Friend of the Gutter Todd Stadtman briefly reviews the new book by the Gutter’s own Keith Allison, Cocktails and Capers: Cult Cinema, Cocktails, Crime and Cool! Go on over and look and then make sure to pick up Keith’s book, too!
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 […]
The Gutter’s own Keith has a piece on War of the Worlds and its various adaptations at Teleport City. He also has series of “Booooozy Tales,” pairing drinks with horror at the Alcohol Professor. Meanwhile, the Gutter’s own Carol has been writing about her 31 Days of Horror […]
The Gutter’s own Keith is interviewed about genre and trash cinema at Sarai: “I’m not entirely certain i think of them as trash. I mean, Shakespeare was considered by many to be trash in his time. And many major studio productions are more easily classifiable as trash than […]
At Teleport City, the Gutter’s own Keith writes about the Emmanuelle films and the woman who inspired the character. “My first glimpse at European sex films provided escape into a theoretically obtainable world. I decided I wanted to travel, that I wanted to be a writer, that I […]
At Teleport City, the Gutter’s own Keith writes about a classic of the Czech New Wave, Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders. It’s a really fine piece, historically and emotionally grounded and also fun. “Released in 1970 and couched in the harmless looking vestments of a fairytale, Valerie […]