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Darkness Never Dies

Darkness Never Dies…

After just one night at Ravencrest Manor, the new governess, Belinda Moorland, begins to suspect her beautiful new home has a dark side. 44 more words


Women in the Gothic Tradition: Two New Exhibits Highlight Women's roles

Earlier this week, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute opened their first fall exhibition in seven years. The theme that would warrant such a rare event? 425 more words


Halloween Two-Tone Rose Red Velvet Cupcakes

I like Halloween (being a gothess I suppose that’s a given!), but i prefer the more elegant side as opposed to the gory one – deep colours, vampires, witches etc. 1,063 more words


The Worst Betrayal-F

And the Fleming thought:

Sometimes there are those whose love is so strong, that it extends beyond life, even into the realm of death itself; so strong that the dead, for a little while, are drawn back to the life of the living. 1,806 more words

Anarchist World


October 24, 2014

Friday……The week is coming to a close and today I want to introduce the beautiful and haunting works of artist and photographer  58 more words


The Gothic Horror of the 1940's: Creepy Monster Women

In the 1940’s the horror film became a creepy mix of gothic, monster and women’s film. Plunge into this era of the Val Lewton film: “The Seventh Victim”, “The Cat People”, “Curse of the Cat People” and “I Walked with a Zombie”.   35 more words