The New Yorker has a profile of cover artist Lorraine Louie with a small gallery of her covers for Vintage Contemporaries. “From the 1984 début of those first seven books, the Vintage Contemporaries design attracted immediate attention. It felt perfectly of the moment, a snapshot of the mid-eighties. […]
Travis Stevens’A Wounded Fawn (USA, 2022) is entirely my thing. It’s a nice mix of art house and genre, which is one of my favorite things. It blends fine art—in this case the art of Surrealists (and friends) Leonora Carrington, Remedios Varo and Kati Horna—1970s horror/giallo, Classical Greek […]
The Gutter’s own Carol Borden has a lot to say about Travis Stevens movie blending horror, Surrealism and Greek tragedy, A Wounded Fawn (USA, 2022). “Travis Stevens’A Wounded Fawn is entirely my thing. It’s a nice mix of art house and genre, which is one of my favorite […]
Did you know that mangaka Kazuo Umezu created a feature to promote the release of William Friedkin’s The Exorcist (1972) in Japan? He did–and you can see it here! (Thanks, Sayantan!) You can also read a piece on Kazuo Umezu by the Gutter’s own Carol here.
Who’s been making critters in his lab? The Gutter’s own Alex MacFadyen at his Critter Lab! Check out his ongoing shenanigans here.
At the Verge, Adi Robertson writes about Vera Drew’s The People’s Joker (2022) and copyright law. “I’m not sure exactly how long a copyright term should be to balance artists’ welfare with a cultural commons. I’m not sure exactly what a clearer, more generous fair use system should […]