The BBC has a look at creepy and fascinating Victorian Christmas cards. Smithsonian Magazine writes about the history about the history of Christmas cards. And the Lilly Library has an online exhibit of Victorian Christmas cards.
Check out this sweet gallery of José Posada’s calaveras!
Do you dare lose yourself in the Pulp Magazine Archive at Archive.org?! Weird Tales! Fangoria! True Detective! Amazing Stories!
At The Hindu friend of the Gutter Aditi Sen and Alok Sharma write about Dracula’s roots in Indian literature and comics. “The vampire — that undead creature of the night, half-human, half-bat, thriving on blood — every culture has one in its lore. And this explains the universal […]
The Gutter’s own Carol talks about The Lure (2015), Karel Kachyňa’s The Little Mermaid/ Malá Morská Víla (1976) and Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué’s Ondine with Mike White and David Rodgers on The Projection Booth podcast. “Released in the United States as The Lure , Agnieszka Smoczynska’s 2015 […]
Karina Longworth explores the lives and careers of Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff on You Must Remember This.