Our friends at the Feminine Critique Podcast consider the career of Sigourney Weaver! “ “On this special edition episode, Christine and Emily try something new. It’s a deep dive into the career of one of our favorite actors, the one and only icon Sigourney Weaver! We talk Ripley, […]
This year marks the 20th anniversary of The Cultural Gutter. Author and game developer Jim Munroe founded The Cultural Gutter and posted his first essay here on May 22, 2003. In 2004, Jim invited comic artist and critic Guy Leshinski to join the Gutter. They created a manifesto […]
The Gutter’s own Carol Borden watches Karen Shakhanazarov’s Assassin of the Tsar! A 1991 Soviet-British co-production starring Malcolm McDowell and Oleg Yankovsky! Read it here.
The Nib has an interview in comics form with Doom Patrol writer and Tarot expert, Rachel Pollack. Annie Mok discusses being a superhero on your own terms and Pollack’s creation of Coagula, one of the first trans superheroes. Read it here.
As is the case for any self-respecting horror fan, the subject of Kyle Edward Ball’s divisive but impossible-to-ignore minimalist sensation, Skinamarink, has been lighting up my group chats. “Did you like it?” “Will I like it?” “What is it?” Friends, I’ll tell you what I tell everyone when […]
At Vulture, Brandon Streussnig memorializes the legendary filmmaker Albert Pyun. “He pored over the low-budget possibilities of three dozen movies, earning a reputation for making cheaply made sci-fi and apocalyptic stories sing with mesmerizing martial arts–kickboxing combos and audacious stunts. The Pyuniverse pulled in big names like Jean-Claude […]