It’s an older piece on Stephen Chow and Hong Kong by Daphne K. Lee at Popula. “As a filmmaker, Stephen Chow is not responsible for the helplessness that has permeated Hong Kong, but he is the symbol of a nostalgic era. The king of comedy, who shaped and […]
Insider created a searchable database of queer characters in children’s cartoons! Take a peek here.
Friend of the Gutter Sachin Hingoo recommends some new horror for you! “To say that this week’s horror news is eclectic is an understatement. I’ve got some new photos from Edgar Wright’s Last Night In Soho, Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo’s The Deep House, and trailers from The […]
At RogerEbert.com, Matt Zoller Seitz writes on the life and career of Clarence Williams III. “His ferocity burned holes in the screen, and filmmakers took advantage of that, casting him in roles that shook up the main character’s preconceived notions, rattled their complacency, and otherwise pushed their buttons.”
At RogerEbert.com, Scout Tafoya writes on the inimitable Nicolas Cage. “There are some actors we watch because we want to see the result of months of internal calculus as they’ve wedged themselves into a new shape; a new person that could only have resulted from this actor taking […]
Classical Studies Memes for Hellenistic Teens tells the story of Homer’s Odyssey… in memes! You can read Part 1 here.