This week Guest Star Michelle Kisner writes about Kaoru, tennis champion and Lady Battle Cop. Keep up with Michelle’s work on Instagram at @robotcookie. ~~~ RoboCop (1987) took the world by storm when it came out, spawning many knock-offs with varying degrees of technical expertise. While some of […]
In normal times, I’d be writing about ten comics I read that I liked this year and haven’t written about yet. But it is, as is so often said, not normal times and I am not entirely sure what the new normal will be both here at the […]
Japan Times profiled Seizo Fukumoto, an actor who specialized in ugly deaths in period samurai movies. “As a young actor, one of Fukumoto’s own role models was not a martial artist at all but Charlie Chaplin….’I thought the way he fell was great. He went down with a […]
From the Archives: Lock, Stock and Barrel: Charting Chivalry, Brotherhood and Honour in A Better Tomorrow and Sonatine and their Inspirations
Guest Star Sayantan Mondal is a PhD Scholar working on the genre of Postcolonial Science Fiction. Apart from this he likes to write about films. But more than that he likes to watch them. And he hopes one day when he will be able to recover from his […]
At Diabolique, Kat Ellinger shares her favorite films from the Fantasia Film Festival!
Friend of the Gutter Sara Century recommends ten wonderfully witchy YA comics for your reading pleasure!