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Thursday Radio: The Most Dangerous Game Thursday Radio: The Most Dangerous Game

From Suspense. With Orson Welles. Also included is the same story on Escape. With Paul Frees.

Chicken Pepperoni Chicken Pepperoni

From Seems Like Old Times (1980).

The Amityville Horror (1979) The Amityville Horror (1979)

Coming up tonight on this-TV. James Brolin, Margot Kidder. Directed by Stuart Rosenberg.

The Trial of Thomas Hogg The Trial of Thomas Hogg

1647, New Haven Colony. “Hogg was accused of bestiality when a neighbourhood sow gave birth to piglets that allegedly resembled him. Unlike several men and boys convicted of the crime and consequently hanged in the 1640s and ensuing decades, Hogg refused to confess, thus avoiding the death penalty. Called “the most…

Black Bart Black Bart

A bizarre story. Written by Andrew Bergman. With Louis Gossett, Jr. and Steve Landesberg. Warner Bros. produced this show (1975) with CBS in order to keep control of the movie rights, because of a clause in Mel Brooks’ contract, and kept on producing the show, after only airing the pilot once, but a movie sequel never…

Skirrid Skirrid

A Game of Shapes and Numbers. 1979 New from the Museum of Classic Chicago Television.

Commentary Tracks of the Damned Commentary Tracks of the Damned

I was never a regular AV Club reader so I missed some of the features in the past that were good, compared to the features now on Kinja, not so good. I love commentaries but hadn’t seen most of the flops mentioned here. I did see Hudson Hawk. Don’t let anyone tell you that was an underappreciated movie. It stunk.

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963)

Coming up tonight on this-TV. Directed by Stanley Kramer.

Week of the Week Week of the Week

1876 – The first game in the history of the National League was played at the Jefferson Street Grounds in Philadelphia. This game is often pointed to as the beginning of the MLB.

That Was Poe That Was Poe

Don’t be modest. It was great! Edgar Allan Poe, his magic, and his movies.

Three Amigos (1986) Three Amigos (1986)

Coming up tonight on this-TV after The Saint. Directed by John Landis.

What's the tastiest use for leftover bacon fat? What's the tastiest use for leftover bacon fat?

Granny’s Cornbread. I made crawfish etouffee this morning and I picked up some more buttermilk and new baking powder when I went to the store. Have not had any issues with the cornbread since I started making it with a little thicker batter.

Crime Fiction Paperbacks Crime Fiction Paperbacks

Marked for non-commercial reuse.

Fuckem Right Where They Live Fuckem Right Where They Live

I think obnoxious douchebag #2 is moving. (knock on wood) I feel like I should have a beer and I haven’t drank in eight years. I can only hope that I was instrumental in this decision. Really not a good idea to fuck with me and wake me up in the middle of the night continually. These assholes were the whole reason I…

The Robonic Stooges The Robonic Stooges

1977-78 CBS. Hanna-Barbera.

Joe Namath: A Retrospective Joe Namath: A Retrospective

Film, television, Brut by Faberge.

Night Flight  Night Flight 

Welcome to Night Flight. Your weekend open thread. Strangers on a Train.

Svengoolie: Have Rocket, Will Travel (1959) Svengoolie: Have Rocket, Will Travel (1959)

The Svengoolie feature this week will be the Three Stooges movie, Have Rocket, Will Travel.

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