Roc Morin explores the making of No Man’s Sky. “Physicists still debate whether our own universe is deterministic or random. While some scientists believe that quantum mechanics almost certainly involves indeterminacy, Albert Einstein famously favored the opposing position, saying, ‘God does not play dice.’ No Man’s Sky does […]
Director Richard Donner recounts the making of Superman (1978) in an interview with Stephen Galloway at The Hollywood Reporter. “I got a little stoned, smoked some weed, put on the Superman costume. I was in pretty good shape then. It was like elastic. And Tom pulled up, and […]
Please join us in congratulating Horror Editor Angela on the birth of her daughter and in welcoming said daughter to the Cultural Gutter family! Obviously, Angela will not be posting an article today, because we are not complete monsters. She will return in June. This month, Guest Star […]
London’s Wellcome Museum has released 100,000 images from their collection for your use. “[T]he Wellcome Library houses objects and artworks that range across the spectrum of history, art, culture, and, above all, the curious.”
When Julien Temple’s Absolute Beginners was released in 1986 it was met with general indifference and some critical dismissals. While the film may have some problems, today its reputation seems to be clouded by the misconception that it single-handedly ruined the prestigious British film studio Goldcrest and was […]
Project Gutenberg has a copy of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” complete with scans of the cover and John Leech’s illustrations from the first edition.