Enjoy children’s book writer Eduard Uspensky’s Cheburashka in all his glory in this subtitled, stop-motion short, “Cheburashka and Crocodile Gena!” It’s like Rankin & Bass’ American puppet-mation Christmas specials, but Soviet.
Movies Silently looks at the 1910 science fiction / comedy, A Trip To Mars. “This sci-fi comedy from the Edison film company follows a chemist who has invented reverse gravity and ends up on Mars. Don’t you just hate it when that happens.”
Friend of the Gutter Christine Makepeace has a story up at The Selkie. It’s “Shoot The Messengers; Burn The Witch.” You should definitely read it.
Spookoween has begun with “Spookoween 2018: 31 Days of Horror, Part I” by the Gutter’s own Carol! (There will probably be two more posts covering the rest of Spookoween!)
Please enjoy these story ideas submitted to the Midnight Society. “Stephen King: For the approval of the Midnight Society, I call this… The Tale of the Creepy Small Town with a Spooky Secret Clive Barker: Is the town in Maine King: NO King: King: yes”
At Syfy, friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes about Lois Weber and Philip Smalley’s Suspense (1913) and its impact on horror ever since. Lois Weber and Philip Smalley’s Suspense might only clock in at barely over ten minutes, but for the earliest run of home invasion films, […]