Redrawing Gender Boundaries: How Wonder Woman’s Box Office could help change Hollywood [EDITORIAL/ARTICLE]
Many of our Goth Family know that I fight fiercely for the empowerment of women, not by diminishing men, but by arguing for the simple removal of artificial gender barriers like the glass ceiling and other cultural artifacts from the past. Without these barriers, the best person will (or at least, has a chance to) win out. We now are in a position where we can all help tear down these barriers and I believe it’s our duty to do so!
Explore the sights and people at the 2017 Lexington Comic & Toy Convention in Lexington, KY with your amazingly outrageous (and extremely ADD) host, Rocky Doll.
We had the privilege of chatting with Courtney Gains at last year’s Camp ScareFest. You may recognize him from the horror classic Children of the Corn. He’s also appeared in Back to the Future, The ‘Burbs, and The Funhouse Massacre .
Our DarkestGoth staff went through Camp ScareFest last year and focused more on the vendors and attendees rather than celebrities. We compiled our best footage into this little video here. See Calypso Clown, 13 Pagan Holiday 13, Rocky Doll and Kristiva Diva, Christine and Bill Gibson, Nic Brown and other attendees. Enjoy! And come see us this year!
Featuring music by First Jason, 13 Pagan Holiday 13 and Grave Robber
Hanging out at the Rotting Corpse Production table during ScareFest 2015 would prove to be a life-changing experience. A young actress by the name of Sonya Delormier asked if I would help to promote an upcoming Kentucky film called The Wicked One, and handed me a postcard-sized picture of the movie cover. Being a huge fan of independent horror films I was more than happy to spread the word. Never did I imagine I’d also end up being part of this slasher flick!
This gallery is from 2016’s Gen Con. Held in Indianapolis, Gen Con the largest board came convention in the United States. Follow Rocky Doll as he shows you some of the cool things surrounding this amazing convention!
ScareFest 9 had fans of old-school slasher films very excited, as this year they had numerous guest celebrities from the classic campsite horror films such as Friday the 13th and Sleepaway Camp. Needless to say there were many cosplayers this year dressed up as the famous slasher, Jason Voorhees.
Started a year ago by Miss Mortis as a Gothic dance party at the famous San Francisco LGBT club, The STUD Bar (www.studsf.com/ ), Club Bodice is a monthly Body Positive dance party for folks of all sizes, with the goal being for folks to be comfortable, have fun, and feel safe. Now their anniversary party is coming up with a very special dedication and we had a chance to chat with Miss Mortis all about it!
A collection of photos of some of the bands and at the Vans Warped Tour 2016 in Cincinnati Ohio! Photos were taken from various places in the crowd including distance and right in the pit! Bands included Ashes to New, Atreyu, Bullet For My Valentine, Falling in Reverse, Good Charlotte, Ice Nine Kills, Motionless in White, Sum 41, VANNA, and many others.
We had the opportunity to host our first annual Beautiful Nightmare Dance Party last week in the incredible venue, The Bar Complex, in Lexington, KY, which boasts a mirror-paneled and pillared ballroom and a mesmerizing light display that was installed by the same company that put in the light displays for the infamous Studio 54. Throughout the night, hosts Rocky Doll and Nara Gordon, kept folks feeling great, while DJs Stephen29, The Mayor, and Verminoid kept the the party going late into the night. We also had the honor of…
After misjudging the best way to enter the vendor area the day before, I corrected my approach, skirted the convention center, and came in the opposite entrance, allowing me to make my way through the even more crowded vendor area with a minimum of “pardon me”/”excuse me” dances in the process. Arriving in Paizos’ Pathfinder pavilion was really cool, because it shows how just much a creative indie manufacturer could become a major power player with its Roleplaying system in just 7 years. It may have been based on D&D’s 3.5 open license mechanics when it was released in 2008…