“During the 1970’s Black filmmakers found their voices by making films that spoke to urban audiences in a way that had never been done before. Films like Sugar Hill, Abby, The Zebra Killers and so many more packed theaters with audiences hungry for Horror Movies where the Black Guy didn’t die first. 40 years later, Black horror films have made a lasting impact within the Black community. These films are national treasures and should be a part of any film collection. The Museum of UnCut Funk pays homage to the Blaxpolitation Horror films of 1974.” Click through for more. (via @GrveyardShiftSisters)
Cryptomundo goes in search off… The British Bigfoot. (via @mattstaggs)
MSN/MSNBC is reporting on bigfoot mitochondrial DNA and here at The Gutter, we really don’t care that there is no evidence shared yet: “For her study, Ketchum obtained three “whole nuclear genomes from purported Sasquatchsamples. The genome sequencing shows that Sasquatch mtDNA is identical to modern Homo sapiens, but Sasquatch nuDNA is a novel, unknown […]
Bigfoot and Nessie too hyped for you? Tired of el Chupacabra? Looking for some new footage to analyze, filter and go through frame by frame? Dogman footage (the Gable film) is digitally-enhanced and downloadable via Creative Commons. (Here’s two trailers for a special DVD set).
Yeti footprints have been discovered in Nepal by Yeti Project Japan. (Yeti Project Japan translated into English).