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Gore Magazine Zombie Issue

Zombie Gore Magazine

It is Zombie time at Gore Magazine and they are offering some treats for you undead lovers in the Zombie issue. It offers a variety of ideas for makeup and zombie clothing and party ideas. Perhaps my favorite special in this issue is the Cannibal Cookbook, how would you like an arterial spritzer? Sounds delicious […]

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Top 5 Most Appalling Vegas Horror Movies

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A number of Gothic.net staffers spent the week around New Year’s in Las Vegas. There was no Mayan apocalypse, but we got a little apocalyptic on our own. Besides staying up late, gambling, and drinking unusual mixed beverages, we also went to the DoubleDown to see some band I never heard of. The DoubleDown is […]

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Christmas Eve is the Scariest D*** Night of the Year

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It wouldn’t be that notable that someone watched Billy Bob Thornton and some other people playing evil Santas. Except it is kind of hilarious that ABC News did this segment on how Santa is the most satirized good guy in horror after clowns. Are clowns not supposed to actually be scary now too? Is this […]

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Inside Tips from the Writer of Alien, Total Recall and Return of the Living Dead Signing

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Horror home Dark Delicacies is hosting a signing for authors Diane O’Bannon and author Matt Lohr. The book is Dan O’Bannon’s Guide to Screenplay Structure: Inside Tips from the Writer of Alien, Total Recall and Return of the Living Dead. In addition to the screenplays in the title, late screenwriter Dan O’Bannon’s credits also include […]

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How to Make a Hand of Glory

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Some say that the luck a gambler can get (or fail to get) from a dead man’s hand comes from a play on words, based on the hand of glory. The dead man’s hand is supposed to be the hand of cards held by Wild Bill Hickok in his final poker game. It is generally […]

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Panel of Experts: Genre

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Question: If you had to label your work, what genre tag would you put on the bulk of it? Horror and dark fiction/art seem to be the two big winners here, in terms of how we would label our work, if we had to label our work. Many of us balk at having to label, […]

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California Deathrock T-shirt

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Forrest Black and Amelia G just released a mock-up of the design for their California Deathrock T-shirt. A while back, we covered the Kickstarter they were doing for their California Deathrock project. The main part of the project is their forthcoming hardcover art book of deathrock portraits, but they also offered a T-shirt in the […]

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Makeup Columnist Wanted for SyFy Face Off (Paying Market)

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You have probably noticed that we have been gearing up to cover the new season of Face Off here at Gothic.net, including an Exclusive Interview with SyFy Face Off Season 2 Winner Rayce Bird by Gothic.net columnist extraordinaire Ed Grabianowski. Dark fashion and beauty site Gothic.Org wants in on the Face Off fun and is […]

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Interview with Grimm star star Silas Weir Mitchel

Silas Weird Mitchel as Monroe on Grimm

Silas Weir Mitchell plays Monroe on NBC’s fairy tale police procedural drama Grimm. Monroe means the titular Grimm Detective Nick Burkhardt in the course of a case and starts helping Nick come to terms with his newfound ability to both see and combat monsters. Monroe himself is Wesen (Grimm speak for supernatural critter). He is […]

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Drew Pinniger Masters Grimm Props

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What does it take to design props for NBC’s fairytale police procedural drama Grimm? Propmaster Drew Pinniger gives us a glimpse in this video interview. He is especially proud of a Jules Verne-inspired bee stinger weapon, but it did not get a lot of air time in the actual episode it was on last season, […]

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