At the Medieval Manuscripts Blog, there’s an interesting–and illustrated–piece about the Psychomachia, or “The War of the Soul.” “The Psychomachia, or ‘War of the Soul’, was composed by the Late Antique poet Prudentius in the 5th century and depicts an action-packed battle between the Virtues and Vices for […]
The Gutter’s own alex MacFadyen was called away on mysterious business and will be back next month with a new article. In the meantime, enjoy a classic essay from the CG Archives! ~~~ Christopher Robin said to Pooh: “Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, […]
At Crime Reads, Olivia Rutiliagno presents her “100 Best, Worst and Strangest Sherlock Holmes Portrayals of All Time, Ranked.” “We’re ranking Sherlock Holmes performances. One hundred of them. Not Sherlock Holmes adaptations, but the representations within them of Sherlock Holmes himself. Now, you might think that you know […]
At the BBC Culture blog, Nicholas Barber writes about Miss Fury. “This autumn sees the 80th anniversary of Wonder Woman, who made her comics debut in October 1941, two years after Batman and three years after Superman. But before we start celebrating, we should raise a glass to […]
As with so many other events, the 2021 Hong Kong International Film and Television Market (Filmart) moved online and so I was able to attend this year. Along with Noir City International / the 18th Annual San Francisco Film Noir Festival, the New York Asian Film Festival and […]
At Film School Rejects, Sheryl Oh looks at the career–so far–of actor Carey Mulligan in both film and television–from Pride and Prejudice and Doctor Who to Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Drive and Mudbound.