“While the top of the charts has been oligopolized, the bottom remains a vibrant anarchy. There are weird books and funky movies and bangers from across the sea. Two of the most interesting video games of the past decade put you in the role of an immigration officer and an […]
CG Editor Emeritus Keith Allison interviews friend of the Gutter Ed Glaser about Glaser’s new book, How The World Remade Hollywood: Global Interpretations of 65 Iconic Films. Read it at Diabolique Magazine.
Our friends at the Feminine Critique Podcast catches up on recent watches and recent reads. Listen here!
Actress Ann Sheridan confronts a cult menace in Ann Sheridan and the Sign of the Sphinx (1943) by Kathryn Heisenfelt and the Internet Archive has the whole illustrated wonder! Read it here! (Thanks, Nora!)
At Graveyard Shift Sisters, friend of the Gutter Ashlee Blackwell considers the horrific, Black horror, the white gaze and the Black subject among other things in her profile of Dianca London Potts. “Dianca’s exemplary analysis makes her an exciting, sobering voice in pop culture criticism. This Bucks County, Pennsylvania dropout […]
At All Arts, Erika T. Wurth wites about contemporary Native American speculative fiction. “An explosion in speculative Native American fiction is gaining commercial ground, and as a result, changing the way that non-Native and Natives think of Native people.”