Cosplay for the Recently Deceased
These two ladies, Amy and Hannah, love cosplaying together. They primarily focus on Beetlejuice related cosplay. Check out their Facebook page for a cool Beetlejuice Christmas tree. They also showcase other cosplayers with cool costumes, not always "dark" but still interesting to look at.
Dancing with Death
This is a Facebook page, not really a blog, but I thought you'd enjoy their daily posts on the darker side of life. In October, they are more of a Halloween lifestyle community. So far this is a cozy little place, with 240 fans.
I learn so much from browsing goth DJ playlists. Her most recent event was at Club Ascension.
This DJ broadcasts on Nightbreed Radio and via podcast.
A supernatural podcast by L.E. Muesch. New episodes are broadcast on the 13th of every month. Each episode features a new haunting story.
This Etsy shop is based in New York. Theda sells all sorts of adorable bat-themed merchandise: bat jewelry, bat-shaped pillows, and occasional vintage items that aren't batty.
My favorite item here is this set of bat cameo hair clips.
Diana Levin Art
This Los Angeles area artist creates "creepy cute" gothic fantasy art. You can buy prints and mini prints, ACEO trading cards, and pendants based on her art. My favorite piece here is the Wizard of Oz steampunk wicked witch.
Monkey Wrench Clothing
This shop is based in Kansas City, Missouri. They have a brick and mortar shop and also sell online. In addition to brands like Voodoo Vixen, they sell custom clothing. There are a few steampunk items here as well, and a few gifty type items.
This Australian shop specializes in retro rockabilly clothing. They carry many plus sizes. Besides men and women's clothing, they sell housewares, hosiery and shoes.
My favorite item here is this Polka dot rose dress.
This shop sells lots of cool El Dia de Los Muertos prints, plus pinup prints, papier mache skulls, and original art. I'd rather own the original Day of the Dead doll that's depicted in this print, than a print. I'm wondering where the dolls might be for sale!
A Haunting on the Screen
This horror blog is currently reviewing The Babadook.
You Only Live Twice
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