At Cinebeats, friend of the Gutter Kimberly Lindbergs writes about John Le Carré and The Looking Glass War (1969). “In the world of John le Carré spies aren’t glamorous figures chasing bad guys with a martini in hand and a beautiful woman on their arm. They’re working stiffs […]
Our friends at The Feminine Critique continue to watch and talk about Christmas movies at an astonishing rate. Keep up here!
At Little White Lies, Henry Bevan talks about John Wick’s clothing and Luca Mosca’s costume design in John Wick (2015) and John Wick, Ch. 2 (2017).
“The singular creator of It’s Such a Beautiful Day and the World of Tomorrow trilogy answers 57 questions put to him by the Letterboxd community, about death, gills, snacks, back flips, the best time of day to watch a movie, and the sick pleasure of emotionally destroying people.” […]
Vilissa Thompson interviews actor and author Rachel True at Bitch Media. “As a kid growing up in the ‘90s, one of my favorite movies was the cult classic The Craft. At the time, I was always looking for Black characters in TV shows and movies, and The Craft […]
Japan Times profiled Seizo Fukumoto, an actor who specialized in ugly deaths in period samurai movies. “As a young actor, one of Fukumoto’s own role models was not a martial artist at all but Charlie Chaplin….’I thought the way he fell was great. He went down with a […]