Corridor Digital imagines “Bohemian Rhapsody” as a crime thriller. (via Digg and thanks, Earl!)
A woman leans against a tree as bats swirl in front of a full moon. Her long hair is loose, her nails perfect and she surely is wearing a robe from her coven (indicated by the star pendant hanging from her neck) or the trance nightgown she had […]
There’s a new video up from Grieg Johnson and HP Lovecraft Literary Podcaster, Chris Lackey. In their adaptation of Lovecraft’s “Pickman’s Guest,” a young artist shares his paintings with an expert on “morbid art.” Hilarity and the inability to feel one’s bones ensue.
Fusion argues for adaptations of Octavia Butler’s science fiction and horror. “There is no better time for Octavia Butler’s work to be adapted. Unlike most of her contemporaries, she did not deal with robots, mechanized suits of war, or quantum physics. She eschewed these to explore aliens, mutants […]
The Vulture has a profile of and interview with comics creator Louise Simonson. Though Comics Beat notes that Simonson’s name was not included in the credits for X-Men: Apocalypse as creator of the film’s villain, Apocalypse.
At Bitchflicks, friend of the Gutter Sara Century looks at “How the ‘X-Men’ Films Failed Iconic Black Female Superhero, Storm.” “Originally introduced in 1975, Storm is widely celebrated as the first Black female superhero. Although The Butterfly in comic magazine Hell-Rider is technically the first. While the first […]