This week on GothCast, we take a look at the first three films in George Romero’s Living Dead Series, covering Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, and Day of the dead. George Romero is a legend of horror, and is responsible for making the “zombie film” an icon of culture and cinema. We thought that Halloween would be the perfect day to pay homage to an amazing director and an iconic set of films. We hope you enjoy this episode and all of our other content. As always, stay spooky!
We have a new video up on our YouTube channel, GothCast Video. This time Dr.Sanders takes a look at the cult classic, The Evil Dead. This is a movie that is beloved by many horror fans for its wonderful charm and camp that occurred as a mere accident while Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell set out to make a serious film on a very small budget. Dr. Sanders explores this “accident” and the impact it has had on culture as well as the amazing Evil Dead Franchise. We hope you enjoy this video and all of our other content. As always, Stay Spooky!
As some of you may have noticed, we didn’t release a new episode last week. Unfortunately, we were just swamped between between the holidays and getting sick so we made the decision to take the week off.
However, we are back in full swing with a brand new episode. We thought it would be a great way to start the new year with another movie episode so this week we review three movies that are currently streaming on Netlfix (At least currently in America), and they are Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World, Rosemary’s Baby, and The Legend of Hell House. So if you’re looking to add a little darkness to you’re new year, these are some excellent choices whether your looking for an obscure horror film, a classic film, or a new perspective on a great artist you will find something among this list. We hope everyone enjoyed their holidays and enjoy this episode. Stay Spooky!
This week’s episode is another centered around gothic cinema (or at least movies most goths would appreciate.) Sticking with our form of discussing three movies, we decided to choose some movies that we consider to be classics that are not as watched as much as some other movies that have been adopted by the gothic subculture. We decided to review Suspiria, Ed Wood, and Only Lovers Left Alive. We discuss the beauty and value of each of these films, any possible flaws, and their appeal to the gothic subculture.