At first it was the way the bears were stacked atop each other that appealed to me. I’d see ads for We Bare Bears while watching other shows and think, “That is adorable and appealing.” Their shape, the color arrangement. Just the whole stacking thing. But one weekend […]
Join our friends at Pet Cinematary podcast as they discuss, The Richest Cat In The World (1986)! “Leo the cat inherits 5 million dollars, and some people will stop at nothing to get their hands on it. (Well, except, you know, taking care of the cat and being […]
Behold the beauty and wonder of Ernst Haeckel’s drawings of bats from his Kunstformen der Natur (1904)!
The Gutter’s own Carol joins The Feminine Critique‘s Emily Intravia to talk about Christmas In The Smokies. Listen their discussion of Christmas movie tropes, chickens and even a little Werner Herzog!
At Lithub, Viv Groskop writes about Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita. “Written in the 1930s but not published until the 1960s, The Master and Margarita is the most breathtakingly original piece of work. Few books can match it for weirdness. The devil, Woland, comes to Moscow with […]
At Tor.com, Mahvesh Murad reviews Patrick Ness’ And The Ocean Was Our Sky. “This is a book about prejudices that lead to generations of hate and death; about who monsters are, and what makes them so; about loyalty and single minded, determined violent obsessions that can never end […]