We started working on this Gutterthon radio pledge break when it looked like we’d have 2 more weeks before we reached our goal. The Gutter’s own Carol wrote the script based on a video of a 1980s pledge break for an Arkansas PBS station that friend of the […]
The Gutter’s own Beth appears on Bollywood Is For Lovers to discuss Aag and Mera Naam Joker. She offers this preview: “1) one of these is a compelling artistic statement, 2) one is a solipsistic creepy slog, and 3) Dharmendra is a good candidate to wear a leotard.”
Gutterthon 2018 has begun and we have so many sweet pledge drive perks you’d think we were PBS. Please consider donating, get yourself something nice and help us keep our commitment to thoughtful writing about disreputable art and paying writers for their work. Thanks!
The Gutter’s own Beth Watkins watches Dilruba at Beth Loves Bollywood! “I’m going to tell you the best parts of this film right away. The first appears about a quarter of the way through, when we see the home of Diwan (Gogia Pashan), who not only has a […]
The Gutter’s own Beth has once again set up Filmi March Madness! This year vote for your favorite Vamps and Villainesses! Vote in the sweet sixteen round here!
Check out all the posts for our friends at Fox Spirit Books’ Women In Horror Month blogathon, including pieces by the Gutter’s own Angela and Carol. Angela wrote about Karen Black in Trilogy of Terror and Carol wrote about Cat People (1942).