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Party City-2016

I used to hate Party City.  As a kid going out shopping for Halloween costumes with my family it was just another large party shop selling cheap costumes that were overpriced and my mom refused to buy us anything there.   564 more words

Beholder - A Game for George Orwell fans - DHTG

In ‘Beholder’ you play an apartment manager, appointed by the state to report on the illegal activities of your tenants. The game is set in an Orwellian  281 more words

Don't Hate The Geek

My short but sweet review of The Vampyre

This was pre-Bram Stoker, more than 120 years before the birth of Anne Rice, and all the others that followed. Polidori based Lord Ruthven on Lord Byron. 81 more words


My 26th...!

Hey there, Internet!

Oh how much do I wish I was talking about a birthday here but nope, talking about another house moving. Never thought it would happen this soon but there are people I miss having close to me and there are jobs and there are my gypsie feet. 170 more words


GothCast Episode 36: Depeche Mode


This episode has been a long time coming, but it finally felt like time. We were in the right mood… The Depeche Mood. This week we will be taking a look at Depeche Mode’s first four albums beginning with Speak and Spell and ending with Some Great Reward. 18 more words


Horror, and why I love it!

When I was 14 my parents took my best friend Chris and I away on holiday to Devon. As usual I packed a bag full of clothes and a separate bag for books. 490 more words

Daphne du Maurier and the Gothic

This is one of my favourite images so far this year.

Daphne du Maurier (1907-1989) used traditional Gothic motifs. Her novels are beautifully written: dark romances, a fascination with the past, the supernatural, and the magical intermingled with the realistic. 354 more words

Elise McCune