At the Guardian, Anne Billson gives John Heard his due and writes about eyepatches in film. “One-eyed, one-legged, alcoholic Vietnam veteran Alex Cutter is the sort of avenging obsessive who, by rights, belongs up there in the pantheon alongside Travis Bickle, Sam Quint or Khan Noonien Singh. In […]
A novelist takes revenge on writers he doesn’t like via wikipedia. Slate has the story. “Qworty’s edits undermine our trust in this great project. Qworty’s edits prove that Wikipedia’s content can be shaped by people settling grudges and acting out of spite and envy. Qworty alone, by his […]
Linda Holmes shares 50 wonderful things at NPR’s Monkey See blog.
Trailers for movies playing at ActionFest 2012: Solomon Kane; Manborg; Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines; The Raid; True Romance; Wu Xia; Dragon Eyes; Let The Bullets Fly; A Gang Story; The Lost Bladesman; God Bless America; Goon; The Aggression Scale; The Day; Headhunters; Transit; Sinners […]
The Belated Nerd reprints a 1961 Time review of Hammer and American Intertnational horror, including The Pit and The Pendulum, Curse of the Werewolf and Black Sunday. “Those who cannot bear the tension may be grateful for the Fright Break, during which they may ‘follow the Yellow Streak […]
Lady killers get their revenge in this Vaultcast from Vault of Horror interviewing I Spit on Your Grave director Steven Moore and actress Sarah Butler. Vault of Horror also debates misogyny in the film with producer of both the original and the remake, Meir Zarchi. Meanwhile, ladies serve […]