“Hong Kong director Tsui Hark’s debut film, The Butterfly Murders, didn’t make much of a dent on the box office when it was released in July 1979, but it did garner some good reviews. Today it is regarded as a minor masterpiece for its creative and unique approach to […]
Behold the glory of James Bond and King Ghidorah in the same video! (Thanks, Brian!)
Pink Tentacle has a gallery of Gōjin Ishihara’s illustrations for The Illustrated Book of Japanese Monsters (1972).
Reggie Ugwu has a lovely profile of Chadwick Boseman at the New York Times. “’You’re a strong black man in a world that conflicts with that strength, that really doesn’t want you to be great,’ he continued. ‘So what makes you the one who’s going to stand tall?’”
Science Fiction Editor Keith Allison’s mission of galactic import continues this week. In the meantime, enjoy this piece he wrote on World Without End and the action scientists of 1950s science fiction! ~~~ I spend a lot of time, perhaps too much time, waxing poetic about the golden […]