31 Gothic Shows to Creep the Romance Alive

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  1. Crimson Peak, 2015
  2. Dragonwyck, 1946
  3. The Monk, 2011
  4. Byzantium, 2012
  5. Wuthering Heights, 1939
  6. Bram Stoker’s Dracula, 1992
  7. Dracula, 1931
  8. Rebecca, 2020
  9. Dark Shadows, 1991
  10. Gaslight, 1944
  11. Sweeny Todd, 2007
  12. The Bride, 1985
  13. Corpse Bride, 2005
  14. The Woman in Black, 2012
  15. Sleepy Hollow, 1999
  16. The Crow, 1994
  17. The Haunting of Bly Manor, 2020
  18. The Heiress, 1949
  19. Phantom of the Opera, 2004
  20. Love Never Dies, 
  21. Edward Scissorhands, 1990
  22. Jane Eyre, 1997
  23. 1408, 2007
  24. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, 2016
  25. My Cousin Rachel, 2017 
  26. Dark City, 1998
  27. The Old Dark House, 1932
  28. Valerie and Her Week of Wonders, 1970
  29. Kiss of the Damned, 2012
  30. Lisa and the Devil, 1973
  31. A Cure for Wellness, 2016

Have we forgotten one? Help us grow our list! Comment below.

4 thoughts on “31 Gothic Shows to Creep the Romance Alive

  1. Nice list overall. Not sure why you’d go with the so-so 2020 remake of Rebecca rather than Hitchcock’s 1940 masterpiece, but de gustibum non disputandem est. 🙂 I might have also thrown a bone to the original 1940 Gaslight, but that’s a fairly subjective call. I prefer Walbrook to Boyer in general, but that’s just me and otherwise the Hollywood version is in almost all respects the superior one.

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  2. You should add the 1930s Frankenstein trilogy to this list. The entire movie, especially the first two; are wonderful works of gothic horror. The sets are spacious and seem to reach for the sky. They envelope our characters into a world of space that is dark and mysterious. Very dark and gothic.

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