There’s a free audio book adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’ Locke & Key at Audible.com.
At Actionland, Heroic Sister Achillesgirl writes about subtitling the 1964 wuxia film, Buddha Palm. And she provides you with the subtitles and a link to the film!
At The Village Voice, Jackson Connor writes about the making of The Warriors. Amid the refurbished boardwalk and laughter of children, it’s easy to forget that Coney Island was once a place where tourists did not venture. For much of the latter half of the twentieth century, street gangs dominated this neighborhood. They ran rampant […]
At Playboy, Jake Rossen writes about the story behind the filming and the restoration of Manos: The Hands of Fate. “For a long time no one wanted to see it unless it was accompanied by MST3K’s taunts. Then, in 2011, a collector of film prints uncovered the original negative of Manos and embarked on an […]
At Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill!, Todd reviews the two part Ghanian director Ninja’s film, 2016. “2016 is a movie that I am obligated to review by virtue of my having long ago joined the internet chorus of people trumpeting on about its insane trailer—and this despite the fact that all of you with any […]
At the Guardian, Elizabeth Day talks with Geena Davis about feminism, sexism in the film industry and the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. “I mean, it’s freaky when you start examining it. For decades it’s been the same ratio – we’ve all grown up on that ratio. Could it be that women’s presence […]
At Hubpages, Stethacantus writes about the history of Shaw Bros. wuxia and kung fu movies on video and “How The North American Release of the Shaw Brothers Movies was Botched.”
The Gutter’s own Carol interviews Roxanne Benjamin who is one of the directors for the horror anthology, Southbound (2015), and is a co-producer for The Devil’s Candy and the V/H/S series. “Watching the whole come together as greater than the sum of its parts–these separate visions that we’re helping to bring to screen to make […]
The Gutter’s own Carol interviews director Soi Cheang at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness blog.
At Indiewire, directors Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz talk about genre, violence and the fear that people aren’t who you think they are. “‘I think if violence is grounded in something which is true to characters and to the world, it’s important to show it in cinema,’ said Franz. ‘We need to confront people. It’s […]
The Gutter’s own Carol interviews director and screenwriter Lucile Hadžihalilović at the Vanguard Program Blog of the Toronto International Film Festival. Hadžihalilović is the director of Innocence (2004) and Evolution (2015), as well as the screenwriter of Gaspar Noé’s Enter The Void (2009).
Here’s the genre-tastic line-up for this year’s Midnight Madness Program at the Toronto International Film Festival–with trailers where available: The Chickening; Green Room; Baskin; Hardcore; The Devil’s Candy; The Girl In The Photographs; The Mind’s Eye; Southbound; SPL 2: A Time For Consequences; Yakuza Apocalypse; and, The Final Girls. (The Gutter’s own Carol runs the […]
At Teleport City, friend of the Gutter Todd Stadtman writes about Christopher Lee, Alan Arkin and Philippe Mora’s The Return of Captain Invincible. “It also has to be said that the novelty and humor of Venerated Horror Icon Christopher Lee™ performing rousing musical numbers while doing jazz hands is clearly lost neither on the filmmakers […]
At Pornokitsch, The Gutter’s own dame with a shady past Carol writes about five films noir. “Do you want to watch some film noir? I hope so, because I have five films to suggest. Films about dames gone wrong, poor doomed saps, murders, sex and modern knights errant.”
Friend of the Gutter, Nitrate Diva writes about 13 women who helped shape cinema. “Hollywood is, in many ways, a more male-dominated environment today than it was 90 or so years ago. Scary, huh? In order to perpetuate a culture where more women make movies now, we need to recognize the women who made movies in […]
Hadley Freeman profiles Amy Poehler. ‘“Amy made it clear that she wasn’t there to be cute,” Fey writes. “She wasn’t there to play wives and girlfriends in the boys’ scenes. She was there to do what she wanted to do and she did not fucking care if you like it.”’
Carol Borden has been summoned to mysterious gathering of sorcerers in a haunted castle this week and so she is covering herself with a non-comics piece about the 1963 film, The Raven. One of my favorite things about American International Productions is their opening credit sequences. While low-budget, the opening credits are clever, creative and, […]
At Beth Loves Bollywood, Beth is joined by Carla from Filmi Geek to discuss Gangs of Wasseypur in “Two Bloggers Who Don’t Like Violent Movies Manage To Get Through Gangs Of Wasseypur Three Years Late.” (The Gutter’s own Keith has written about Gangs of Wasseypur at his site, Teleport City).
“Maybe more than anything else Charlie Manson’s story is a Hollywood story.” You Must Remember This podcast looks at the Manson Murders and “Charlie Manson’s Hollywood.” Here’s part 1. (Thanks, Colin!)
In honor of director Mario Bava’s birthday, Shudder TV is having a Bava-thon with nine of his classic horror films chosen by friend of the Gutter Colin Geddes streaming free online all weekend. See the line-up here and watch here.
The Projection Booth watches Night Moves (1975) with special guest host the Gutter’s own Carol. “Arthur Penn’s Night Moves (1975) stars Gene Hackman as Harry Moseby, a private eye trying to find himself in a post-Watergate America. We’re joined by Nat Segaloff, author of Arthur Penn: American Director and Carol Borden of the Cultural Gutter.”keep looking »