Ghoul (2018) is as bleak as might be expected for a series that starts with the line, “Strike a deal with your blood and out of the smokeless fire the ghul will come.” It’s a three episode miniseries that addresses fascism, state terror, and individual guilt in a […]
“Filmmakers Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman discuss honoring and following your instincts, changing mediums, and overcoming massive obstacles” creating the AfroFuturist musical Neptune Frost (Rwanda/USA, 2021). Read it here.
The Gutter’s own Carol writes about Phil Tippett’s Mad God! “Mad God (USA, 2022) opens with Wagnerian fanfare and a tower, the very image of the Tower of Babel, consumed by darkness. Then we are shown a piece of parchment with a quotation from Leviticus as Tippett’s Mad […]
Comic Book Herald shares 30 essential comics with Queer character and/or Queer creators! Some of the entries are written by friend of the Gutter Sara Century. Click through here and get some recommendations!
This week’s Guest Star Robert Aaron Mitchell a writer, blogger, videographer, and journalist. You can read his work at his Soldier of Cinema blog.. His short films and interviews with filmmakers and actors from George Romero to Iko Uwais and Jason Momoa to Jamie Lee Curtis an be […]
Our friends at the Projection Booth watch Black Moon (1975). “French month continues with a look at Louis Malle’s Black Moon (1975). The film tells the story of Lily (Cathryn Harrison), a girl on the brink of womanhood who’s on the run from a war between men and […]