If you’re in Toronto May 6, there’s a book launch for the Gutter’s own Jim Munroe and Shannon Gerrard’s graphic novel about post-Rapture Detroit, Sword of My Mouth. If you’re not in Toronto, you can catch Jim and Shannon at their Detroit launch May 10. More info on […]
The digital edition of Jim Munroe and Shannon Gerrard’s, Sword of My Mouth is up with some lovely preview pages. You can stare straight down the blade, if you want.
Kathryn Bigelow won a best directing Oscar for The Hurt Locker. Time for a retrospective. Here’s the trailer for Near Dark and some clips. Point Break (i.e. Keeanu Reeves best movie). Jamie Lee Curtis in the cop thriller, Blue Steel. The premillennial tension of Strange Days. The Pirelli […]
Time to check in with a few small-press books. This is where where a lot of people get their start, and it’s also where the books can live quite happily apart from the concerns of multinational conglomerates.
Science analyzes the best and worst types of genre movies. Results listed here.
In the Hughes Brothers’ fourth film, The Book of Eli, Nick Pinkerton writes, “Our hero is mostly an Old Testament smiter of the wicked, finally—unless I forget when Christ said, ‘You lay that hand on me again and you will not get it back” at the Garden of […]