The Internet Archive has a collection of Eerie Magazine’s Greatest Hits. It’s just one magazine, but it’s a good one. Peer into the Moldy Mausoleum of Maniacal Memories and see what spooktacular comic stories and art are there to chill and delight you!
Zolima City Mag has an interview with actor Anthony Wong Chau-Sang. He talks about finding work while blacklisted in China for his support of the umbrella movement, being awarded an Outstanding Achievement at Udine, and, of course, acting.
The Internet Archive has 171 issues of Doctor Who Magazine, covering 1981 through 1991. Interviews! Comics with art by Dave Gibbons! Occasionally cantankerous fan letters! “The Gallifrey Guardian!” “FREE GIANT POSTER!”
Use the giallo title generator as a way to pass the time or a writing prompt. It’s certainly not a supernatural vision sent to you by an ancient coven of witches or a fashion-obsessed murderer who works in a mannequin warehouse… It probably isn’t. Certainly the police scoff […]
At Women Write About Comics, Paige Allen considers Venom and desirability. “Yes, Tom Hardy is hot, but that doesn’t mean people are also attracted to his movie characters to the degree we’re seeing now. And while teratophilia is an incredibly valid sexual expression, it puts the onus of […]
At RogerEbert.com, Matt Zoller Seitz remembers Rutger Hauer. “From his early breakthrough years in in Dutch films by one of his most important collaborators, director Paul Verhoeven, through his more recent period as an oddball elder statesman who could be menacing or sweet depending on the requirements of […]