There's a new animated horror comedy forthcoming from the makers of Coraline featuring the voice of Kodi Smit-McPhee (Let Me In) as Norman, a boy who can speak to the dead.
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Stirling's Gothic Reading Group will meet on Wednesday 14th December, in Pathfoot D2, to discuss Gillian Flynn's Dark Places (2009). All are welcome to join us for an informal discussion of this novel over mince-pies and sherry -- a bit of welcome Gothic relief to cheery seasonal Festivities.
The international trailer for John Cusack's gothic thriller, The Raven, has been released. Shorter than the previously released trailer, it's made up of much the same scenes as the former if a bit more grisly, as Cusack's Edgar Allan Poe and Luke Evan's Emmet Fields get caught up in a cat and mouse game with a serial killer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=US&v=wZMsnHh7dlI
Doesn’t this look interesting? The beautifully restored Bo’ness Hippodrome is showing ‘Juve versus Fantômas’ tomorrow night (Friday 2 December). Described by film historian David Thomson as ‘the first great movie experience’, Louis Feuillade’s Fantômas consists of five films made between 1911 and 1914 and follows the thrilling adventures of inspector Juve and his evil nemesis, Fantômas. Tomorrow night’s screening is accompanied by a live score performed by cult Parisian DJs RadioMentale. For ten years the sound-artist duo have been broadcasting their own cult-show in Pa