If you fell in love with "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" series, you're already familiar with one of our favorite genres: Nordic Noir. Want more? We're happy to share.
Level up your big day by booking one of these dark and lovely wedding venues, and say "I do" within castle walls, beneath gothic arches, or in the company of ghosts.
Somewhere between life and death, in a liminal space of melancholia and dark beauty lies the work of Dylan Garrett Smith. The Pennsylvania-based artist creates stunning pieces that explore nature's fragile cycle of bloom and decay. Smith's website describes him as: "An
As the Vernal Equinox approaches and thoughts turn to full moons, bunnies, eggs, and all things Springtide, we offer tales of the Milkhare and the Witch Hare, along with a bevy of otherworldly hares and bunnies -- perhaps you will
We like our books like we like our coffee: Big, dark, and delicious. With anatomy, fashion, death, and poisons in their pages, these coffee table books fit the bill.
Emil Melmoth crafts medical anomalies with a distinctly Catholic symbology that are incredibly disturbing yet impeccably, gorgeously detailed. Who can resist a bloody good sculpture, anyway?
Looking for the next book that'll keep you up late, reading under the covers? These Dear Darkling staff picks are worth the inevitable paper cuts. Here's what we're reading this month.
If you think nothing says "romance" like a knife to the throat, you might enjoy our curated list of short horror films that center on the human heart -- in more ways than one.
With the turn of a crank or the flick of a switch, the layered and intricate art of Jamie Winn comes to life, spinning us tales of fear and folklore.