The Business of Network Television; Amy Schumer: The Leather Special
  • Kim Newman: A Dark Song
  • Kliph Nesteroff: Danny Thomas Presents The Wonderful World of Burlesque
  • Kristina Dijan: “The Winemaker”; Gold Diggers of 1933; Film Discoveries of 2016
  • Laura G: The Accused (1949 film); Turner Classic Movies in April; 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival
  • Lindsay D.: The Exiles (1961 film)
  • Maltin on Movies: Quincy Jones
  • Martin Edwards: Left Coast Crime: Honolulu Havoc; Torment (1950 film)
  • Marty McKee: Heavy Metal; Count Yorga, Vampire
  • Mildred Perkins: Train to Busan
  • Mitchell Hadley: Los Angeles TV: 7 April 1998; TV Guide, 45th anniversary issue (4 April 1998)
  • Movie Sign with the Mads: Gymkata; Singin’ in the Rain; Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Noel Vera: Rice Soldiers
  • Patricia Nolan-Hall: Avanti!; Tales of Manhattan; Shane
  • Patti Nase Abbott: Sleeper
  • The Projection Booth: Kissed
  • Raquel Stecher: Alive and Kicking; 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival
  • Rick: The Accidental Tourist; Raymond Burr
  • Rod Lott: The Ambushers; Camp Massacre; Up Your Ladder
  • “Rupert Pupkin”: Out of the Past; The Hudsucker Proxy; One Way Passage
  • Ruth Kerr: The China Syndrome
  • Salome Wilde: The Night Caller; “Key Lime Pie”
  • Sergio Angelini: The House That Dripped Blood
  • Stacia Kissick Jones: Demon Seed; The Yakuza; The Last Best Year
  • Stacie Ponder: The Exorcist Director’s Cut
  • Stephen Bowie: Mary Tyler Moore’s best episodes: The Dick Van Dyke Show
  • Stephen Gallagher: British Library: Victorian Entertainments: There Will Be Fun
  • Steve Lewis: The Falcon in Hollywood
  • Television Obscurities: Willy
  • Theresa Brown: Tomorrow is Another Day
  • Todd Mason: Robert Bloch adaptations: Molle Mystery Theater: “Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper”; Thriller: “The Cheaters”; “The Devil’s Ticket”; Torture Garden
  • Tynan: Chimes at Midnight; Tarzan the Ape Man (1932 film)
  • Vienna: Man on a Tightrope; Doris Day
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6 thoughts on “o/t: the return of Todd Mason’s Overlooked A/V!

  1. Not sure that I am, but at least I’m creaking along.

    The breadth of my remit has puzzled at least one of the included this week

    I guess that’s inevitable.

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