The Gutter’s own Beth has new shenanigans to keep up on: Tolly Folly! Two of the hosts of the Khandaan Podcast and [Beth Watkins] are doing a mini series on the classic Bengali cinema of Suchitra Sen and Uttam Kumar, starting with Agni Pariksha.”
The Gutter’s own Beth joins Amrita, Asim and Sujoy on Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast to discusss Anvita Dutt’s gothic horror movie, Bulbbul., as well as Moonlighting, Dev Anand’s CID, Aarya, Denzel Washington, and Dev Patel in David Copperfield !
The Gutter’s own Beth has an essay in Bollywood Horrors: Religion, Violence and Cinematic Fears in India (Bloomsbury, 2020), a fancy academy book edited by friend of the Gutter Aditi Sen (who also has an essay inside). Go, Beth!
The Gutter’s own Keith writes about Shaitani Dracula at Diabolique. Come for Dracula’s safari wear. Stay for the goose! See also the Gutter’s own Beth’s review of Shaitani Dracula here and a tweetalong in which The Gutter’s Keith, Beth and Carol participated here.
The Gutter’s own Beth writes about the 1000th Indian film she’s watched, Inaam Dus Hazaar (1987), a remake of North By Northwest (1959). “Even at only 5 minutes in, I knew I had made the right decision. What followed is not only a solid adaptation of the Hitchcock […]
It’s not terribly high in historical accuracy, but Sikandar is wonderful to behold and thoroughly thought-provoking about empire and political virtue from pre-Independence India. Sikandar manages to be completely entertaining while still indulging in lesson-dispensing from Aristotle, who as the film opens is in Persia with Sikandar and […]