Posts tagged: japan
The Gutter’s own Carol invaded The Infernal Brains podcast to discuss space ladies with Todd from Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill! and Tars Tarkas from TarsTarkas.net.
“Bury Me In A Shallow Grave: When The Yakuza Come Calling,” a free . pdf chapter from Jake Adelstein’s book, Tokyo Vice.
Hayakawa SF Magazine (1968). If anyone knows the illustrator, I’ll be glad to add their name.
More Women In Horror Month business—Machiko Kyo and Tatsuya Nakadai play a game in Hiroshi Teshigahara’s The Face of Another (1966). We think Kyo should be more celebrated for her role in horror, through films like The Face of Another and the more widely known, Ugetsu.
Image via Cinebeats.
Page from “The Master Puppet.” Jason Orfalas, pencils. Claude St. Aubin, inking. Peter Gutiérrez, story. It’s included in the Eisner-nominated collection, Shi: Kaidan, and is one of the perks for The Cultural Gutter's indiegogo fundraiser.
"Soul of the Sword" page drawn by Stan Sakai for the collection, Shi: Kaidan. Shi: Kaidan was just unlocked as a perk in The Cultural Gutter’s indiegogo campaign. Get yourself a fine comic and help keep The Gutter going!
Science Fiction/Fantasy Editor James offers a "compilation of recent thoughts" on Zach Snyder’s Dawn of the Dead; Rifftrax; The Incredibles soundtrack; and Summer Time Machine Blues.
When I watch the movie, I get a really physical sense of dread that accumulates in my chest. It’s almost immediate, considering how quickly the nightmarish events begin in the movie, and it doesn’t let up, really, even after the credits have started rolling. I’m generally not a fan of horror, or at least, I very rarely get that same sense of physical fear from other horror stories.
Happy Birthday, Godzilla!
(image via livefromplanetzero)