So Winston Churchill, Emma Goldman, and Alexander Graham Bell walk into a bar… Murdoch Mysteries isn’t quite as over the top as that, but it’s still basically what you get. Substitute Benjamin Franklin, Betsy Ross, and Pandora and you’d have Sleepy Hollow, which actually is that over the […]
Friend of the Gutter Evan Munday is watching a horror movie a day and writing about them as part of a fundraiser for the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape. Read all his reviews here.
At Office Hours #9, friend of the Gutter/Midnight Madness programmer/Shudder curator Colin Geddes and fellow Shudder curator Sam Zimmerman talk about horror. I especially enjoy the discussion about the difference between a “terror film” and a “horror film.”
Behold the creepy, eerily beautiful, hellishly frightening and sometimes hilarious delights of this year’s Vanguard Program at the Toronto International Film Festival: Demon; February; The Missing Girl; Evolution; Lace Crater; Der Nachtmahr; Collective Invention; Love; Men & Chickens; My Big Night; Veteran; Hellions; Endorphine; Zoom; and, No Men […]
At Comics 212, Christopher Butcher has some interesting thoughts about recent shifts in comics. “So, basically, my theory goes that the manga boom in the late 90s sort of blew up every single thing that the industry thought about comics, and who the audience is for comics, and what comics […]
Friend of the Gutter, Robert A. Mitchell writes a very moving piece about his father, growing up and The Late Show With David Letterman. “My father has been a long distance truck driver for over thirty-five years. His home is a sleeper bunk behind his steering wheel in […]