It was the grand unveiling of the latest exhibit to take over The Mystic Museum in Burbank, California — “Vampira Introduces The Shape of Water” art show. If you keep up with my blog, you may have read posts about past events I’ve attended at this oddities shop, which have had fun horror themes. I was especially excited about this one because of my love for the original glamour ghoul and Guillermo del Toro! So, cue the haunting music and imagine Vampira drifting down a foggy corridor to present to you this sneak peek.Continue reading “Debut Night of “Vampira Introduces The Shape of Water” Exhibit”→
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Pining to watch something that oozes sensual morbidity, gothic horror, tightly-laced corsets, melancholy characters, and the backdrop of a gray and gritty England? The films and TV series featured here have at least one or a combination of these components. Although by no means an exhaustive compilation of cinema with a 19th-century dark edge, these are a few of the best contemporary works the Victorian Goth will fancy.