Lana Blac: Nocturnal [ALBUM REVIEW]
Nov23

Lana Blac: Nocturnal [ALBUM REVIEW]

I was completely unfamiliar with Lana Blac until I saw her perform at Fright Fest 15. After an awesome performance she hooked me up with a t shirt and CD. Drawing musical inspiration from Gothic metal and shock rock, the vampiress has hit the scene hard, heavy and bloody with her debut album, Nocturnal.

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Crazy Fat Ethel [INDIE FILM REVIEW]
Oct12

Crazy Fat Ethel [INDIE FILM REVIEW]

Weighing in at about 300 lbs, Ethel Janoski won’t allow anyone to stand in the way of her glutinous appetite, even if it means killing! After years in a mental institution, Ethel is taken in by her aunt. Many people, including the head nurse of the institution and a local detective, believe letting Ethel leave that hospital was a huge mistake.

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Tetragrammaton [ALBUM REVIEW]
Sep14

Tetragrammaton [ALBUM REVIEW]

From the southern US and Finland, Temple of Perdition was formed in 2017 with one sole purpose: To bring the listener into the black mire of the void while reflecting upon the portrait of their existence. They have managed to bring a variety of styles and sounds into a heavy mix of doom, Gothic, symphonic and atmospheric black metal that is sure to appease an array of different listeners. Tetragrammaton is the band’s debut album, and even before its release it’s already gained much attention from the scene, especially from certain Christians who are condemning it for “Satanic imagery” and “q

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KAREN ST. CLAIRE: Embracing Your Dark Side [ARTICLE]
Sep12

KAREN ST. CLAIRE: Embracing Your Dark Side [ARTICLE]

The term “Goth” already rings a dark resonance of tubular bells, dark skies, and decaying abandoned churches in a remote countryside for the imagination gone wild. The children of the night, the dark souls that roam this earth, crawl out of the woodwork from their graffiti smeared tunnels and crumbling crypts which are just mere expressions of their sanctified comfort zones.

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FireflyReign: Witch in the World [ARTICLE]
Sep10

FireflyReign: Witch in the World [ARTICLE]

An essay about strange things that peak my interest–but then I’m strange. Weird and strange is natural.

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Gothic Scene In A Small Town: My Personal Experience of an Historical Dark Club. [ARTICLE]
Nov02

Gothic Scene In A Small Town: My Personal Experience of an Historical Dark Club. [ARTICLE]

What about gothic scene in little towns? Near my hometown there is Condor Club for every damed soul of Emilia. Condor Club is an historical dark club that was in Modena and now it’s in Rubiera.

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Gothic Interior & Home Decor: It’s Not Difficult! [STYLE ARTICLE]
Mar23

Gothic Interior & Home Decor: It’s Not Difficult! [STYLE ARTICLE]

Are you fond of Gothic style and want to see it in your apartment? I’m sure, if you’re like me, then you say, “Yes”. Of course, it’s not so easy to make a Medieval or dark and aristocratic setting. More precisely, it’s not affordable for most of us. However, don’t give up. I’ll tell about some simple things, which helped me to create a Gothic atmosphere at my home.

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Killer Complexities: A Look at “Texas Chainsaw Massacre 4” [USER ARTICLE]
Nov16

Killer Complexities: A Look at “Texas Chainsaw Massacre 4” [USER ARTICLE]

When Barry and Heather discover a peeling, weather-beaten clapboard house, they breathe a collective sigh and knock for assistance. This vestige of civilization, though, has a few tricks up its proverbial sleeve, being home of the thrill-kill clan. When Barry shuffles off to find a back entrance, Heather sits delicately on a porch swing, only to feel the hairs on her scalp rise; infamous Leatherface (Robert Jacks) has crept up behind her and is plucking teased hairs from her tiara.

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Among the Shrieks of COSPlay: ScareFest 8 [EVENT/ARTICLE]
Oct21
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In The Noose: The Death Penalty Through Centuries and Countries [ARTICLE]
Aug05

In The Noose: The Death Penalty Through Centuries and Countries [ARTICLE]

The death penalty has very ancient roots. There is in fact evidence of its application since peoples like the Babylonians, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. But still today it’s applied in many advanced countries, such as the USA. We certainly know that the prehistoric communities did use the death penalty, but we don’t have written evidence of criminal codes because the laws were passed down orally, and they were applied generally in a quite subjective and arbitrary way by people had…

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Toxic Techno: Cemetery Shoot [GALLERY]
Apr25

Toxic Techno: Cemetery Shoot [GALLERY]

Fun cemetery shoot with model Toxic Techno shows how cool it can be to be around grave stones!

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