This week on GothCast we take a look at three very interesting films that have dark atmospheres and film noir influences. These movies have surprisingly a lot in common, but their differences make each of them a unique experience. So join us as we tell you what we thought of the movies Dark City, The City of Lost Children, and Brazil.
Also I’m including the incorrect date posted on the Kommunity FK website (as of 3/29/2016) so you can see what we were referencing during the “Recent Interesting Goth Stuff” portion of the podcast.
We decided to honor the late great David Bowie by taking a look at three movies starring the Thin White Duke. Two of these films have strong connections to the gothic subculture and the third is a slightly obscure yet highly stylized film about an alien. If you’ve been waiting for us to discuss the Labyrinth, then this is your chance to hear us ramble about our love of Jim Henson’s masterpiece. Hopefully you find our opinions interesting and you might find a new movie worth checking out.
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!
A podcast and video perspective on the works of goth music and culture.