In the 1960s, Japan’s venerable Shochiku Studio, struggling to stay relevant amid changing times, threw up its arms and said, “Fine. Whatever!” and rapidly produced four profoundly weird science fiction and horror films: The Living Skeleton, Genocide, The X from Outer Space, and the oddest of all, Goke: Bodysnatcher from Hell.
It’s hard to recommend reading for summer fun this year. 2020 is hard, But I have some comics and if you need to take a breather from fighting for justice and punching the novel coronavirus hard, well, these comics are here for you. There are a few titles […]
Always a man of mystery and adventure, Keith Allison is on a mission this week. He’ll return to us next month, but in the meantime, enjoy one of his earlier adventures… ~~~ Late Spring 1978, Clarksville Drive-In, Indiana — The car bounced to a halt on the uneven […]
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, […]