At Graveyard Shift Sisters, Mary Kay McBrayer writes about Midsommar. (Plot details are discussed so watch ou): “Midsommar acknowledges racial tropes of horror movies, and it somehow both utilizes them responsibly and realistically, and it subverts them just enough to keep us guessing. That’s good storytelling. “
Are you curious about that time Beowulf drank serpent’s venom so he would be as powerful as Grendel? You can read all about it here in the pages of Beowulf, Dragon-Slayer!
Kung Fu Kingdom interviews actor/director/fight choreographer Bruce Khan. It has some sweet video of Khan in action as well as some of his fight choreography in Jackie Chan’s The Medallion. Enjoy the trailer for his film Revenger here.
Paste Magazine has an appreciation of actor James Hong and his 500 film roles!
Screenwriter and producer Kim Eun-hee talks about making The Kingdom, her series about politics and zombies in the Joseon Dynasty. “I like zombie stories and tried to find plenty of shows and movies, but after watching them I would often find the sight of zombies moving in flocks […]
Sina Grace on his experience writing Iceman for Marvel Comics. “To date, I’ve always been honest about the joy of writing Iceman’s journey as an out gay superhero, but I’ve skirted around the challenges that came along with it. This is partially because I prefer to give off […]