The Gutter’s own Sachin reviews Quentin Dupieux’s Incredible But True (France / Belgium, 2022) at Biff Bam Pop! “Quentin Dupieux creates worlds or, perhaps even more intriguingly, a world where anything can happen. A tire might become a serial killer, as in Rubber (2010). People might commune with […]
Carol’s piece on Mattie Do’s The Long Walk (2019) contains plot details. She doesn’t think they’d spoil the movie, but now you know. ~~~ The Long Walk (2019) is a slow-burning blend of genres. It’s a movie that requires some patience (and possibly a second viewing) as it […]
Aaron Yap interviews director Mattie Do on her latest film, The Long Walk (2022). “Artfully directed by Do, and scripted by her husband Christopher Larsen, The Long Walk functions equally as a disturbing ghost story and a lo-fi, grounded sci-fi, with smart, thoughtful world-building that envelopes the viewer […]
The Gutter’s own Carol reviews Mattie Do’s science fiction time travel ghost story, The Long Walk (2022). You can read it here!
The pandemic has resulted in a year of film festivals here at the Gutter, including the Toronto International Film Festival, Hong Kong Filmart and now Nightstream and the Brooklyn Horror Festival. The Gutter’s own Angela and I attended Nightstream with press cards in the bands of our fedoras […]
Science Fiction Editor Keith Allison’s mission of galactic import continues this week. In the meantime, enjoy this piece he wrote on World Without End and the action scientists of 1950s science fiction! ~~~ I spend a lot of time, perhaps too much time, waxing poetic about the golden […]