“In contrast to Bill and Frank’s lived experience of navigating society as gay men, knowledge of queer history feels completely absent for queer youth in The Last of Us, but that doesn’t feel like an oversight. Instead, it’s a meaningful piece of worldbuilding reflecting how culture can die […]
I know it’s a bit late for a list of things I liked in 2022, but here at the Gutter we do what we want. And like Angela Englert and Sachin Hingoo, I am taking care of some end of year business. Besides, what if you discover something […]
The Gutter’s own Beth Watkins joins Pitu Sultan on the Filmi Ladies Podcast to discuss superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s early years on television! “Call us TV Ladies this week! We’re talking about two of Shah Rukh Khan’s early tv shows: Fauji (1988)and Doosra Keval (1989). One of these […]
Imagine, if you will, King’s College, Cambridge, almost one hundred years ago… Every Christmas Eve has its ritual. Those invited make their way for the appointed time, out of the darkness, where the Master waits. Montague Rhodes James, provost of King’s, scholar, antiquary, and writer of ghost stories. […]
The Feminine Critique has been posting their annual “Stocking Stuffers”–episodes dedicated to winter holiday romance movies! Listen here or anywhere you podcast!
This week’s Guest Star is Nick Hanover. He writes about the late Austin icon, Flash Jordan. ~~~ Ask anyone who has lived in Austin for any length of time when the city stopped being weird and they’ll give you countless answers. Maybe it was when Red Wassenich lost […]