The Gutter’s own Beth Watkins joins Pitu Sultan on the Filmi Ladies Podcast to discuss superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s early years on television! “Call us TV Ladies this week! We’re talking about two of Shah Rukh Khan’s early tv shows: Fauji (1988)and Doosra Keval (1989). One of these […]
Did you know that mangaka Kazuo Umezu created a feature to promote the release of William Friedkin’s The Exorcist (1972) in Japan? He did–and you can see it here! (Thanks, Sayantan!) You can also read a piece on Kazuo Umezu by the Gutter’s own Carol here.
I’ve been thinking about what “disreputable art” means in a time when nerds, fans, and geeks have won a kind of cultural hegemony. It was different when the Cultural Gutter was founded in 2003, before Iron Man (2008) launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Force awakened, and the […]
Our friends at Podcast On Fire watch The Head Hunter (1982): “Chow Yun-fat as an assassin with a conscience falls in love with a girl (Rosamund Kwan), is hunted by another assassin… this does sound familiar but this is from 1982 and it’s called The Head Hunter. With […]
The Gutter’s own Alex MacFadyen has a playlist he made for Greta & Carson from A League Of Their Own at his critterlab.ca website. “A League of Their Own (Amazon Studios) is honestly like nothing else I’ve seen on tv and I suddenly found myself, in my late […]
At Monstrous Industry, the Gutter’s own Carol Borden writes a bit about Karen Shakhnazarov’s absurd satire/mystery, Zerograd / Zero City (1998). “Zerograd is a film that requires a lot of pondering–especially in its presentation of the implications of distorting history, personal and otherwise. And it requires some thought […]