There’s an excellent piece on the Great Gonzo, queer whatever performance artist, and the disappointment of Muppets From Space (1999) at Storming the Ivory Tower.
At Cinema Junkie, friend of the Gutter Beth Accomando spotlights stunt performers and interviews stunt performers Brad Martin and Mickey Facchinello. And teaches you how to make delicious edible blood. Like, fake blood. Not blood blood.
This week’s Guest Star Sara Century is a horror writer, podcast host, and a critic. You can find out more at http://www.saracentury.com ~~~ When it comes to made-for-TV horror of the ‘70s, there are plenty of surprising gems for audiences that don’t mind the generally low production values […]
At RogerEbert.com, Matt Zoller Seitz writes on the life and career of Clarence Williams III. “His ferocity burned holes in the screen, and filmmakers took advantage of that, casting him in roles that shook up the main character’s preconceived notions, rattled their complacency, and otherwise pushed their buttons.”
Caroline Catz’ Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes is available for your viewing pleasure at BBC Four online. “[It] explores the life and creative output of Coventry born-Delia Derbyshire–electronic musician, sound pioneer and female outsider in postwar Britain. From 1962 until 1973, she worked at the […]
Abigail Nussbaum considers WandaVision at Asking The Wrong Questions with, “America’s Sweetheart: Thoughts on WandaVision.” Emily Van Der Werff shares her thoughts at Vox with, “WandaVision’s disappointing finale and the problem with demanding ‘justice’ in fiction.” And at the LA Times Review of Books, Aaron Bady ponders, “The […]