December 28, 2012

Dark Side of the Net: Blog of the Year Pick for 2012

Stripy Tights and Dark Delights

"Fashion, lifestyle and culture for lovers of all things spooky"

Those of you who have read Dark Side of the Net for the past ten or twenty years, know that I rarely ever do anything like this: single out a resource and call it "Best of the Year." There are just so many good sites and so little time to look backwards, I hardly ever bothered. The first couple times I did something similar, (I think I called it Best of the Dark Side) it just resulted in a bunch of people whining at me in email to find out why their sites didn't make the list. So I got lazy and gave up.

But over the past year I've been enjoying Amy Asphodel's blog (originally known as "Ultimate Goth Guide") so much, I wanted to tip my hat to its tireless blogger and webmistress. (I suck at making graphics and thought it would be beneath her if I created a cheesy "Best Blog of the Year" award graphic to present her with, so I resisted the impulse).

While I don't read her blog every day, or even every week, every time I stumble across it in my web travels, I get sucked into reading her interesting posts, thoroughly enjoying what she's talking about each time. I've enjoyed Amy's candour and watching her grow and explore her interests, tastes and opinions. She never writes as though she's lecturing or talking down to the reader, either. She's not posing as an expert; instead she's sharing things she's learning that she's excited about.

I know you've all read Amy's blog. I'm astounded at the number of comments (and usually, thoughtful and well written ones) her blog posts attract, and delighted to see she has so many readers, fans and passionate followers. She's done an admirable job of posting quality posts quite often, which is very difficult to do. Over 400 posts in 2011, more than 200 in 2012, and 88 posts in her first year. That's incredible! I can barely manage a post a month lately (though I hope to reprioritize some writing time and change that soon).

Stripy Tights has provided spotlight posts (such as Spotlight on Siouxsie Sioux); explored reader questions including dealing with goth phobic parents and Can Goths Be Accepted?; offered thoughts on being a confident goth and how to answer curious questions about goth. The blog has provided lists of goth web comics, music and fashion resources, and lots of link-heavy news and gossip posts.

I enjoyed Amy's explorations on topics including goth hate on the Internet; Is the term Babybat Offensive?; the people who smile at goths; and large amounts of posts exploring goth stereotypes And I watched from the sidelines, worried about her, as she dealt with an offensive hate site making fun of her blog.

She had more courage than I've had, asking publically for people's opinions on the gothic metal debate, lamenting how several goth bands complain about their goth fan base, and pointing out some problems with the goth scene, such as goth rivalry.

She's shared "monthly linksplosions," dark magazine reviews, vlogger and blogger spotlights, and her own 30 day goth clothing challenge.

She also provided A Great Big List of Dark Alt Bands"; An A to Z of Goth Names; a detailed set of posts on dark culture fashion including posts on just about every subset of goth fashion (perkygoth, romantigoth, etc); a helpful tutorials and DIY section (posts include Goth bento, hair and makeup tips, and some gothy crafts); and a series of posts on dark music styles.

Amy's new blog, Bohemian Bloomers is just a couple months old. She's branching out from goth and dark culture posts, and working on discovering her own personal style. She's not sure if she'll confine goth/dark posts to Stripy Tights or sprinkle them into the new blog from time to time. I'm eager to see where she's going next and what her 2013 posts will have to say!

Thank you, Amy, for all your hard work you did and time you put in for the benefit of the dark culture and goth scenes!

--Carrie Carolin

Dark Side of the Net 1993-2013

November 21, 2012

New Dark and Gothic Links for November 21, 2012


A Gothic Cabinet of Curiosities

"A collection of urban legends, ghosts, haunted houses, gothic horror stories and other curiosities." Recent posts include a Halloween ghost hunt; urban legends about Sleepy Hollow Road in Kentucky; and an article on America's Haunted Inns. Webmaster Todd Atteberry does a really good job of writing and organizing his blog.


Dark Cat Mansion

This New Mexico-based shop sells an intriguing array of odd horror jewelry (such as this Stitches bracelet), men's and women's clothing and jewelry, hats and socks, totes and wallets with skulls or stripes on them. There are also a few novelties such as an eyeball keychain. The product offering isn't broad, but I thought you might enjoy taking a quick peek at what they offer.

Good Mourning Shop

This Etsy shop purveys lovely antique Victorian mourning jewelry, including hair jewelry, lockets, pins and brooches, and rings. There are also some related odds and ends (books, photographs, and casket art). My favorite thing here is this Victorian mourning brooch, so gorgeous! Refreshing to see such well-cared for and carefully curated antique pieces.

Good Mourning Shop on Etsy

Good Mourning Shop on Facebook

Skeletons and More

This shop specializes in custom made skull and skeleton chandeliers, sconces, and other Halloween props based on a bone theme. They also craft some Halloween masks and decorations. While I wish I had blogged about this site pre-Halloween, I know there are a lot of us here who decorate our homes in a morbid fashion year-round anyway.

Skeletons and More on Facebook

Wormwood Hollow

Wormwood Hollow, on Etsy

This artist ( William Bezek) creates incredible Halloween-themed art dolls. Currently on offer, "Lottie," "Lenora" and "Bertram." I love the dolls' Victorian-style black hats and their cheerfully creepy smiles.


The Phantom Cat's Otherworld

Rebecca blogs from Ireland about her goth and alternative interests. Recent posts include a cute "Goth Problems" video; a post on retiring her beloved Doc Martens; and pics of her Halloween finds. I also really enjoyed her post sharing pics of herself over the past several years. Love her hair in every single pic!


Saphire Rainforest's blog about her alternative modeling, as well as her gothy interests (bellydancing, goth music, her efforts on Etsy, and things that inspire her to create jewelry.

My Victorian Parlour

Cordelia's blog on Victorian lifestyle, family, and history. Recent post topics include Halloween, notable Victorians, mourning and spiritualism, and an amazing Victorian home.

Silks, Stays and Shadow-Truths

This is the new blog project by Jamie from Geeky Goth Girl. She's going to focus on darker fashion looks (rather than daily outfit posts), share her efforts and struggles as she works through NaNoWriMo this month, and plans to share her thoughts on feminism and civil rights.


Absolution NYC

Event hosts DJ Jason and DJ have been putting on fabulous goth events since 1996. I'm sure I had this link in my archives somewhere but here it is again. Upcoming: the "Through the Mirror" event on Saturday, November 24 - a samurai warrior themed night. I'd love to see pics from that!


This Sacramento, California goth night takes place on the fourth Saturday of every month. They play gothic, industrial, post Punk, EBM and Dark 80's.


Joe McKinney

Joe is the author of the Dead World series and had a novel nominated for the Horror Writers Association’s Bram Stoker Award in 2009. Here he shares what he's working on, thoughts on books he's reading, and interesting posts like In Praise of Spooky Old Buildings and Why I Write the Dark Stuff." There's also the occasional film review.



This horror blog is run by two horror chicks, "Myth Alice" and "Splatter Flick Chick." They're not afraid to take on the most disturbing of horror topics. They blog about movies, interview professionals in the horror industry, review web series and short films, and participate in a FearCast radio show.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Copyright 2012 Carrie Carolin

Dark Side of the Net

November 17, 2012

New Dark and Gothic Links for November 17, 2012


The Death Notes

This goth/alternative band hails from Nottingham in the UK. Their female vocalist, Elaine, has a fabulous voice! I think you'll enjoy checking out some of their songs.

The Death Notes (Official)

The Death Notes, on Facebook

The Death Notes, on

The Death Notes, on MySpace

The Death Notes, live at Dark Waters Alternative Festival 2012, on YouTube

The Smiths Project

Ok, this is officially amazing. Back in 2010, Janice Whaley decided to cover all of the Smiths songs, all of them. She recorded them in her own voice, a cappella. You can listen to the songs online (such as Hatful of Hollow), or buy the albums. (Did she purchase the rights? I have no idea, I probably should check on this before promoting it).

Anyway, this is extremely cool. She really put a lot of work into this. I do enjoy her voice, and thought you might too. But I'm not sure I could listen to more than six or seven of these a cappella songs, however lovely, at a time. They're a bit slow. Relaxing though!

I'd love to hear what you thought of this project. Please drop a note in the Comments section of this post if you have the time.



Just wanted to drop a note that Gothspace, a gothic online community that started in 2007, is currently offline while they upgrade their community to a new platform. You can keep up with their progress here on their Facebook page.

I've been through this before too, while converting Dark Side of the Net to a blog and moving the community to a Ning social network, so I wish them well!

Gothspace, on Facebook



This artist creates and sells gorgeous noir, steampunk, Neo-Victorian and ethereal necklaces, tiaras, hair combs and earrings. They describe their creations as "distressed imperial elegance." It's hard to pick a favorite item here, but I suppose I'll have to settle on this gothic clock hair comb.

EJPcreations on Facebook

EJPcreations Blog

Monster Mini Customs

This shop sells custom-made creepy furniture and accessories for Monster High dolls.
There are candelabras, coffin beds and lounges, spooky lamps, and this adorable batwing coffin bookshelf. After all the garish cheap plastic of Monster High, it's so refreshing to see these items made out of wood. Many of them are sold unfinished so you can paint them to your liking.

Monster Mini Customs on Etsy

Nightshade Vampire Boutique

Gabrielle Faust's shop of vampire-related products: vampire books, jewelry, artwork, cosmetics, and custom fangs. There are also some pages of vampire events, resources, and a Nocturnal Confessions radio show. Check it out!

Nightshade Vampire Boutique on Facebook

Nightshade Vampire Boutique on Twitter



Disclaimer: I haven't logged in and tested this free online RPG game. "The war between vampires and werewolves has been raging for centuries."

I'm just too lazy, and I don't really want to give whoever runs this my real email address. (No offense). I just sort of thought this was a nice fun distraction and a reminder of some of the types of online games we eldergoths used to play before we had time suckers on Facebook and game apps on our phones. Judging by the forums it's still an active game with lots of players.

5 Dark Music Videos to Enjoy on an Autumn Saturday Night

Elusive: "Lost in the Rain"

Lost in the Rain, by Elusive

"Hold me, it's getting dark."



Elusive on Facebook

Elusive on MySpace

Zola Jesus: "Vessel"

Vessel, on YouTube


Zola Jesus (Official)

Zola Jesus on Facebook

Zola Jesus on MySpace

Zola Jesus "Diamonds" Rihanna Cover, on SoundCloud

One-Eyed Doll: "You're a Vampire"

You're a Vampire, on YouTube


One-Eyed Doll (Official)

One-Eyed Doll on Facebook

One-Eyed Doll on MySpace

Centhron: "Gottwerk"

Gottwerk, on YouTube


Centhron (Official)

Centhron on Facebook

Centhron, on MySpace

Jez Kerr: "Isolation" (Joy Division cover)

"Isolation" on YouTube

I can't decide if I hate this cover, or if it's a work of genius. It's quite.. sped up.


Jez Kerr

Jez Kerr on Facebook

--Copyright 2012 Carrie Carolin

Dark Side of the Net

November 1, 2012

New Goth and Dark Links for November 1, 2012



I've been holding off on linking to this site for a long time, because the name is so very silly and gross. But I really enjoy Mary J. Hoffman's humorous horror art and films, and I think you will too.

Boogervampire on Facebook

Felipe Solano

The DeviantArt gallery of an artist/photographer from Spain. He calls this collection "Imagenes-Imperfectas." The photographs here are oddly unsettling - look at them more closely to find out why. My favorite here is "Honey, It's a Girl!"


This DeviantArt gallery is full of twisted illustrations: Twisted wallpaper, snapping cats, dark matter, twisted tales, and twisted monsters.

Saffron Reichenbacker

A visual artist who works in photography, prints; sculpture, and collage. I think the prints section is my favorite here, with Art Deco morbid looking ladies in reds, whites, blacks and greens.

Saffron Reichenbacker, on Facebook

Seiko Kato

This artist lives in Brighton, England. They're inspired by Victorian medical books, old Victorian drawings and Victorian paraphernalia.

At this site you can view 3d Montages such as the one above; drawings; 3d collages; and creations made from plastic and fabric.


My Love Haunted Heart

This is a site dedicated to 1960s and 1970s era gothic romances. Half the fun here is staring at the lurid covers with their billowy fashions and creepy houses. But also, the reviews are intriguingly well written. Glad to know I'm not the only one with a soft spot for silly Victoria Holt gothic novels.


Iklesiks Boutique

This UK-based Etsy shop sells adorably wicked little crocheted amigurumi dolls and monsters. My favorite is this evil kitty cat.

Iklesik Dolls on Facebook


This shop sells beautiful Gothic Lolita and Visual Kei jewelry and accessories.
There are lots of skull and rose-themed items, plus unusual pieces such as this Queen of Crows Crown. I also don't run into stores that sell eye patches very often. Cool!

Necrosarium on Facebook


The Following

Kevin Bacon plays a former FBI agent who is tasked with hunting down an escaped serial killer. This is more drama than horror, but since it's about a serial killer, I thought I'd mention it here. Plus, it has really cool teaser art.

The Following (Official) at

The Following, on Facebook



A club/venue in downtown Montreal, Quebec. It books bands who play punk, metal, black doom, psychobilly, rockabilly, electro-industrial, EBM, gothic, batcave and other alternative styles. I wouldn't go here hoping to attend a goth night, but if you're in the area looking for a show to go to, check out their upcoming gig listings.


The FearShop Horror Podcast

This horror podcast has been running for nearly four years. They are currently on Episode 86, which discusses and reviews Prometheus (2012), Smiley (2012), Chernobyl Diaries (2012), Adam Chaplin (2011) and Nightmare Concert (A Cat in the Brain)(1990).

Promote Horror

This site offers to help you promote your horror-related books, films, blogs, websites, artwork, photography, stores, conventions, events, podcasts, press releases, and Kickstarter campaigns. At no cost! Even if you don't have something to promote, this is a fascinating site for people interested in horror. Updated daily, it helps you keep up with new happenings, new shows, movies, and publications in the genre. Currently blogging about the Shockfest Film Festival, the film The Bay arriving in theaters; and mentioning a 22 minute short called Bloody Aliens.

PromoteHorror on Facebook

PromoteHorror on Twitter

Midnite Mausoleum

A cable horror show that's aired in over 50 cable markets across the country. Hosts Robyn Graves, Grimms, Wolfred and Marlena Midnite watch horror films and discuss the genre.

Midnite Mausoleum TV, on Facebook

--Copyright 2012 Carrie Carolin

Dark Side of the Net on Facebook

Darklinks on Twitter

October 30, 2012

Interesting Edgar Allan Poe Related Videos

The Tell-Tale Heart Short

The Tell-Tale Heart

A cartoon animated short, just under 8 minutes long, telling the story of The Tell-Tale Heart. Very humorous in places.

Edgar Allan Poe's Lenore

Edgar Allan Poe's Lenore

Accompanied by black-and-white images from Disney's Sleeping Beauty, if I'm not mistaken? The voiceover artist is a bit annoying, sorry to say.

Wings of Nevermore

Wings of Nevermore

A really cool animated 3 minute short based on The Raven.

Stevie Nicks singing Annabel Lee in Boston in 2011

I never knew that Stevie Nicks had an Annabel Lee song! I thought it was cool she performed it in Boston, the city of Poe's birth. But you might enjoy the clearer sound recording of the below video more:

Annabel Lee by Stevie Nicks

Lenore's Song, by Yunyu

Lenore's Song, by Yunyu

Absolutely incredible vocalist and amazing stop-motion video made from 16,000 still photographs. If you only click on one of these videos, make it this one.

I may go back and edit this post tomorrow or in the following days as I find more intriguing Poe-themed videos, so bookmark it and check back soon!

--Carrie Carolin

Dark Side of the Net

New Goth, Dark and Halloween Links for October 30, 2012


Frankenstein Superstar

John Hazard's PG-13 web comic about Frankenstein and his Jewish bride (Elsa Goldberg), who dwell in New York City. Their adopted 7 year old daughter is named Virginia Lovecraft-Poe (heh). The comic updates monthly. I think you'll enjoy checking it out!

Frankenstein Superstar on Facebook

Frankenstein Superstar on Twitter


Bloody Rare Books and Posters

This eBay store specializes in first editions of sci-fi, horror and mystery books; plus original vintage movie posters and screenplays. There's an entire Arkham House category, with lovely Clark Ashton Smith and August Derleth titles calling out to me to own them. The horror section has a lot of expensive first edition Stephen King and Clive Barker books. The movie posters are mostly post-1970 titles. (Check out the incredible art on this Polish "Rosemary's Baby" poster).

Designs by Dayzi

"Unique items with a spooky twist." This Etsy seller offers Nightmare Before Christmas and Zombie Brain embroidered patches; gorgeous delicate white lace embroidered skull ornaments; and zombie brain cameo necklaces. You never know what you'll see here next - that's the fun of it!

Wicked Elements

I wasn't sure about adding this furniture store. The furniture here isn't what we'd refer to as "gothic." It's just that everything here is so cool and unusual. There are flame chairs; lots of black, hot pink, purple or red upholestery; unusual shapes to the sofas; and cool names for the furniture pieces, such as this red Lucifer chair. I don't really like any of the bedding though, it looks tacky. Anyway, I thought some of the stuff here might make you smile for a second (such as this whimsical Cleopatra Lounge), so here it is.

Wicked Elements on Facebook

Zombie Trading Company

This shop sells zombie T-shirts and other clothing (hats, sweatpants); zombie baking and entertaining supplies (molds and edible gummy brains); zombie toys; zombie books and games. My favorite thing here is the zombie foot dog toy. I think I'll pick one up for Edgar and Victor.


The Macabre and Beautifully Grotesque

The curator(s) of this Facebook page are extremely talented at finding beautiful, mournful, dark, grim imagery. Join 350,000 other people on Facebook to await their fascinating daily findings and art images. (I love that whenever possible, unlike on most of Tumblr, these curators attempt to list the original creator/artist of the images they post).

New Goth City

New York area Halloween and goth events. Concerts and club events, art showings, theatrical openings, and other goth nightlife info. The curator is Sir William Welles. If I lived in NYC I would totally want to go to the every-last-Friday steampunk/Victorian absinthe social gathering event Chronologie. That sounds like a lot of fun!

New Goth City on Facebook


Halloween Attractions

This site is a directory for American pumpkin patches, corn mazes, haunted events, and Halloween attractions. This is really well organized, seems up to date, offers lots of info on the attractions, and lets visitors rate the pumpkin patches and haunted attractions. It's refreshingly heavy on the pumpkin patches, farms and events and not crammed full of Halloween haunt advertisements.

Junk Pumpkin

Oh what a wickedly delightful blog this is! "Sharing the fun of Halloweentown all year round." Currently featuring Pride, Prejudice and Zombies illustrations; a brief history of The Monster Mash; sharing a drippy red nails Halloween manicure tutorial; passing along some Halloween decorating ideas; and discussing essential Halloween films. Lots of fun things to see and ideas to ponder over here.


The Black Box Club

This is mostly a photo blog of obscure and intriguing images from old horror films, mostly Hammer films. Currently celebrating Halloween with Peter Cushing; sharing a gallery of images from Rasputin starring Christopher Lee; posting a 1970s horror magazine cover featuring Peter Cushing; and excited about the Hammer film The Mummy's Shroud coming out on Blu-Ray soon. I'm really enjoying looking at the photographs and scans here.

--Copyright 2012 Carrie Carolin

Dark Side of the Net Halloween links

Edgar Allan Poe Month: Movies Based on Poe or His Works

The Black Cat (1934)

The Black Cat DVD, on Amazon

Based on the 1845 Poe story "The Black Cat." Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer and starring two masters of horror, Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff.

The Black Cat, on AMC Filmsite

The Black Cat, on IMDB

The Black Cat, at Jaxon Film Fest

The Black Cat 1934 on Tumblr

The Black Cat, at Turner Classic Movies

The Black Cat, Part 1 of 6, on YouTube

The Black Cat Vintage Repro Poster, on eBay

Edgar Allan Poe's Annabel Lee (2009)

"Edgar Allan Poe's 'Annabel Lee' tells the story of Jack Blythe, an artist who rents a summer house in a quiet beach town to find creative inspiration. He gets more than he bargained for when he meets a beautiful but hauntingly mysterious woman who offers to be his subject for a painting. When Jack discovers that his seductive stranger resembles a woman presumed dead for 18 years, he becomes obsessed with uncovering the truth." An indie film written by the director.

Edgar Allan Poe's Annabel Lee, on IMDB

Edgar Allan Poe's Annabel Lee Trailer, on YouTube

An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe (1972)

An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe/Tomb of Ligeia DVD, on Amazon

This isn't a "film" per se but features Vincent Price reading aloud four of Poe's stories. He performed "The Cask of Amontillado, "The Pit and the Pendulum," "The Sphinx," and "The Tell-Tale Heart."

An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe, on IMDB

An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe, on Wikipedia

An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe, on YouTube

House of Usher (1960)

House of Usher DVD, on Amazon

Roger Corman directed Vincent Price in this film based on the Poe short story.

Fall of the House of Usher 1960, at IMDB

The Fall of the House of Usher, on Tumblr

House of Usher 1960, at Wikipedia

House of Usher, on YouTube

House of Usher Lobby Card, on eBay

The Key to Annabel Lee

A mystery short by author Staci Layne Wilson and Skinny Puppy's Nivek Ogre.

The Key to Annabel Lee, on IMDB

The Key to Annabel Lee Trailer, on YouTube

The Masque of the Red Death (1964)

Watch Masque of the Red Death on Amazon Prime Instant Videos

Another Roger Corman/Vincent Price film, based on the Poe story.

Masque of the Red Death 1964, on IMDB

Masque of the Red Death on Tumblr

Masque of the Red Death on Wikipedia

The Masque of the Red Death, on Netflix

Masque of the Red Death 1964, on YouTube

Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)

Murders in the Rue Morgue Reproduction Poster, on eBay

This early film starred Bela Lugosi.

Murders in the Rue Morgue 1932, on IMDB

Murders in the Rue Morgue, on Tumblr

Murders in the Rue Morgue 1932, on Wikipedia

Murders in the Rue Morgue 1932 Trailer, on YouTube

The Pit and the Pendulum (1961)

The Pit and the Pendulum 1961 DVD, on Amazon

Another Roger Corman/Vincent Price flick.

The Pit and the Pendulum 1961, on IMDB

The Pit and the Pendulum on Tumblr

The Pit and the Pendulum 1961 on Wikipedia

Rent "The Pit and the Pendulum" from Amazon or Watch Free with Amazon Prime Instant Video

The Pit and the Pendulum, on YouTube

The Pit and the Pendulum (1991)

The Pit and the Pendulum 1991 DVD, on Amazon

This starred Lance Henriksen, who I think is adorable.

The Pit and the Pendulum 1991 at IMDB

Rent The Pit and the Pendulum 1991 from Amazon or Watch Free on Amazon Instant Prime

The Premature Burial (1962)

The Premature Burial Blu-Ray, on Amazon

This Roger Corman film was the only one of his Poe-themed movies that didn't star Vincent Price. Instead, Ray Milland starred.

The Premature Burial, on IMDB

The Premature Burial, on Wikipedia

The Premature Burial Trailer, on YouTube

The Raven (1935)

The Bela Lugosi Collection, on Amazon

This film starred the two powerhouse horror leading men of the time, Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi.

The Raven (1935) on IMDB

The Raven 1935 on Tumblr

The Raven (1935) on Wikipedia

The Raven (1935) Trailer, on YouTube

The Raven (1963)

The Raven (1963) DVD on Amazon

Roger Corman directed three greats: Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff in this adaptation of Poe's poem.

The Raven (1963) on IMDB

The Raven 1963 on Tumblr

The Raven (1963) on Wikipedia

Watch The Raven 1963 on Amazon Prime Instant Video

The Raven (1963), on YouTube

The Raven (2012)

Unfortunately this detective drama fictionalizing Edgar Allan Poe's life wasn't well received by critics or audiences. It starred one of my favorite actors, John Cusack.

The Raven (2012) on IMDB

The Raven Official Facebook Page

The Raven Official Twitter

The Raven Trailer, on Apple

The Raven (2012) on Wikipedia

The Raven Trailer, on YouTube

The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe (1974)

The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe Poster, on eBay

This adaptation starred Cesar Romero. It doesn't have much of a presence on the Net, it's not being released on Blu-Ray or DVD, and nobody is uploading trailers or clips from it to YouTube, so I infer it wasn't very good?

The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe, on IMDB

The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe, at Sinful Celluloid

Tales of Terror (1962)

Tales of Terror DVD, on Amazon

Another Roger Corman film, starring Vincent Price and Peter Lorre. The three shorts here are "Morella," "The Black Cat," and "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar."

Tales of Terror (1962) on IMDB

Tales of Terror on Tumblr

Tales of Terror (1962) on Wikipedia

Tales of Terror 1962 Trailer, on YouTube

The Tomb of Ligeia (1964)

An Evening of Edgar Allan Poe/Tomb of Ligeia DVD, on Amazon

Roger Corman, Vincent Price and Elizabeth Shepherd.

The Tomb of Ligeia (1964) on IMDB

The Tomb of Ligeia on Tumblr

The Tomb of Ligeia (1964) on Wikipedia

The Tomb of Ligeia Trailer, on YouTube

The Tomb of Ligeia Movie Poster, on eBay

The Tomb (2009)

Fangoria Frightfest Presents The Tomb, on Amazon

This movie starred the ultra-sexy Wes Bentley. It was originally titled "Ligeia."

The Tomb, on IMDB


Roger Corman's Best Poe Movies (Chiller TV)

--Copyright 2012 Carrie Carolin

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