Dani Bethea kicks off Gayly Dreadful’s Pride Month with a meditation on race, gender, gender presentation and horror in cinema. “Particular intricacies always exist in the stories and lives of Black people, especially in the framing of (horror) imagery. As a Black American, I have a very particular […]
Friend of the Gutter Sara Century talks about Rachel Summers–and perhaps Vampirella–on the latest episode of the Bitches on Comics podcast. “This week’s episode answers a question about how to get comic books and one about the first queer characters in comics, Sara tells us the story of […]
Jeannette Ng thinks about The Rise of Skywalker, The Last Jedi and “memorabilia without memory.” “The central plot of Rise concerns Rey’s parentage which was very satisfyingly resolved in The Last Jedi. They were no one in particular, not great heroes nor villains. Along with the rest of […]
Murray Hill, Ivory Onyx and Landon Cider at the “Wonderful World of Drag Kings” panel at DragCon 2016.
At High on Films, Nafees Ahmed offers a list of the thirty best South Korean movies of the 21st Century–and some honorable mentions! (Thanks, Mike!)
At Gayly Dreadful, Terry writes about the beautiful love story that is Tragedy Girls (2017). “While Tragedy Girls is a horror comedy and has some fantastically sick kills, it really takes its structure from the romantic comedy subgenre, particularly with the tropes of the best friends who slowly […]