This month Gutter Guest Star Kat Gligorijevic writes about watching tv and movies in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Part 1 “Tumbling for Boy George in Baghdad” can be found here. It was the late ’80s and I was nine years old when my family returned to Belgrade from Baghdad. I […]
Some kind, considerate fan saved and uploaded episodes of the old web series, Gotham Girls. And they’re right here.
Our friends at Fewdio are at it again with some new horror shorts, including “The Cellar” (“Vampires don’t sparkle, they burn”) and gangsters robbing a disabled old man in, “The Prey.”
Some types of stories are so familiar that the only way to tell your own version of, say, a detective yarn is to find an interesting new angle. Jim Butcher’s Harry Dresden series makes the title character a wizard who solves supernatural crimes in Chicago. Additionally, Harry has […]
It’s summertime and all the happenin’ sites have advice about bikinis, manscaping, quick cool meals and reading lists. I have no idea what to tell you about beachwear, other than you do look cute in that, but I do have some reading suggestions.
Spinetingle has an interview with Champion Mojo Storyteller, Joe R. Lansdale: “I don’t mind a stimulus for a story-do something noir, etc., but I like to play with those expectations. Genre has its place…. But I don’t like genre to rule my reading. If I had, I’d have […]