o/t: Todd Mason’s Overlooked A/V: the links to reviews, essays, discussions of film, television, live performance, podcasts and radio and more . . .

And another installment of Todd’s useful roundup of great movie and other a/v writing on the intertubes. Click HERE to be taken to Todd’s Sweet Freedom site and all the individual links.

A. J. Jacobs: Alabama actresses before 1960
Alice Chang: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Anne Billson: The Life of Oharu
The Big Broadcast: 23 April 2017
Bill Crider: Beau Brummell (1954 film) [trailer]
Bob Freedlander: The Big Heat; Experiment in Terror
Brian Busby: Tour de Force
Brian Lindenmuth: films based on the fiction of Lewis B. Patten
B. V. Lawson: Media Murder
Colin McGulgan: Money, Women and Guns
Comedy Film Nerds: Faith Choyce
Cult TV: George and the Dragon
Cynthia Fuchs: Headshot; Queen of Katwe
Dan Stumpf: Big House, U.S.A.
The Dana Gould Hour: Kliph Nesteroff, Drew Friedman; Pete Aronson
Elgin Bleecker: Charade
Elizabeth Foxwell: First Edition: “Elmore Leonard” (1984 long interview)
Eric Hillis: Hard Times; The Entity
The Faculty of Horror: 2016 in review
George Kelley: Dead Again; Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
How Did This Get Made?: Escape from LA (see Movie Sign with the Mads)
Iba Dawson: Feud: Bette and Joan
International Waters: Andy Kindler; Scott Thompson; Sara Morgan; Chris Morgan
Ivan G. Shreve Jr.: Ducks and Drakes; Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?; Fast Break; Crime Does Not Pay: “Desert Death”
Jack Seabrook, John Scoleri, Jose Cruz, Gilbert and Peter E Enfantino: 2016 film, tv and more highlights (and less so)
Jackie Kashian/The Dork Forest: Rebecca Sugar on musicals
Jackie Kashian and Laurie Kilmartin: The Jackie and Laurie Show
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Night and Day; De-Lovely
Jake Hinkson: Chicago Film Society
James Reasoner: Lady on a Train
Janet Varney/The J. V. Club: Amy Shira Teitel
J. D. Lafrance: Glengarry Glen Ross (film)
Jedidiah Ayres: On the Job
Jerry House: “Max, the Heartbreaker”; 1960?? Jimmy Cricket! (ABC Radio 1947 documentary of sorts featuring Disney voice actors)
John Grant: The Medusa Touch; La Foire aux Chimères; Flesh and the Spur
John Scoleri: Dark Shadows Before I Die
John Varley: Poltergeist (1982 film); The Night Manager
Jonathan Lewis: The Funhouse (1981 film)
Judy Gold/Kill Me Now: Cathy Ladman & Leslie Popkin; Laurie Kilmartin/Part 2
Karen Hannsberry: Great Villains Blogathon, Day 1
Kate Laity: She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry
Ken Levine: belaboring the joke; WGA labor action
Kim Newman: Mindhorn; I Start Counting; Drive, He Said
Kliph Nesteroff: Here Come the Stars (1968 television); The Phyllis Diller Show
Kristina Dijan: Children of Paradise; The Dark Tower (1943 film)
Laura G.: The Richest Girl in the World; Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival; Other Men’s Women; Wanted! Jane Turner; Ladies of the Jury
Lindsey D.: Broadway Babies; Rome Adventure
The Long Shot: Betsy Sodaro
Maltin on Movies: festivals
Martin Edwards: CWA Annual Conference
Marty McKee: Superman and the Mole Men; The Golden Gate Murders
Mildred Perkins: Dracula’s Daughter
Mitchell Hadley: Atlanta television, 27 April 1977; TV Guide, 23 April 1977
Movie Sign with the Mads: Escape from New York; The African Queen
Noel Vera: Hell or High Water
Patricia Nolan-Hall: Speedy; Hammett’s Kasper Gutman in film
Paul D Brazill: The Bed-Sitting Room
The Projection Booth: The Red Shows; eXistenZ
Phil Nobile, Jr.: Roger Moore on Live and Let Die (courtesy Paul Brazill)
Raquel Stecher: Panique; The Graduate at 50
Rick: The Fortune Cookie
Rod Lott: Attack of the Morningside Monster; Beware! The Blob
Ruth Kerr: Great Villains Blogathon
Salome Wilde: The Scarlet Hour v. Pushover
Scott Cupp: Night of the Lepus
Serena Bramble: The Light Between Oceans
Sergio Angelini: Inspector Morse: “The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn” (Sergio points us to Chris Sullivan’s post on this episode.)
Stacia Kissick Jones: Macbeth (1948 film); Daisy Kenyon
Stacie Ponder: The Haunting
Steve Lewis: Desire and Hall at the Sunset Motel; Nine Lives are Not Enough; The Black Tent
Stephen Bowie: UK television: The Man in Room 17; It’s Dark Outside; The Plane Makers; Public Eye
Stephen Gallagher: The Beast of Hollow Mountain
Television Obscurities: Your Television Babysitter (Dumont Network, 1948-51)
Todd Mason: Soundstage, Jazz Casual, Playboy’s Penthouse and other jazz television and film footage featuring Lambert, Hendricks and Ross or Bavan
Tynan: The 400 Blows; Divorce, Italian Style
Vienna: That’s Entertainment!
Walker Martin: Windy City Pulp Convention 2017
Yvette Banek: The Manchurian Candidate (1962 film)

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5 thoughts on “o/t: Todd Mason’s Overlooked A/V: the links to reviews, essays, discussions of film, television, live performance, podcasts and radio and more . . .

  1. Thanks, sir! Don’t know why I want to remake A. J. Wright into A. J. Jacobs, but when I half-asleep I will…Sergio Angelini would occasionally find himself commissioning Morricone scores and teaching Eastwood by example, at least as I would credit him. I’m surprised I haven’t decided you were Donne, when I should’ve been.

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