At Comicbook.com, Spencer Perry talks about the history of King Kong, who exactly holds the rights to the character and how that plays out in movies and musicals. “To fully appreciate the complexities of the complicated rights situation to Kong, we have to go all the way back […]
The Gutter’s own Carol joins Emily and Christine to talk about The Lure and When Animals Dream. on The Feminine Critique podcast! Doofuses will be judged. Music will be appreciated. People will dance. Small fishery towns will be escaped. Fish teeth will be discussed. Throats will be torn […]
It’s Hamilton in Animal Crossing: New Horizons!
I don’t know if the people responsible for this film were trying to make a throwback to the 1970s, but that’s sure how Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja seems to me. That they succeeded is one of the highest cinematic compliments I can give. Plot intricacies, big […]
~~~ Beth Watkins appreciates the occasional squooshing of hearts, but in a good way.
What if James Bond went to Bombay in the late 1970s and wasn’t so much a secret agent as a stylist and interior designer for a particularly aesthetics-oriented villain? The plot of Shaan has very little to do with any of the Bond films that I can remember. […]