I’m sure everyone knows who Queen Victoria was. I mean, it isn’t called the Victorian Era for nothing. She was a badass who used herself as bait to catch an assassin, drank cocaine-wine, and practically invented the sext. … More The Man in the Walls of Buckingham Palace
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
Jo Vallianatou is best known for her pensively lit model photography. Her photos dance the line between the macabre and the sublime: a nod to her love of Victorian memento mori, she venerates both with equal gusto. … More Jo Vallianatou Gothic and Dark Photography
I enjoy paranormal shows on television, those documentaries about researchers who go to places and investigate.
There are some series that I give the benefit of the doubt while others, I watch because it makes Bobenstein, my hubby, sigh. I’m evil like that, mwahaha… … More Most Haunted Review
Frankenstein’s Monster was written by Mary Shelley, but we already know the story of the novelist that changed the vision of horror, science-fiction and how she opened the door for women coming into the literary world.
She created over a summer, after herself and her friends made a bet of writing an entire story by the beginning of Fall and she was the only one who accomplished it and had it published in 1818 with the help of her father. … More Frankenstein Is Alive!