Tag: the ladies

Watching Annihilation with The Feminine Critique

Our friends Emily Intravia and Christine Makepeace watch Annihilation (2018) at The Feminine Critique. “Christine and Emily…step into the shimmer, delving deep into Alex Garland’s 2018 sci-fi thinker Annihilation. That’s after a full hour of past watches, including a spoiler-filled argument over the merits of Happy Death Day […]

The Comics History of Carol Danvers

Friend of the Gutter Sara Century reviews the comics history of Carol Danvers, aka, Ms. Marvel, aka, Captain Marvel. Also, there’s some Rogue business in there or really there’s some Carol Danvers business in Rogue’s  history… you know what? Go read it. “Marvel’s many gloriously convoluted characters, Carol […]

I’m with the Werewolves

When I was a kid, I loved monsters. I dressed up as a monster or an alien (i.e., stealth monster) every Halloween. I watched monsters movies on weekends and tokusatsu shows or whatever featured monsters after school. I loved kaiju and the monsters on Sesame Street and The Muppet […]

Bessie Stringfield on the Open Road

Read about Bessie Stringfield, an African-American motorcyclist who road the open road in the 1930s! “At the age of 19, young Stringfield flipped a penny onto a map of the US then ventured out on her bike alone. Interstate highways didn’t yet exist at the time, but the […]

Interview with Jane Curtin

Jane Curtin talks about improv, Saturday Night Live, sit-coms and Can You Ever Forgive Me? (2019) at The New Yorker. “I loved doing improv, and I was really good at it. I would come from an area that nobody else would come from. One of the things that […]