The Internet Archive has Barlowe’s Guide To Extraterrestrials, and you can look at it here!
Here’s the line-up for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival Midnight Madness program: Blood Quantum; Color Out of Space; Crazy World; First Love/ Hatsukoi; Gundala; The Platform / El Hoyo; Saint Maud; The Twentieth Century; The Vast of Night; and, The Vigil. See these films and brag about […]
Rachel Handler interviews Vincent D’Onofrio and Barry Sonnenfeld about D’Onofrio’s performance as Edgar in Men in Black (1997). “Not for a minute do you forget that D’Onofrio is playing a gigantic intergalactic bug stuffed into the skin of a farmer. He lurches stiffly out of a flaming crater, […]
Some years ago, a trio of colorful, contemplative, and sometimes a little bit absurd science fiction films from East German studio DEFA found their way onto home video in the United States. Of them, The Silent Star was the most beloved thanks to its combination of serious speculation […]
Friend of the Gutter Leslie Hatton writes about Signs at Vague Visages. “In 2002, after having watched multiple seasons of The X-Files, I felt secure in the certainty that I was not afraid of aliens. Thus, walking into the theater to watch M. Night Shyamalan’s Signs elicited no […]
The eleventh season of new Doctor Who recently wrapped, and I don’t know if you heard, but the doctor is a ladyperson this time around. I’m going to skip the think-piecing on that except to check in with a “hell yes” and mention that I tuned out of […]
At Mezzanotte, the Gutter’s own Keith writes about Orson Welles, the Mercury Theater of the Air’s 1938 broadcast of their radio drama, “War of the Worlds,” and the truth about the “panic” that ensued. “In 1938, when the broadcast returned to the air after the brief station identification, […]