Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 31 07:50:28 PDT 2015

A rather complicated and crowded week has delayed the usual Tuesday into Wednesday full accounting of Overlooked A/V, so I'm in the process of putting together One Big Post for the week including results of all three roundelays I typically am involved with: the A/V, the Underappreciated Music (monthly, in progress!) and Friday's Books (this week, from me, devoted to the anthologies and other work by 1960s/70s Scholastic Books Services horror and Jack London specialist Betty M. Owen) Happy Hallowe'en! (I blame the Hobgoblins at the Bathhouse...from the Vincent Price album cited/linked to below...and it wasn't quite That much more innocent a time when that Caedmon record was released!)

Ali Karim: Bouchercon
Anne Billson: The Heat and its cat
Anonymous: Maureen O'Hara; Short Term 13; The Dark Corner; The Professionals
Anonymous 4 (my early-music-loving friend) recommends: Anatomy Lesson by Joy Cutler
Bhob Stewart: Jack Kerouac reads Dr. Sax; One Fast Move or I'm Gone
Bill Crider: Never Too Late [trailer]
Brian Arnold: And Now the Screaming Starts!
B. V. Lawson: Media Murder
Colin: Shotgun
Comedy Film Nerds: Tyler Smith and David Bax
Cullen Gallagher: Blood and Lace
Cynthia Fuchs: Life Itself
Dan Stumpf: Malpertuis (aka The Legend of Doom House)
David Vineyard: Dellamorte Dellamore (aka Cemetery Man)
Diana B: Early AMC, and TCM now/‪#‎LetsMovie‬
Dorian Bartilucci: North by Northwest
Ed Walker's last The Big Broadcast
Elizabeth Foxwell: The Chalk Garden
Evan Lewis: Nosferatu (1922) restored
Gary Deane: Hell Bound
George Kelley: Burn, Witch, Burn!
Gilligan Newton-John: There's Nothing Out There
How Did This Get Made?: Death Spa
Iba Dawson: NY ComicCon
Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.: The Great American Dream Machine
J. Kingston Pierce: origins of The Streets of San Francisco
Jack Seabrook: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: "The Orderly World of Mr. Appleby"
Jackie Kashian: Crazy Stupid Love; Breanna Conley on photobooths
Jacqueline T. Lynch: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein; Maureen O'Hara
James Clark: The Red Circle 
James Reasoner: The Cat and the Canary (1939 film) 
Janet Varney: All Jane Comedy Festival; Rhea Butcher 
Jerry House: Drop Dead! (Arch Oboler's 1962 album): "The Dark" 
Vincent Price reads Joseph Payne Brennan's "The Calamander Chest" (Caedmon Records)--a favorite of Jerry Houses's.
An earlier Price/Caedmon Hallowe'en-themed album
John Grant: Blues in the Night; Woman Unafraid 
Jonathan Lewis: Billy the Kid vs. Dracula: The Walking Dead (1936 film); Terror Train
Karen Hannsberry: Guest in the House 
Kelly Robinson: Destiny (1921 film); The Phantom of the Opera (1925 film); Melinmontant; Die Pest in Florenz (aka The Plague in Florence); Warning Shadows (1923 film); Der Golem (1920 film); Au Secours!
Ken Levine: Friday questions 
Kristina Dijan: The Uninvited (1944 film); Cloverfield; Tremors; The Devil Rides Out; Rodan; Underrated 1955 films; The Abominable Dr. Phibes; horror films 
Laura G.: She Wore a Yellow Ribbon; Appaloosa; Palm Springs Classic Science Fiction Film Festival; Public Hero #1; Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956 film); Flaxy Martin
Lucy Brown: Mrs. Biggs
Marty McKee: Nightmare in Chicago (longer variation on Kraft Suspense Theater: "Once Upon a Savage Night"); The Zebra Force; The Bubble; Invasion of the Blood Farmers
Michael Shonk: US commercial broadcast primetime
Mystery Dave: Focus 
Patricia Nolan-Hall: 3 Bad Men; Werewolf of London
Patti Abbott: sitcoms; The Dick Van Dyke Show: "It May Look Like a Walnut"
Pop My Culture: Scott Aukerman 
Prashant Trikannad: Million Dollar Arm
Rick: The Norliss Tapes; Universal's 1940s Mummy films; Hammer's Dracula films from best to worst 
Rod Lott: Trick or Treat (1986 film); Tales of Hallowe'en; Dark Places; The Lodger (2009 film); Hidden (2015 film); Trapped Ashes; Colour-Correct My Cock; The Vatican Tapes; I Spit on Your Grave III: Vengeance is Mine
"Rupert Pupkin": Twice Upon a Time
Ruth: The Italian Straw Hat 
Salome: The Leopard Man; Asphalt; I Wake Up Screaming
Sam Juliano: City of the Dead (aka Horror Hotel)
Scott A. Cupp: Count Yorga, Vampire
Sergio Angelini: Sheila Levine is Dead and Living in New York (Yvette Banek on this one.)
Stacia Jones: Murder, My Sweet
Stephen Jones: Serge Krizman
Steve Bailey: The Creature with the Atom Brain
Steve Lewis: Mimic; B.A.D. Cats: "Pilot" 
Television Obscurities: favorite '80s obscure series
Victoria Loomes: Twin Peaks: "Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer"
Vienna: Maureen O'Hara; The Unknown Man 

Yvette Banek: favorite Hallowe'en films

--Todd Mason

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