Friend of the Gutter Kimberly Lindbergs writes about Picnic at Hanging Rock for Streamline. “In Peter Weir’s Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), viewers are reminded again and again of the “venomous snakes and poison ants” that populate the Australian outback. Despite these repeated warnings, the reptiles and insects […]
At The Anarcho-Geek Review, Sadie the Goat ranks fictional detectives by how much guilt she, as an Anarchist, feels for loving them.
Please join us in congratulating Horror Editor Angela on the birth of her daughter and in welcoming said daughter to the Cultural Gutter family! Obviously, Angela will not be posting an article today, because we are not complete monsters. She will return in June. This month, Guest Star […]
The Los Angeles Times has an interview with Margaret Sixel, editor of Mad Max: Fury Road. “I wanted every single shot to progress the story. I don’t like repetition. And I think we applied that rule religiously throughout the film….I watched a film last night and they kept […]
‘The recent rise of Native-produced sci-fi films is more than an academic fascination. These diverse set of films have the power to not only help us to reimagine our assumptions about the futures of Indigenous peoples, but also to serve as a cultural mirror enabling us to reassess […]
On CBC Radio’s Day 6 with Brent Bambury, the Gutter’s own Carol talks about horror movies directed by women and makes a few Halloween recommendations. (And here’s one of Carol’s favorite promotional pieces she wrote for one of the films for its premiere at the Toronto International Film […]