This was a very big year for The ScareFest Horror and Paranormal Convention. Not only were they getting one of the biggest names in horror and fandom (Robert Englund!), but they were celebrating their ten year anniversary. So the pressure was on to make this a very unforgettable year, not only for the attendees but also the guests and vendors.
This article aims to examine why people so often assume that Gothic people are Satanists, looking at the history of Satanism and the association with Witchcraft. Also examining how the media portrayal of tragic events has lead to Goths being labelled as Satanists.
Before she was the 19 year old princess who stole our hearts in Star Wars IV: A New Hope, Leia Organa was an adopted girl who had to prove herself worthy to be a princess of Alderaan. In order to do so, she must make oaths regarding her body, her heart, and her mind. Each of these oaths require complex steps to accomplish. For the oath of the body, she must go through the steps to scale the largest peak on Alderaan. For the oath of the heart, she must engage in humanitarian missions in areas in which Imperial “oversight” has created disasters. And for the oath of the mind, she must eng…
Sixteen years ago, a somewhat unknown Bruce Campbell released his first book, If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor. Since then he has had a growing fan base, more movies and experiences, so he’s decided to grace his fans with Act II of his life story: Hail to the Chin: Further Confessions of a B Movie Actor.
This gallery features Raven Moonlight at the Dark Romance Dance party. Coming out of her shell to model in a pinup style dress. Raven is a shy, sweet girl who is finding herself through beautiful art.
Photography by: Darkest goth Photography
This past Friday, alternative people from around the Midwest descended on The Bar Complex in Lexington, KY to see some amazing DJ’ing, to hang out with some awesome hosts, and to have their mind’s blown by spectacular light displays. The joy people felt in the club as they got to come out, let their hair down, and move was a joy to behold!