The Library of America sponsored an even celebrating women in science fiction! It includes this cool panel discussion with Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Pamela Sargent, Sheree Renée Thomas, and Lisa Yaszek, that you can watch here. An interview with Lisa Yaszek on “the watershed moment” of 1970s feminist science […]
At Letterboxd, Annie Lyons intereviews director Michelle Garza Cervera about film folk horror film with Queer punk underpinnings, Huesera: The Bone Woman (2022). “Two maternal horror staples also simmered on the backburner of her mind during Huesera. ‘I love The Babadook. I think it’s a radical film in […]
At Bright Wall / Dark Room, Lauren Wilford writes about how Vertigo changes when you watch it from Judy’s point of view. “From Judy’s perspective, the second half of Vertigo constantly threatens to become a slasher movie.” Read more here. And if you have trouble with the link opening, […]
Before there was Kate Beaton, New York Times bestselling cartoonist of Hark! A Vagrant, there was Katie Beaton of the Cape Breton Beaton, specifically Mabou, a tight-knit seaside community where the lobster is as abundant as beaches, fiddles, and Gaelic folk songs. With the singular goal of paying off her student […]
The Gutter’s own Carol writes about Charlotte Colbert’s She Will (2022), a film wherein Alice Krige gives a magnificent performance as a grand dame of cinema who channels the anger of accused witches. Read more here.
WARNING: This entire thing is Spoiler City for bunches of movies, but especially: The Babadook, Midsommar, The Witch, Ready or Not, The Invisible Man, Gretel and Hansel, The Descent, No One Gets Out Alive, A Classic Horror Story, His House, Censor, Saint Maud, The Perfection, A Promising Young […]