At BiffBamPop the Gutter’s own Carol writes about a scene that shook her in Edgar Ulmer’s Universal horror film, The Black Cat (1934). “[The Black Cat] is a film I never expected to leave me harrowed and shook, but it has. There is incest, rape, torture, a Black […]
At DVD.com, friend of the Gutter Jay Patrick dives into the history of Italian giallo film. “I put Opera in the VCR and experienced my first proper giallo. I hadn’t yet incorporated the term giallo into my lexicon because it was, to my eyes, just a very stylish […]
It’s spookoween time, everybody, and the Gutter’s own Carol is writing about all the movies, series, and other shenanigans she’s up to as part of 31 Days of Horror!
Watch in wonder as Golgo 13 creator and gekiga innovator Takao Saito draws and discusses his process with mangaka Naoki Urasawa on Urasawa’s show, Manben. There will be drying white-out with a cigarette.
“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!)