At NPR, Linda Holmes curates a list of over 100 holiday movies this year. “Every year, more outlets offer holiday movies (and by that I mean overwhelmingly Christmas movies, but occasionally not). And the places that offer them seem to offer more. It has become a kudzu situation. […]
Our friends at The Projection Booth watch David Lynch’s Lost Highway (1997). “We conclude #Noirvember 2021 with a special episode about David Lynch’s Lost Highway (1997). Written by Lynch and Barry Gifford, it’s the story of Fred Madison (Bill Pullman), a musician who has trouble trusting his wife, […]
At Incurato, the Gutter’s own Beth joins Amrita to write about the appeal of actor Rahul Khanna. “Nothing about his career has been very typical as compared to his peers. He was a VJ on MTV Asia (kids, ask your parents). He went to the Lee Strasberg Theatre […]
The Gutter’s own Carol is out rolling the rubes and getting a bone-weary, disillusioned private detective to play the sap for her. In the meantime, in honor of Noirvember, enjoy her piece on the Wachowski Sister’s 1996 neo-noir, Bound. This month is Gutterthon, aka, Hellcats of the Gutterthon, […]
At Vice, director John Valley talks about his new horror movie, The Pizzagate Massacre (2020)–produced by friend of the Gutter Morgan Davis. See the trailer for The Pizzagate Massacre here.
“The 1-California carries more than just passengers gawking at superheroes in Marvel blockbusters, though. It carries the history and legacy of San Francisco’s Chinese community, its advocacy, and its perseverance. That is, if you know the history.” More at KQED.