April is Switcheroo Month at the Gutter. The time when Gutter Editors write something outside their domains. This year we’re writing about reputable art. ~~~ It’s hard to say what’s reputable and disreputable anymore. Things are not what they were when the Cultural Gutter was founded in 2003, […]
“The Instagram account Looney Tunes Backgrounds has compiled over 900 backdrops from the legendary cartoon, going all the way back to the ’30s, so now we can all take a thoughtful look at them. What’s interesting is that without the flickering back and forth of cartoons, these painted […]
Friend of the Gutter Kate Laity watches Back From The Dead (1957). ” I was hepped to this film by Steve Bissette as we were talking about occult body-swapping in The Witches and other related things. I’d never heard of it. I have a paperback of the novel […]
The Civil Rights Movement archive has a link to the 1957 comic that inspired the late Representative John Lewis, Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story. You can read it online here.
Content Warning: The videos discussed and linked in this article contain strobing and glitching effects. Those with sensitivities to such effects should not view these videos. You can still read the article though! I watched a lot of horror in 2021 as well as a lot of short […]
The pandemic has resulted in a year of film festivals here at the Gutter, including the Toronto International Film Festival, Hong Kong Filmart and now Nightstream and the Brooklyn Horror Festival. The Gutter’s own Angela and I attended Nightstream with press cards in the bands of our fedoras […]