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.
In this video you finally get a chance to meet my girlfriend Mak. She is amazing and we are very goofy and spooky together. That’s pretty much it.
The 70’s were a good time for wood paneling and shag carpeting, but not for The Addams Family. The original cast of the 60’s show reuniting, what could possibly go wrong?
This special is honestly very frustrating, there’s actually a documentary about Carolyn Jones that briefly mentions the production of this special and apparently the cast had a great time catching up.
This is the second episode of my Goth Thrifting series. This time I’m closer to home as I wander around different parts of Washington and look at used things.
This was my livestream that took place on May 10th, 2019. Watch on YouTube to view the live chat and see what people were saying during the stream.
Stream starts at 6:04
This video is literally just puns and bad jokes related to The Cure. It is my masterpiece of modern cinema.
It’s been almost 2 full years since I’ve talked about Christian Death, so it seemed like a great time to talk about my favorite album from the band. Every time I make an video about this band, the comment just turn into a giant argument about Rozz and Valor….so let’s see what happens this time. I was a little bit under the weather when I recorded this one, but I think it still turned out the way I wanted.
I took a trip to California and did some thrifting. There were plenty of thrift stores to choose from and the temperature was way too hot for me. I definitely prefer an overcast rainy day. This video was more of an experiment to see if people wanted to see similar episodes. It seems to have gone over well so I guess I’ll make more.
On a technical note, editing this video was a nightmare. It took way longer than expected, but that’s probably because I’m such a perfectionist.
I made a cameo in Sweeney Deville’s review of the Dommin album “Love is Gone”. There were a few technical difficulties so it came out a later than expected, but I think it turned out great.
Check out Sweeney’s channel below:
I’m glad I can finally share this review with you guys! I really feel like this album is overlooked by many people who enjoy goth music and I’m happy to spread the word about it.
The new Rosetta Stone album:
Watch a live performance by Rosetta Stone in 1991: