Gothic Bite Magazine recognizes that we all have different taste and that is amazing because in our opinion it means that there are no real good or bad movies. It all depends on the taste of each person.
For that reason, we decided not to offer a Top 100 BAD Horror Movies, but Cheesy instead and more about the appearance or in funny manners. So, here are our picks!
At Gothic Bite Magazine, we are lucky enough to work with Kendra, our Chief Editor. She is a special effect makeup artist.
This month, in honor of our Witch print magazine edition available on Amazon, Kendra used her blobette to pose as a witch!
The movie Poltergeist is one of the cult classics of horror that everyone still believes to this day to be one of the best made.
No movie can ever be like it. No one can make a movie like it again. Poltergeist is without a doubt, fantastic.
When I was younger, my passion for horror movies got me intrigued about a variety of subjects. I only had about two friends. We would go to the video store and choose horror movies.
There was that one with a horrible face and red title, Night of the Demons. I had to watch it.
Everyone knows the burned face, the hat, the Christmas sweater with the leather gloves armed with razors.
His name is Freddy Krueger, and he haunts the dreams of teenagers. In the first movie though, he was after the children of those who killed him thus A Nightmare on Elm Street commence.
Gothic Bite Magazine is my precious baby, aside from my furry assistant, Carey. It was a dream of mine since I was in high school to have my magazine.
Here We Go Again!
Let’s face it though, I’m no fashion girl and not goth either. I’m in between, and so is GBM!
You know the story of Gothic Bite Magazine already. I was on my couch, watching Hotel Transylvania – The Series. It’s no secret. I wrote it a few times. I reached out to friends and created Gothic Bite Magazine.Continue reading “Gothic Bite Magazine on Amazon!”
Let’s face it, Halloween is all about sweets and candy. Monsters know a lot about cookies and candy.
We know how to make them and where to get the right dirt to haunt them good.
Everyone looking for recipes often ends up on a post on Pinterest called Spooky Cookies. However, not all turn out well. I, myself, had to make some small little adjustments to the recipe to make it work. Working with blog recipes, sometimes seem so easy and too good to be true! It usually is.Continue reading “Zombie Eyeballs Cookies”
Halloween cannot be complete without a real monster recipe given to you by a real friendly monster.
At Gothic Bite Magazine, we are a few that enjoys monster food and so here is my Ghoulash recipe.
30 Days of Night, based on a comic book vampire miniseries of the same name came out in the year 2007. As the 31 Days of Halloween reaches the end, here is the review!
With the 31 Days of Halloween coming to its end, some movies still need some reviews and this one is quite special because it is the original Swedish version of Let Me In.
In 2003 the world was not ready for what was coming to the world of horror.
Rob Zombie previously had been significant in the world of music with some saying his music videos were like horror movies unto themselves.
Greetings Gothic Bite ghoul-readers! I’m James the Skeleton in the Closet with my first ever article for the blog! To introduce myself, let me tell you about my Gravedigger Cake.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a movie I’ve watched more times than I care to remember.
Horror was a staple in my household growing up, and this has to be one of my absolute favorites.
In 1987, the world received a classic horror franchise in the making. Based upon a novella by Clive Barker called, The Hellbound Heart.
The original film in this franchise released in 2007 and quickly became a cult hit.
The follow-ups to the original quickly launched until 2015, leaving a massive story that spans six films.
All right, I’m a huge John Carpenter fan, so when I saw I could review one of his films, then I jumped at the chance.
I have already done one of Stephen King’s movie translations, so I figured it would be an honor for me to follow it up with another of his best, that’s right Misery.
Kathy Bates and James Caan star in this 1990 film adaption of Stephen King’s 1987 best seller by the same name.
This movie was my childhood trauma. I was between three and five when I saw this movie for the first time.
Imagine a kid so excited that they get to watch a big kid movie with their teenaged Aunt for the first time.