Farz is Hindi cinema’s first spy movie—well, it probably is, depending on how you define “spy.” Police inspectors in Bombay movies had been gathering information about criminal masterminds for years, but as far as I can tell, none of them is an agent of a national intelligence organization. […]
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Guest Star Sayantan Mondal is a PhD Scholar working on the genre of Postcolonial Science Fiction. Apart from this he likes to write about films. But more than that he likes to watch them. And he hopes one day when he will be able to recover from his […]
At SyFy Fangrrls, friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes about Sabrina the Teenage Witch in comics! “There are always Sabrina comics to look to, and her history in the funny books is a journey of reinvention and adaptability. Seeing her debut appearance in Archie’s Madhouse #22 in […]
“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 […]
Feather Dusters at 400 Yards shares an in memoriam list of things they learned from The Avengers‘ Emma Peel.