Christopher Stewardson is a writer and filmmaker. He writes about cult and genre cinema, and his work can be found on Eureka’s Mothra and The H-Man blu-ray sets, and on Our Culture Mag. He tweets @CF_Stewardson.
So Many Legs, So Much Meaning: An Introduction to Bugs in Horror Cinema
There's something about an insect horror film that can really make your skin itch. We look at how movies with creepy-crawlies have been creeping us out.
Gamera: The Overlooked Innocence of a Titanic Terrapin
The Friend of All Children and it's time he was friends with you - experience the unique joy of Gamera
The Amazing Colossal Independent: Introducing American International Pictures
An abridged history of AIP and its eclectic and offbeat output from 1955 to 1980.
Reflections of Japan in Daiei's Spook Warfare
The Yokai Monsters trilogy and Spook Warfare in particular gives us some interesting ideas about Japan and its renewed world image by the 1960s.