At Bond Vivant, Cultural Gutter Editor Emeritus Keith Allison writes about “the sound of spying” and James Bond cash-in albums. “When the Bond films proved runaway successes in the 1960s, hundreds of movies were made in dozens of countries, all looking to cash in on the same basic […]
Remembering friend of the Gutter Todd Stadtman with all his posts at Teleport City.
Author, musician, film critic and friend of the Gutter Todd Stadtman has died. In his honor, this week we’re sharing a piece he wrote for the Gutter in 2013. ~~~ “If I had a hidden microphone inside of my heart/I would turn the power on/It would amplify my […]
The Gutter’s own Keith shares from bonus content from his book Cocktails & Capers. It’s all about the Pastry War, Lucha Libre and Cinco de Mayo. “Alas, to keep the book to a reasonable length and not completely lose readers, I ended up cutting the pages about this […]
The Gutter’s own Keith writes about Shaitani Dracula at Diabolique. Come for Dracula’s safari wear. Stay for the goose! See also the Gutter’s own Beth’s review of Shaitani Dracula here and a tweetalong in which The Gutter’s Keith, Beth and Carol participated here.
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 […]