Every April at the Gutter, the editors write about something outside their usual domains. This month, Comics Editor Carol Borden writes about stars of action cinema. I like ladies of asskickery, women who can throw a punch or wield a sharp pointy weapon, preferably both. Since it’s April […]
The ATW blog, a theater blog, urges filmmakers and movie fans to remember that film is about “size and scale”: “Don’t let movies get smaller, folks. There’s no need. We’ve already got that. It’s called television.”
Movies with four or more Harry Potter wizards, or an illustration of how small the British film industry is. (Thanks, James!)
Austin 360 reports on a letter-writing campaign to deny Robert Rodriguez’ Machete Texas state incentive funding.
Horror movies are celebrating their hundredth year in 2010, with the anniversary of the 1910 Edison Lab’s production of Frankenstein. Bloody Disgusting catalogs “some of the biggest…genre snubs in Oscar history, in Part Four of B-D’s ‘100 Years in Horror’ series.”
Action Flick Chick Katrina Hill talks with Bridgett Riley about going from boxer to stuntwoman: “Women get minimal pads if any at times and high heeled shoes are sometimes a must depending on camera. Wardrobe sometimes makes us shoes that are stunt friendly. I like these wardrobe people. […]