It is said that blood is thicker than water. Vampire risen Barnabas Collins returns to his family roots. The wealthy Collins family cursed by a vengeful witch, who’s failing family fishing business is in dire need of restoration, is the quest for justice. In this Tim Burton picturesque cinematic film, the saga continues.
Director: Jonathan Demme Production Companies: Strong Heart / Demme Production Distribution Company: Orion Pictures Genre: Thriller, Horror, Crime, Drama Series: It is followed by Hannibal (2001), Red Dragon (2002), and a Hannibal TV series. There is also a book sequel entitled Hannibal Rising. MPAA: R Film Score: Howard Shore Release Date: Feb 14, 1991 (USA) … premiere Jan 30. 1991 (NYC) Running Time: 1h 58min MSRP: DIGITAL RENT:...
VIDEO REVIEW: WRITTEN REVIEW: Directors: Peter Clifton and Joe Massot Production Company: Swan Song Distribution Company: Warner Bros. (1976-US) Genre: Documentary/ Music Series: Standalone MPAA: PG Release Date: October 20, 1976 Running Time: 137 minutes Film MSRP: Digital: $2.99 (Rent), $12.99 (Buy) Physical: $9.59 (DVD), $10.89 (Blu-Ray), $12.99 (Multi-Format) Purchase Film: Click Here Soundtrack MSRP: $14.49 (MP3), $20.18 (CD),...
Harry Angel (played by Mickey Rourke) is a bottom of the barrel simple task New York detective hired by Louis Cyphere (played by Robert De Niro) at a law firm called Herman and Winesap. Louis hires Harry to locate a missing wartime crooner, Johnny Favorite, that he claims is indebted to him. In this “neo-noir” psychological horror, you are escorted on a journey through the world of Voodoo, murder mystery, steamy sex, and legendary deal making with the devil for fame and fortune.
Caroline Ellis (played by Kate Hudson) stars as a fed up hospice caregiver who leaves her nursing home job to start employment in a private estate and discovers it’s mysterious past linked to Hoodoo which lurks rampantly in the haunted estate.
DarkestGoth Girl 2019, Karen St. Claire, receives a DarkestGoth Magazine press pass for NAMM Coverage 2019. Featuring some of the Greatest Goth Music Artists ever…with songs like Close My Eyes Forever, a Lita Ford and Ozzy Osbourne duet, Don’t Fear the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult, and Man in the Box by Alice in Chains, it was a pleasure to be there!… and…. for all of you in MusiCares, the opportunity to continue the signature recipe series continues. Special thanks to Kahler, Peavey, and NAMM for bringing it all together! “Who the f*ck is Neil Zlozower?” Lol!
Darkest Goth Magazine’s 2019 New Year’s Day Spokesmodel Inauguration. Vamplified recording artist, Karen St. Claire takes the reigns for one full year of “Necromancing the Throne’.” Stay tuned for more are DarkestGoth.com
Alla Xul Elu, or A.X.E. for short, is a horrorcore rap group from Ohio, consisting of three members: Billy Obey, Joe Black, and Lee Carver. At AXEmas 3 in Dayton this year, I was lucky enough to pull them aside for a few minutes, and needless to say it was just as I expected.
The 2019 DarkestGoth Spokesmodel search has been one of the most robust in our history, as finalists were challenged not only to submit galleries, articles, and videos, but also to promote their work and show that they were community minded in the process.
At the end of the search, one contestant perpetually worked their butt off and pushed the envelope. And even when confusion and miscommunication arose, they pushed through and corrected the issues as speedily as could’ve been expected!
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
I first got into Superman when, as a child, I lived in a desert town with no TV and, once a month, we’d go to the largest city in our area to get provisions. There was a half-price comic book store and I would find ‘70’s and ‘80’s Bronze age books for 15 cents apiece, purchasing as many as I could to make the month until I got back bearable. DC comics always had a more powerful tone to me and I would try to buy comics that I could find in as sequential an order as possible. Superman books were some of the more intriguing (second only to Flash, in my mind) because he was so powerful, that the w