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The return of Gothic Romance

Guillermo del Toro described his recent film Crimson Peak as a “classic Gothic Romance”, a genre that has been consigned to oblivion for nearly four decades. 41 more words

Mystery

GRAVE EXPECTATIONS is Available

GRAVE EXPECTATIONS, episode 1 of THE WITCHES OF RAVENCREST is now available!! Just click the book below to buy!

A New Day Has Dawned
After confronting the evil lurking in the east wing of Ravencrest Manor, butler Grant Phister realizes governess Belinda Moorland’s talents may be the key to undoing centuries of bloodshed and evil. 247 more words

Horror

Mysteries of Udolpho: Volume 2 (Research Response)

In the second volume of Ann Radcliffe’s Mysteries of Udolpho, our heroine Emily finds herself becomes almost entirely a victim/prisoner at the hands of Montoni. 478 more words

Ann Radcliffe

Phantom Rose - Iworldz February!

Phantom Rose Opera House

Due to the Holidays and the closing of Second Life Phantom Rose, I have been very busy trying to juggle everything.  January was my month to tend to some RL things and also get back to creating at Inworldz.   384 more words

Virtual Worlds

Mini-Review Monday: Crimson Peak

Release: October 16, 2015

Story: In 1887, young American Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) falls for the mysterious Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston), a English businessman who is in the United States looking for investors for his clay-mining invention. 374 more words

Film

REVIEW: Susanna Kearsley's NAMED OF THE DRAGON

Named Of The Dragon is another manifestation of Susanna Kearsley’s magic, a writerly witch’s pot of goodness, a virtuoso mix of gothic romance, amateur-sleuth mystery, and historical fiction mixed with legend and chronicle. 1,151 more words

Review

Crimson Peak (2015)

Basic Summary – After marrying the charming and seductive Sir Thomas Sharpe, young Edith (Mia Wasikowska) finds herself swept away to his remote gothic mansion in the English hills. 253 more words

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