On this deathrock-filled episode of GothCast, Dr.Sanders and Just Bryan take a look into the Rozz Williams and Eva O project called Shadow Project. It encompassed a large amount of genres, but do their albums still hold up today?
7:02 Shadow Project [Debut Album Released in 1991]
23:12 Random Interesting Goth Stuff [AKA RIGS]
40:17 Dreams for the Dying 
55:07 In Tuned Out  & And Then There Was Death 
1:12:18 From the Heart 
Mak and I took a trip down to Seattle for the Seattle Gothic Picnic. It was a pretty warm that day. I think you can see my makeup slowly melting off my face at parts. Lakeview Cemetery is extremely beautiful. You only get to see a brief moment of it in the video as I’m randomly mumbling in the microphone, but it’s actually huge. I think this video turned out a little chaotic. I cut the footage waaayyy down to make it slightly more coherent. These types of videos are fun to make, but often times are time consuming to edit. There’s a massive amount of footage that needs to be edited into a coherent video.
Creating a video game review was surprisingly difficult. There was a lot more to cover than most of the other things I discuss. I actually started this video last year, but put it off because I really didn’t think anyone would be interested in this subject. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this different type of video.
I actually recorded the footage for this episode last year and put off finishing it in favor of other videos. You can actually see that my save file lists it as 9/1/2018. I was really hesitant to make a game review as it just isn’t something I’m used to creating.
He created some of the most beloved films among goths (also one of the most polarizing versions of Alice in Wonderland) so I thought I would share some of the products I’ve picked up over the years. These type of videos make me feel like I own too many things.