Did you know that mangaka Kazuo Umezu created a feature to promote the release of William Friedkin’s The Exorcist (1972) in Japan? He did–and you can see it here! (Thanks, Sayantan!) You can also read a piece on Kazuo Umezu by the Gutter’s own Carol here.
The Gutter’s own Sachin Hingoo reviews the week in horror at Biff Bam Pop! “And we’re back, folks! Back with a whole bunch of horror news that includes adaptations of a new Grady Hendrix novel and an old Stephen King one, a cannibal love story, and more!” See […]
This year I went to the Toronto International Film Festival as an accredited cub reporter for the Soldier of Cinema website. By “went” I mean that I watched 16 films as part of the digital festival. You can read all my pieces here. I was most excited about […]
The line up for this year’s Midnight Madness program at the Toronto International Film Festival has been announced and it looks pretty swank indeed. It includes MM alumna Julia Ducornau’s Titane; Kate Dolan’s You Are Not My Mother; Arsalan Amiri’s Zalava; Jean Luc Herbelot’s Saloum; Rob Savage’s Dashcam; […]
Rudraksh (2004) is a famously terrible Bollywood movie. Since I first started watching Hindi films in 2005, I have read multiple blog posts gleefully detailing its shortcomings, and an Indian comedy duo made further mincemeat out of it in an episode of their recent series “Pretentious Movie Reviews”: […]
Trailers for this year’s Midnight Madness programme! Dredd 3D; Seven Psychopaths; The Lords of Salem teaser from a Rob Zombie concert; ABCs of Death; The Bay; and the much anticipated, John Dies at the End. No One Lives; Hellbenders; Aftershock; and Child’s Play/Come Out and Play are all […]