At Slate, Evan Urquhart writes about Meat Loaf, Butch Lesbian Icon. “Gay and queer aesthetics are known for stepping outside of stereotypical categories for male/masculine and woman/feminine, but they often they make that step in one fairly predictable direction that we call androgyny. Androgyny is an aesthetic of […]
On the Feminine Critique, Emily and Christine talk about a lot of films that have lasers and you can listen here! “We’re back, and as usual, we’ve brought a boat load of stuff to talk about! A TITANIC load, you might say. Just kidding: DID YOU KNOW CHRISTINE […]
Jennifer Crusie has shared a bunch of collages she made as part of her process when she works on her books. It includes a collage for Gutter favorite, Agnes and the Hitman! You can see them 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 […]
This week Guest Star Michelle Kisner writes about Tsai Ming-liang’s Rebels of the Neon God (1992). Keep up with her and all her film writing via Instagram at @robotcookie! ~~~ Tsai Ming-liang’s debut film Rebels of the Neon God (1992) is an exploration of isolation and longing–on the […]
Friend of the Gutter Mike White talks to Jeff Goldblum at The Projection Booth!