Ewwww, this week’s kitty comes from Hostel: Part II. You’d think the milk in that bowl on the table would be more appetizing than poor Paxton’s bloody neck-stump, but cats are unpredictable like that. (Apologies for the incredibly graphic image, but it’s late October!)
- Speaking of Eli Roth, here’s Noah Berlatsky on noxious tourism in the Hostel movies.
- From Autostraddle’s dapperQ, here’s “He Said/We Said,” a queer fall fashion sampler.
- Fellow film blogger Beau McCoy’s new play, Video Joint, is on iTunes. You can read it here!
- Hilarious (fake) Bond trivia from Matt Lynch, on The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, and many more.
- Neil Gaiman on Bride of Frankenstein.
- Slant’s Joseph Jon Lanthier with a semi-autobiographical review of the new “Universal Classic Monsters” Blu-ray set.
- This piece is ~3 years old, but still: Robert Lamb on “Dwarfs in Space: Colonization, Phantasm, and Transhumanism.”
- Finally, I hope you’ve been enjoying Christianne’s horror reviews at Krell Laboratories this month. My favorites so far discuss Cat People and Seed of Chucky.
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