The High Tower Apartments and Robert Altman’s The Long Goodbye and Raymond Chandler’s The High Window.
Andrew Nette writes about the trial and death of Khmer Rouge foreign minister Ieng Sary.
Walt Kelly presents Pogo‘s Albert Alligator in Muckey Spleen’s The Bloody Drip, “a Publication of the New National Treasury of World Culture.”
The Movie Morlocks’ R. Emmet Sweeney shares his favorite film discoveries of 2012.
At Pulp Curry, novelist and journalist Andrew Nette muses on crime fiction set in Asia, in particular China and Cambodia. “What does it mean for the story and characters when your crime fiction is set in a country where corruption and extreme violence are regular features of everyday […]
Fox Spirit Press has just released an anthology of Weird Noir edited by K.A. Laity and including some hardboiled Godzilla fiction by The Gutter’s own Comics Editor, Carol. “On the gritty backstreets of a crumbling city, tough dames and dangerous men trade barbs, witticisms and a few gunshots. […]