Rummaging around for a spooky film for my Gutter submission for October, I decided upon Kohraa, (“The Fog”), a 1964 Hindi adaptation of Rebecca. Rewatching Kohraa and Hitchcock’s Rebecca (1940) back to back, I’m struck by how much more isolated the Indian protagonist is. Kohraa spends most of […]
Marya E. Gates has some thoughts on Andrew Dominik’s Blonde (2022), Marilyn Monroe, and the photography of Weegee. “Weegee would take this idea of distorted reality even further with his doctored images of celebrities like Marilyn Monroe, warping them ever so slightly, enough so that they feel off […]
The Gutter’s own Beth joins the Filmi Ladies as they begin a series on women superstars of Indian film with the one and only Nargis! Watch and listen here.
Here’s the line-up for this year’s Midnight Madness program at the Toronto International Film Festival! If you can’t make it to the screenings, make sure to keep an eye out for these films when the come to streaming or a theater near you: Eric Appel’s Weird: The Al […]
The Gutter’s own Carol joins Matthew on Bookclub for Masochists: A Readers’ Advisory Podcast, wherein they discuss public domain superheroes, American public domain law, DC absorbing all it can, masked avengers, scale, Alex Ross and “fun,” and “Time Eggs.” Listen here. And make sure to check out all […]
“We’re going to look at a 1940s Captain Marvel story the way it saw print in Canada back in 1942. As you’ll see, this wasn’t a straight reprint of Fawcett’s Captain Marvel material (as published in CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #24. Rather, the entire issue was completely redrawn by […]