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 […]
Our friends at The Projection Booth watch Yojimbo and discuss it, Fistful of Dollars, Red Harvest and so much more!
The Mexico of lucha libre films is just about as close to my version of the Promised Land as you can get. I’d gladly turn in our world of turmoil for a world where the biggest news comes when pro wrestlers have to thwart the diabolical scheme of […]
At Streamline, friend of the Gutter Kimberly Lindbergs writes about Michelangelo Antonioni and George Romero. “While recently rewatching Michelangelo Antonioni’s L’Eclisse (aka The Eclipse, 1962) I received the sad news that George Romero had died. The celebrated Italian art house auteur and the American director behind the hugely […]
The Gutter’s own Keith has started a new website, Mezzanotte, dedicated to cinema, sin, and swinging style. He has a swank series about sinister goings on in silent cinema as well as an ongoing series on giallo. Friend of the Gutter Todd Stadtman has contributed an article about […]