Professional wrestler Orange Cassidy is informed about the existence of Paul Rudd in Hot Wet American Summer (2001). He is also asked about his favorite imaginary animal and interviewed at Esquire Middle East. Even if you don’t like wrestling, it’s a good interview. Read it here.
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 […]
Abigail Nussbaum writes about the ennui of the Marvel Cinematic Universe‘s Phase 4. “There’s a void at the heart of the franchise, and while new characters may eventually come to fill it, right now feels not at all unlike where we were during phase one, still trying to […]
Rolling Stone interviews Joseph Galbo, the social media specialist for the Consumer Product Safety Commission. “Galbo grew CPSC’s social media followers with an assortment of oddball memes that encouraged people to change their smoke alarm batteries and check for hot playground equipment. Galbo also began to develop an […]
Vanity Fair talked to one of the greatest actors of our generation, Song Kang-ho, about his career! Watch here.
The Gutter’s own Carol Borden joins Emily Intravia to discuss A Christmas Village (2018) on a Stocking Stuffer episode of the Feminine Critique. “Is it love, or just a head injury? Such are the questions asked on this special visit to A Christmas Village, a 2018 film made […]