Woohoo. This video took a ridiculous amount of time to finish. We will definitely be seeing more of The Crow in the coming months.
This is me answering YOUR questions about a variety of different things. I can’t believe my phone is broken right now, what a bummer. But do you know what is an even bigger bummer? Littering. Not cool guys.
Is everybody on the internet angry? I don’t know, maybe this video will tell us. I don’t think it will, but let’s watch it anyway.
I hope everyone doesn’t start fighting about Christian Death in the comments. Maybe they will. Let’s find out
May Update: The comment section totally turned into a giant argument about Christian Death.
On this episode of GothCast, Dr.Sanders and James discuss four releases from the always romantic London After Midnight. Their albums are diverse and contained some dramatic shifts in sound. Let’s see how they hold up today!
6:47 Selected Scenes from the End of the World (1992)
20:41 Random Interesting Goth Stuff
32:53 Psycho Magnet (1996)
41:15 Oddities (1998)
53:52 Violent Acts of Beauty (2007)
Looks like it’s after midnight and we just happen to be in London for this episode. So let’s take a look at the first album from London After Midnight and see if it’s romance has successfully held my heart close after all these years. (and no, I wasn’t actually in London when I filmed this episode)
This was a very strange review that went in a sorta weird direction. Anyway…IT’S HALLOWEEN MONTH!!! Yay GothTober!
Hopefully you love the story of Edward Scissorhands as much as I do because this episode I’m taking a look at the comic book sequel to the classic movie.
This time I’m taking a look at Johnny the Homicidal Maniac written by Jhonen Vasquez. It’s been a staple of some goths’ collections so I thought it was about time to spread the…..love? Death? Whatever this book can spread.
This week I’m talking about a book I really enjoyed about an artist I really love. Cured: The Tale of Two Imaginary Boys is Lol Tolhurst’s memoir about his time in The Cure and his struggles dealing with the hardships of life….it’s very enjoyable.
This is my third and final part in my series of videos on The Batcave. Blue Sunshine is what I feel is a completely underrated album and one that deserves to be heard.