The Gothic, defined as a style characterized by gloomy settings, mysterious or violent events and an atmosphere of degeneration and decay or of an imperiled or doomed love, is amply portrayed in these three celluloid creepies. Whether dealing with a deathly love among the tombs of a graveyard, or a beautiful woman whose stunning looks captivate and alienate in equal measure or of macabre gravedigger who kill for profit, the Goth Box has it all and more. Includes:
Daughter Of Darkness
An Irish maid proves irresistible to all men, causing havoc in a town where even the local priest is after her. Sexual desire soon descends into brutal psychopathy with a grave ending!
The Iron Rose
After a romantic day together a pair of young lovers end up fooling around in an old highly gothic cemetery. They explore ancient crypts and cavort amongst the graves before being accidentally locked in for the night. From here, their romantic frolics quickly turn into a dark and surreal nightmare.
Burke And Hare
The lurid legend of grave-plundering dirtbags, Burke and Hare! In the early 1800s, UK law restricted the supply of corpses for medical research. Demand for dead bodies grew so high that two men saw a macabre business opportunity that they could not afford to ignore!