Nosferatu redeems Dracula as a vampire due to its nature closer to animalistic and less focused on his status compared to plague instead of a monster. … More Nosferatu Redeems Dracula As A Vampire
Classified as Goth/Industrial in the musical industry, YV SALOME is a singer with a classical training. … More YV SALOME An International Published Alternative Model
Her work is alluring and unexpected focusing mainly on capturing beauty and emotion in a still shot of time. She began photography ten years ago as an artistic outlet, and it grew into a full-fledged devotion. … More Jo Vallianatou The Photographer
Greetings Biters! For the April tribute to the Sandman, I’d take you for another trip into my music library. Let me introduce you to the band Rock Sugar and their hit Don’t Stop The Sandman. … More Rock Sugar Sandman?
Yeah, I know, most of you were singing your way through those lyrics, weren’t you? It’s quite all right, I did the same thing, so don’t feel bad. Today, I am doing a breakdown of the song Enter Sandman by Metallica off their Black Album, released back in 1991. … More Enter Sandman
Though I know, I should be wary. I venture someplace scary, ghostly hauntings I turn loose: Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice! … More Beetlejuice
To any horror movie fan, if shown the recognizable ghost face mask they know it from the iconic nineties movie, Scream. … More Scream The Review
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Edward Hale wrote a classic game review … More Castlevania The Review
Welcome back dear readers, and what a time you picked to join us if you have just begun.
This book is one of my favorites and most memorable tales from the Goosebumps series; I know I am not the only one to say this. … More GOOSEBUMPS! Night of the Living Dummy
Who can stay invisible the longest? You see for however long someone is invisible; it takes them that long to come back once the light turned back off. Even worse Max and his friends start to feel off. … More GOOSEBUMPS!
It doesn’t matter how old you are. The Exorcist is one of the most horrifying possession movies of all time if not the number one.
It shocked people when it released. It still takes people by surprise today. The Exorcist review is now overdue at GBM! … More The Exorcist Review
The movie Poltergeist is one of the cult classics of horror that everyone still believes to this day to be one of the best made.
No movie can ever be like it. No one can make a movie like it again. Poltergeist is without a doubt, fantastic. … More Poltergeist Review
When I was younger, my passion for horror movies got me intrigued about a variety of subjects. I only had about two friends. We would go to the video store and choose horror movies.
There was that one with a horrible face and red title, Night of the Demons. I had to watch it. … More Night of the Demons Review
Everyone knows the burned face, the hat, the Christmas sweater with the leather gloves armed with razors.
His name is Freddy Krueger, and he haunts the dreams of teenagers. In the first movie though, he was after the children of those who killed him thus A Nightmare on Elm Street commence. … More A Nightmare on Elm Street Review
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a movie I’ve watched more times than I care to remember.
Horror was a staple in my household growing up, and this has to be one of my absolute favorites. … More The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Review
In 1987, the world received a classic horror franchise in the making. Based upon a novella by Clive Barker called, The Hellbound Heart. … More Hellraiser The Review
The original film in this franchise released in 2007 and quickly became a cult hit.
The follow-ups to the original quickly launched until 2015, leaving a massive story that spans six films. … More Paranormal Activity Review
I have already done one of Stephen King’s movie translations, so I figured it would be an honor for me to follow it up with another of his best, that’s right Misery.
Kathy Bates and James Caan star in this 1990 film adaption of Stephen King’s 1987 best seller by the same name. … More Misery Classic Review
This movie was my childhood trauma. I was between three and five when I saw this movie for the first time.
Imagine a kid so excited that they get to watch a big kid movie with their teenaged Aunt for the first time. … More Remember Gremlins?
Released on March 28th 1979, the world now introduced to the Tall Man.
While not a massive success like other franchises that came out around the same time, it garnered a cult following behind the scenes. … More Phantasm The Review
This movie is undoubtedly one that while it does fit into the cheesy category, it is most definitely a classic. … More Death Becomes Her The Review
Oh, this one. This one was painful, but like I have said before “B” movies can have some of the greatest kill scenes even if the story is not there. … More Piranha 3D with a 3D Review
In honor of October, and of course Halloween, we have decided to give you guys and gals a sort of scary review to start the month out, and here we are. … More Friday The 13th The Game Review
Everyone remembers the shaky running camera in the dark woods, the close-up on the girl’s blue eyes crying out of terror. The Blair Witch Project made its debut. … More The Blair Witch Project
Mrs. Blackwood was a book that I was honestly wary of in the beginning. I did not deny that the writer had undeniable talent. … More The Impaler Series – Mrs. Blackwood Review
Trick ‘r Treat is a five-story anthology all about Halloween. The stories comprise of a high school principal with a dark secret.
A college virgin looking for the right man; some teenagers that pull a sinister prank; a woman who hates Halloween has to put up with her husband that is obsessed with it; finally the hated old man gets the trick or treater of a lifetime. … More Trick ‘r Treat Movie Review
I was young when I first read The Phantom of the Opera. I was attracted to it because of the theatrical essence of it and its Gothic origin.
The story is known, the telling of the pages has been done and redone in many ways, and so now, I never thought I’d say this but here is The Phantom of the Opera book review. … More Phantom of the Opera Review
This novel is one of my top five books that I adored from the original series. It was also one that I looked forward to as I came back to read these stories as an adult.
One of the main reasons why that is is the belief that cameras have the power to steal away parts of our souls or essences completely enthralls me.
Now, the GOOSEBUMPS #5 by R.L. Stine, Say Cheese And Die! Review by Kendra Hale! … More GOOSEBUMPS! Say Cheese And Die! Review by Kendra Hale
The novel Le Fantôme de l’Opéra written by the French novelist, Gaston Leroux was first published on January 8th, 1910.
However, the story itself was separated in many sections to appear in Le Gaulois from September 23rd, 1909 and saw the final publication in 1910.
The inspiration for the Phantom came from the Palais Garnier… … More The Phantom of the Palais Garnier
Gothic Bite Magazine is now opening their gates to all authors who would enjoy sharing their work with the public. We welcome all writers, from the enthusiasts to the professionals.
This week, we are sharing the fantastic work of the published author and now part of the Ghoul Family, Mr. Patterson. Part of the Stories of Misery, the first chapter is now for your spooky eyes to enjoy! … More Ghost Story Sunday
In 1999 we got a taste of what would happen when a classic horror moved was revamped with heavy elements of nostalgic action/adventure.
I remember the trailers appearing on TV when I was younger and being excited about something that felt entirely like a mix of movies that I knew and loved and a whole new boundary being entered… death is only the beginning, The Mummy Trilogy Review begins! … More Death Is Only The Beginning, The Mummy Trilogy Review
Mummies have been part of the horror classics since its first discoveries in the early twentieth century. However, curses themselves attributed to the tombs date far long before Europeans discovered them.
Ancient rubbers didn’t wait for the tombs to be documented and instead, went for the rich noble treasures. There was no home system back then, so an excellent old curse had to do! … More Curse of the Pharaohs
Dr. Brewer is doing a little plant-testing in his basement. Nothing to worry about. Harmless, really. But Margaret and Casey Brewer are worried about their father. Especially when they…meet…some of the plants he is growing down there.
Then they notice that their father is developing plantlike tendencies. In fact, he is becoming distinctly weedy–and seedy. Is it just part of their father’s “harmless” experiment? Or has the basement turned into another little shop of horrors? … More GOOSEBUMPS — Stay Out of the Basement review by Kendra
The passion about the ancient time, especially Ancient Egypt, is one that is most cherished by many.
The mysteries surrounding an old civilization capable of building tombs that reaches to the sky in perfect geometrical shapes placed to match the orion belt… but what about the mummies of Ancient Egypt? … More Mummies of Ancient Egypt