At the Vintagent, Paul D’Orléans writes about the history of one-piece utility suits from boilersuits to Catwoman and Girl On A Motorcycle (1968). “The story of the ‘boilersuit’ and its (super)heroic descendants is a curious tale; a purely functional clothing item historically laden with a mix of Utopian […]
The Gutter’s own Keith Allison writes about Umberto Lenzi’s The Triumph Of Robin Hood for Diabolique magazine. “Following the template of the rollicking Errol Flynn swashbuckler and Hammer Films’ more recent Sword of Sherwood Forest (1960, starring Peter Cushing as the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham!), The Triumph of […]
The Gutter’s own Keith Allison pulls off a caper with Emily Intravia and Christine Makepeace as the Feminine Critique watches The Jewel Robbery (1928) and Danger: Diabolik (1968). “Also on the books: Christine’s hatred of 2018’s Suspiria and Keith’s expertise on some very, very unusual new trivia about […]
Friend of the Gutter Sara Century looks at queen women in horror. “While modern horror films are more likely to feature queer women—and not just lesbian vampires—than early films in the genre, they still often frame queerness as taboo. Even these days onscreen, lesbians have something different about […]
Leah Henrickson writes about rare book heists, the film American Animals and the larcenous ways of the library of Alexandria at the Independent.
Our friends at the Feminine Critique watch Deep Red and Don’t Look Now! “Ciao bella, listeners! On this super Italian episode, Emily and Christine hop into their gondola and delve deep into Dario Argento’s Deep Red and Nicolas Roeg’s Don’t Look Now. We “spoil” both, but give fair […]