“But sometimes, just to see the world I live in, I watch WrestleMania.” More on Werner Herzog and Wrestlemania here.
The Gutter’s own Carol joins The Feminine Critique‘s Emily Intravia to talk about Christmas In The Smokies. Listen their discussion of Christmas movie tropes, chickens and even a little Werner Herzog!
This week SF/F Editor Keith is away exploring caves in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Funny, he was supposed to send his article, or at least we thought he was. You know, he kept mentioning these dreams he was having and “chthonic gods”… but we’re sure it’s fine. Sometimes […]
Racial epithets. Topless women. Speeches interrupted by blowjobs. Steve Guttenberg. Doesn’t seem like fodder for a Saturday morning cartoon show. But in the late 80s the film Police Academy, which subjected viewers to such adult situations, spawned an animated series of the same name. Running for two seasons, […]
I had really hoped that my list of the top 10 films of the decade would be more surprising. Or perhaps I just assumed that I was less predictable. I thought about a lot of other films, some of which you’ll see in my runners-up rundown at the […]
In the course of making The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call: New Orleans, Werner Herzog seems to have discovered how to save Nicolas Cage: let him drown. Why am I writing about Nicolas Cage again, after effectively writing him off in a previous column? Maybe because, with his […]