The Gutter’s own Carol joins Mike White and Jedidiah Ayres to talk about Robert Montgomery’s film noir, Ride The Pink Horse (1947). Dorothy B. Hughes is discussed! And there’s an interview with Sarah Weinman!
Here’s the line-up for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival Midnight Madness program: Blood Quantum; Color Out of Space; Crazy World; First Love/ Hatsukoi; Gundala; The Platform / El Hoyo; Saint Maud; The Twentieth Century; The Vast of Night; and, The Vigil. See these films and brag about […]
September 2017. Socorro County, New Mexico — It moved slowly, with a grinding of motors and gears, its focus drifting across a brilliant blue September sky. It took several minutes, and I stood transfixed by something that must, to so many, seem so mundane. When it finally clicked […]
Christine Smallwood writes about Dorothy B. Hughes and her book, The Expendable Man, at The New Yorker. “It is not whodunit, but who-ness itself, that she’s after. By this I do not mean that she asks why—specific motives are as mulish and unanswerable as sin. Crime was never […]
At Wired, Laura Hudson writes about masculinity and Breaking Bad: “Taken to its furthest extent, this brand of masculinity punishes men for acting like Jesse, and instead produces men like Walt[.]”
At Cinema Junkie, Beth Accomando says good-bye to Breaking Bad: “In the end for me what Breaking Bad delivered was a portrait of America and a distinctly American sense of identity. By tapping into the western genre, the show starts with something quintessentially American. That genre is prone […]