The Cultural Gutter

geek chic with mad technique

"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars." -- Oscar Wilde

Our Sponsors

Get your decryption keys out and ready your brainial processes for The Cultural Gutter Secret Message #12!

CG Secret Message 12

Hallowed Names of Our Sponsors Immortalized

These contributors to The Cultural Gutter opted to have their names known. Thank you so much for your support.  Thank  you to our anonymous contributors and to all our readers for your amazing support as well.

You all have our Undying and Eternal Thanks!

Denis Klotz

EJP Creations

Michael Overton

Elizabeth Russell

Steven Landry

Keith Allison

Colin Geddes

Aurora Bugallo

Inga Gorslar

Andrew Nahem

World of Hurt Online

Unreasonable Action

Todd Stadtman

Evan Munday

Drew Davidson

Will McKinley

Briana Malmstrom

Ignacio Gallup-Diaz

Jay Hawkinson

Rebecca Saxon

Ross Chen/LoveHKFilm

Jess Moviedromedvd

Matthew Dunn

Timothy Gerolami

John Pivovarnick

Staring Blankly

Lotti P Knowles

Siân Melton

bunnyhero

Mike White

Kate Laity

Patricia Williams

007hertzrumble

Elizabeth Russell

Lisa Walden

Rebecca Stone

senadit

bunnyhero

Jared Shurin

Skeeter Panes

Markaleng

Rosemary Smith

Miguel Rodriguez

Hannah Means-Shannon

Jonathan Bunning

Leonard Witzel

Rainer Knäpper

Adam Axbey

Hal Kelly

Mark Boszko

Sarah Dillard Mitchell

Robert Mitchell

Igor Galić

Lewis Cougill

Brad Doiron

Dena Maxwell

Mark White

Matthew Finch

Deborah Rodriguez

Kevin Pyrtle

Kenneth Brorsson

Jennifer Smith

The Deseret Federation of Sparkle Vampires, Local 1830

In Loving Memory of the Notorious Big Tiny

Mentor’s Camper

Beth Watkins

bobble 212

rtpoe

Kirt Dankmyer

Rich Lennon

Clarice Meadows

Mentor’s Camper

Djibril al-Ayad

Zap Rowsdower

irkstyle

Henriette Fiebig

Angela Englert

Citizen Screen

Valerie Polichar

David DeMoss

Free Republic of Yeti Land

Amanda Tveidt

Elizabeth Simmins

The League of Lesbian Vampires

hyemusings

senadit

Paige Kimble

Trey Lawson

Heather Marie Drain

mdwcommercial

Col. Beauregard “Cracker” Zombihunta

Henriette Fiebig

Jill Blake

Franz DeNinis

Ian Driscoll

Joe Ortiz

Kerry Fristoe

Mahometan and Celestial

JDPatrick913

Shirtless Lycanthropes United

bunnyhero

Torbjørn

The National Socialist Gothamite Dark Knight Party

Gregory McCambley

Julian

Quick Adventure

E Watkins 3

Ponderiss

David Annandale

Monument to the Unknown Contributor

CG Monument Unknown Contributor

Hail!

  • Support The Gutter

  • The Book!

  • Of Note Elsewhere

    Objective Game Reviews is a site that provides objective game reviews. The also have a monthly Subjective Reviewer. If you are looking for super-objective reviews, you might be interested in the “Super-Objective Video Game Review Generator.” They also have a message from the creator of Objective Game Reviews.

    ~

    A gallery of pages from Philippe Druillet’s Nccronomicon. (Via elmatpe and thanks, Steven!)

    ~

    An interactive sculpture of Hanuman made from 26,000 light bells made by Charuvi Design Labs. to promote their film Sri Hanuman Chalisa. Here is a video of the interactive experience. (Thanks, Beth!)

    ~

    At The Daily Beast, Arthur Chu writes about GamerGate, Disco Demolition and Lilith Fair. “The biggest 1970s music bonfire was not done by a church, and the records they destroyed weren’t metal records. And they didn’t use kerosene and a match, they used explosives. And rather than singing hymns and being quietly self-righteous, the event erupted into an orgy of violent rage. I’m talking, of course, about the ill-fated promotion the Chicago White Sox ran on July 12, 1979, known as ‘Disco Demolition Night.’

    Yes, in an era where Christians literally believed rock bands were Satanic cults who used backward masking to hypnotize people, the worst violence against music was wrought by guys who just didn’t like disco.”

    ~

    Actor Elizabeth Peña has died. Peña appeared in both film and television including, La Bamba (1987), Batteries Not Included (1987), Blue Steel (1989), L.A. Law, Lone Star (1996),  The Incredibles (2004), Justice League, Prime Suspect and Modern Family. NPR remembers Peña. The Guardian has collected clips of Peña’s work. Latino Review, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and  The Hollywood Reporter have obituaries.

    ~

    The Book Design Blog has a gallery of Valeria Brancaforte’s hand-printed books.

    ~

  • Spilling into Twitter

  • Obsessive?

    Then you might be interested in knowing you can subscribe to our RSS feed, find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter or Tumblr.

    -------

  • Weekly Notifications

  • What We’re Talking About

  • Thanks To

    No Media Kings hosts this site, and Wordpress autoconstructs it.

  • %d bloggers like this: