This week Guest Star Kate Laity writes about Dorothy B. Hughes’ Ride the Pink Horse (1946) and “folk horror noir.” ~~~ In the back of my mind for some time has been the thought knocking around that the godmother of noir, Dorothy B. Hughes, could also be a […]
The Gutter’s own Carol joins Mike White and Jedidiah Ayres to talk about Robert Montgomery’s film noir, Ride The Pink Horse (1947). Dorothy B. Hughes is discussed! And there’s an interview with Sarah Weinman!
“Inevitably, a list like this can only scratch the surface of an art form unparalleled in its elasticity and capacity for wonder. And yet the sequences included here, listed chronologically, speak as much for the evolution of animation as a medium as they do for themselves. The creators […]
At Criterion, Steven Ryfle writes about director Ishiro Honda and Godzilla. “Ishiro Honda gathered his crew and gave them an ultimatum. He was about to put his career at risk, and he would only work with those who approached his current project—a movie about a radiation-spewing prehistoric reptile […]
“When I met Ann Carter in 2007 during the filming of a documentary about Hollywood producer Val Lewton, she was seventy years old, more than six decades removed from her starring role in Lewton’s The Curse of the Cat People. The experience was beyond my dreams: meeting a […]
“Also i just don’t know what hawkman’s deal is.” ~ Chip Zdarsky* “I love Hawkman and I know that people think I’m just being contrary or whatever but it’s actually because he wears a bird mask and hits people with a mace and is a wife guy.” ~ […]