Cultural Gutter Screen Editor Emeritus, screenwriter and Mayfair Theatre Mogul, Ian Driscoll shares his top 5 Canadian films with Canuxploitation.
At Fangoria, Sean Abley interviews Joe Gage, director of the Gay porn “Working Man Trilogy” (L.A. Tool and Die; Kansas City Trucking Co.; and El Paso Wrecking Co.) as well as a bunch of low-budget horror movies under the name, “Tim Kincaid.” (Thanks, Matt!)
“[A]t the age of 41, at about 94 minutes into The Divide,” Drew McWeeny writes, “I reached a breaking point, and I realized that I am pretty much incapable of sitting through one more cheap, pointless, exploitative rape in a movie.”
Laura Hudson writes an excellent essay about “The Big Sexy Problem with Superheroines and the ‘Sexual Liberation.’”
One man laboring in obscurity in has finally done what scientists working for vast think tanks have struggled for decades to accomplish. Behold, the “Periodic Table of Exploitation!“
Here at the Gutter we like our podcasts. We especially like Infernal Brains and The Projection Booth. At Infernal Brains, Todd and Tars discuss Thai pulp hero, Insee Daeng and Wisit Sasanatieng’s recent screen adaptation, Red Eagle. Meanwhile, at The Projection Booth, Mike and Mondo Justin report on […]