It’s hard to write about this movie. Attempts are usually defeated by a combination of dissolving into squees, dance breaks, and the weird contradiction of knowing absolutely nothing about it while simultaneously notating an ever-growing list of why it’s so good. In brief, James Bond 777 (1971, directed […]
My first exposure to Sun Ra was thanks to a friend who ran a punk rock record shop but liked to dabble in the experimental. He had a bootleg VHS of a film called Space is the Place, a strange amalgamation of blaxploitation, surreal Jodorowsky-esque journey, and concert […]
Death metal is often the only solution, even for the cutest and nicest among us. Perhaps, especially for the cutest and nicest among us, like say red pandas–my go-to for the cutest among us*. It is for Retsuko, the red panda protagonist of Aggretsuko. She is an accountant […]
Bombay Talkies, released in 2013 to mark the centennial of Indian feature filmmaking, is not just another film about the film industry. This anthology project keeps its focus on the power of cinema for audiences. The four contributing directors represent different vibes, maybe even genres, within the current […]
The Gutter’s own Carol shared some things she liked at Biff Bam Pop! Will there be werewolves and mermaids? It is extremely likely!
Watch as beloved Toronto International Film Festival programmer Colin Geddes says good-bye and swears in new Midnight Madness programmer Peter Kuplowsky. Then keep up with the red carpet interviews, introductions and post-screening Q&A’s with Robert Mitchell and Sarah Dillard! They post new videos every day of the festival.