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* As a work [[{{Troperiffic}} that uses tropes from many horror subgenres]], it's only natural that ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' is this too.


* The ''[[Film/BladeTrilogy Blade]]'' movie trilogy may be the epitome of Gothic Punk, at least in action flick form.

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* The ''[[Film/BladeTrilogy Blade]]'' movie trilogy may ''Film/BladeTrilogy'' be the epitome of Gothic Punk, at least in action flick form.



** Alex Proyas tends to do this a lot. ''Film/DarkCity'' was very much a Gothic Punk film

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** Alex Proyas Creator/AlexProyas tends to do this a lot. ''Film/DarkCity'' was very much a Gothic Punk film

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** "Dark Bunny" is a parody of Batman.


* The ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' films exemplify this trope so much that White Wolf accused the filmmakers of ripping off the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness''.

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* The ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' ''Film/Underworld2003'' films exemplify this trope so much that White Wolf accused the filmmakers of ripping off the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness''.


* The ''Blade'' movie trilogy may be the epitome of Gothic Punk, at least in action flick form.

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* The ''Blade'' ''[[Film/BladeTrilogy Blade]]'' movie trilogy may be the epitome of Gothic Punk, at least in action flick form.


* The ''Blackthorn'' series by Lindsay J. Pryor combines Paranormal Romance with repressive social models, Gothic nightclubs, and corrupt officials.



* The ''Literature/PrettyWhenSheDies'' series by Rhiannon Frater has a vampire necromancer protagonist.



* The ''Blackthorn'' series by Lindsay J. Pryor combines Paranormal Romance with repressive social models, Gothic nightclubs, and corrupt officials.
* The ''Literature/PrettyWhenSheDies'' series by Rhiannon Frater has a vampire necromancer protagonist.

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* ''Literature/TheShadowspawn'' by Creator/SMStirling.


A place which is like the modern-day real world, only a lot more goth. Various supernatural creatures control the world just below the surface, treating humans as cattle at best, and vermin at worst. There's also usually pandemic angst.

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A place which is like the modern-day real world, only a lot more goth.{{goth|icHorror}}. Various supernatural creatures control the world just below the surface, treating humans as cattle at best, and vermin at worst. There's also usually pandemic angst.


* The film ''Film/{{Constantine}}'' features {{Keanu Reeves}} - as an exorcist/demon hunter who's out to save the world from a race of rampant hell-demons.

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* The film ''Film/{{Constantine}}'' features {{Keanu Reeves}} Creator/KeanuReeves - as an exorcist/demon hunter who's out to save the world from a race of rampant hell-demons.

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* ''Literature/WeWalkTheNight'' is a deliberate homage to the genre.


* While Neil Gaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' series doesn't quite qualify, it does certainly bring the Goth in Death.


If this takes place TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture, and with more robots, it's {{Cyberpunk}}.

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If this takes place TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture, and with more robots, it's {{Cyberpunk}}.
{{Cyberpunk}}. See also UrbanFantasy.


If a film takes place in a GothicPunk setting, expect its soundtrack to include something by either [[Music/NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] or Music/DannyElfman.

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If a film takes place in a GothicPunk Gothic Punk setting, expect its soundtrack to include something by either [[Music/NineInchNails Trent Reznor]] or Music/DannyElfman.



* The ''Blade'' movie trilogy may be the epitome of GothicPunk, at least in action flick form.
* The movie adaptation of James O'Barr's ''Film/TheCrow'' comic exposed millions to the GothicPunk aesthetic.
** Alex Proyas tends to do this a lot. ''Film/DarkCity'' was very much a GothicPunk film

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* The ''Blade'' movie trilogy may be the epitome of GothicPunk, Gothic Punk, at least in action flick form.
* The movie adaptation of James O'Barr's ''Film/TheCrow'' comic exposed millions to the GothicPunk Gothic Punk aesthetic.
** Alex Proyas tends to do this a lot. ''Film/DarkCity'' was very much a GothicPunk Gothic Punk film


* As mentioned above, WhiteWolf's ''TabletopGame/WorldOfDarkness'' setting both named and codified the genre.

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* As mentioned above, WhiteWolf's Creator/WhiteWolf's ''TabletopGame/WorldOfDarkness'' setting both named and codified the genre.


* The definite example of this, but RecycledInSpace, is ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''.

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* The definite example of this, but RecycledInSpace, is ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. The language the Imperium speaks is both High and Low Gothic and much of the architecture is in the Gothic style. Even major battleships are in the same vaulted style.

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