Learn so much about Black women in horror film from the 1930s to the present at Graveyard Shift Sisters!
At Autostraddle, Hannah Williams writes about Tove Jansson and Moomin. “Jansson’s queerness is often left out in stories of her life. Puffin editions of Moomin books talked about how she lived alone on her Finnish island; documentaries still talk of Pietilä as a lifelong friend. Jansson is no […]
Friends of the Gutter Christine Makepeace and Emily Intravia watch Inside and Proxy at the Feminine Critique. “Brace your bellies for some very rough treatment of moody pregnant women. Christine and Emily go deep with 2007’s Inside, the French gorefest that launched a whole lot of enthusiasm a […]
At SyFy Wire, friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes about Vampirella. “Vampirella is a queer icon, and the sooner we all allow her to be the truly epic character she is, the better off comics will be.”
Friend of the Gutter and swell author Chlöe Yates reads, “The House of Jack’s Girls” on Pseudpod, “the world’s premier horror fiction podcast!” And a friendly warning: “Pseudopod is for mature audiences only. Hardly any story on Pseudopod is suitable for children. We mean this very seriously.”
Lithub has a list of great horror books to read this October–all by women! “[If] you’re not sure where to start this season, here are a few recommendations of great writers of horror (the genre admittedly here broadly defined) to get you started. Of course, this is by […]