“The science fiction author Isaac Asimov engaged in forms of unwanted touching with countless women. It set the tone for the entire genre.” More from Alec Nevala-Lee here.
Look at this amazing gallery of posters, lobby cards, song booklets and more featuring actor and stunt performer Fearless Nadia in films by the Wadia Brothers from the 1930s through the 1960! And learn more about the Wadia Brothers, Wadia Movietone, and their films! (Thanks, Tars!)
“Put on your best Givenchy sheath dress and most comfortable (but stylish) flats: we’ve got three hours to chat! Christine and Emily are joined by the one and only Jason ‘Fozzie Bare’ Nelson to tackle a pair of twisty, joyous genre hodgepodges. After an extended round of what […]
The Gutter’s own Carol wrote for a different site at the Toronto International Film Festival. Read her reviews of 14 films here. And make sure to check out reviews, incoming filmmaker interviews with Ritwik Pareek (Dug Dug), Arsalan Amiri (Zalava) and more ongoing coverage from friend of the […]
Film Inquiry talks with director Jean Luc Herbulot on his film Saloum and African film. “I’ve been working in Africa now for, what, four years? I was born in Africa, I grew up here, and studied in France. And after that, I spent four or five, if not […]
The Gutter’s own Carol is reviewing films from the Toronto International Film Festival at the Soldier of Cinema blog this year. Read them here!