April 3rd, 2017

Gothic Homemaking RETURNS!!!!

 

Gothic homemaking is back with the premiere of Season Two- Episode 6 "Wardrobe of the Damned- part 2"

 

See it now right here: 

 

 

 

March 21st, 2017

 

April fools!!!! The Gothic Homemaking show will not resume on April 1st as originally planned but rather on Monday, April 3rd. Each subsequent episode will premiere on Mondays thereafter at 6:66pm EST (that's 7:06pm for those who can't figure it out).

 

 

 

 

March 14th, 2017

 

 

Season Two of Gothic Homemaking returns on April 1st!!!! See the episode guide for upcoming episodes!

 

 

December 5th, 2016

 The Gothic Homemaking show is now in HIATUS! We hope you've enjoyed the five episodes released so far and while the show is on break, WE'RE NOT! We continue making more episodes for you! Stay tuned for when part two of Season One will begin airing!!!

In the meanwhile, we are pleased to announce our first addition to our webstore! We are offering a very limited number of Gothic Homemaking Black Christmas Kits! Making a Gothic Bottle Candelabra has never been easier! See the STORE for more details!

 

 

 

 

 

October 6th, 2016

 

 

 

The Gothic Homemaking show has launched! You can see a new episode every Thursday at noon (EST ) at Voltaire's Youtube channel, The Lair of Voltaire here:  www.youtube.com/voltairemusicpage

 

...Or here on the Episodes page: http://gothichomemaking.com/episodes/

 

 

 

August 30th, 2016

 

UPDATE:

 

The world premiere for the Gothic Homemaking show is now set for Sunday, September 4th at Dragoncon in Atlanta. Episode one  (and possibly two, time permitting) will be screened in the Crystal Ballroom of the Hilton. Aurelio Voltaire will be on hand to introduce the series and take questions.

For those of you who can not attend, fear not! The series begins airing online on Thursday, October 6th at noon EST at www.youtube.com/voltairemusicpage

A new episode will air every Thursday at noon EST for the remainder of season one.

 

 

 

 

July 1st, 2016

UPDATE:

Well, apparently the April 1st release date must have been an April fool's joke after all. We are in full swing producing this show, but as should have been imagined, it's taking much longer than expected. For one, the episodes, which were intended to be around ten minutes long are now around twenty five minutes long each! They are now slightly longer than the length of the average half hour television show (minus commercials)!!! And they are crammed with content. The goal is to have six episodes finished before we launch to insure you at least six weeks of consecutive new episodes once it hits the internet. Presently, there are two finished episodes. We are now working on episode three and there is already tons and tons of footage for other episodes (shot everywhere from Los Angeles to Leipzig, Germany!) that still need to be weaved into the narrative and edited into their respective episodes. We are very grateful for your patience and want you to know that we're working tirelessly to make this a show that will be worth the wait. Presently, the optimistic launch date is September 1st, 2016.
Wish us luck!

You can see an update video and Gothic Haul of items purchased for the show here:


 

 

March 1st, 2016

 

Gothic Homemaking web series in production!

 

 

 

 

After a successful Indiegogo campaign that raised nearly twice its funding goal, Aurelio Voltaire has begun production of a new web series called Gothic Homemaking. This series, which takes its cues from the book penned by Voltaire several years ago, Paint it Black: a Guide to Gothic Homemaking, is in Voltaire's words intended to be "informative but hilarious." Like the book, the show will demonstrate how to turn ordinary objects into macabre object du art, with a heavy emphasis on sourcing all of the best Gothic furniture, taxidermy and other macabre furnishings. Through it all, expect Voltaire's tongue in cheek approach and the acerbic and dry retorts of his desiccated co-host, Orville Deadenbacher. The show will stream on Voltaire's youtube page: www.youtube.com/voltairemusicpage . With over 52,000 subscribers and over ten million channel views to date, it's sure to have a healthy audience of macabre enthusiasts.

No release date is set as of yet, but word on the street is that the production team is eyeing an April 1st launch for the first episode. And that's no joke!

Hear Voltaire talk about the show's Indiegogo campaign in the video below:

 

 

After a successful Indiegogo campaign that raised nearly twice its funding goal, Aurelio Voltaire has begun production of a new web series called Gothic Homemaking. This series, which takes its cues from the book penned by Voltaire several years ago, Paint it Black: a Guide to Gothic Homemaking, is in Voltaire's words intended to be "informative but hilarious." Like the book, the show will demonstrate how to turn ordinary objects into macabre object du art, with a heavy emphasis on sourcing all of the best Gothic furniture, taxidermy and other macabre furnishings. Through it all, expect Voltaire's tongue in cheek approach and the acerbic and dry retorts of his desiccated co-host, Orville Deadenbacher. The show will stream on Voltaire's youtube page: www.youtube.com/voltairemusicpage . With over 52,000 subscribers and over ten million channel views to date, it's sure to have a healthy audience of macabre enthusiasts.

No release date is set as of yet, but word on the street is that the production team is eyeing an April 1st launch for the first episode. And that's no joke!

Hear Voltaire talk about the show's Indiegogo campaign in the video below:

 

- See more at: http://voltaire.net/#sthash.yZiCp5TO.dpuf

 

 

After a successful Indiegogo campaign that raised nearly twice its funding goal, Aurelio Voltaire has begun production of a new web series called Gothic Homemaking. This series, which takes its cues from the book penned by Voltaire several years ago, Paint it Black: a Guide to Gothic Homemaking, is in Voltaire's words intended to be "informative but hilarious." Like the book, the show will demonstrate how to turn ordinary objects into macabre object du art, with a heavy emphasis on sourcing all of the best Gothic furniture, taxidermy and other macabre furnishings. Through it all, expect Voltaire's tongue in cheek approach and the acerbic and dry retorts of his desiccated co-host, Orville Deadenbacher. The show will stream on Voltaire's youtube page: www.youtube.com/voltairemusicpage . With over 52,000 subscribers and over ten million channel views to date, it's sure to have a healthy audience of macabre enthusiasts.

No release date is set as of yet, but word on the street is that the production team is eyeing an April 1st launch for the first episode. And that's no joke!

Hear Voltaire talk about the show's Indiegogo campaign in the video below:

 

- See more at: http://voltaire.net/#sthash.yZiCp5TO.dpuf

 

 

After a successful Indiegogo campaign that raised nearly twice its funding goal, Aurelio Voltaire has begun production of a new web series called Gothic Homemaking. This series, which takes its cues from the book penned by Voltaire several years ago, Paint it Black: a Guide to Gothic Homemaking, is in Voltaire's words intended to be "informative but hilarious." Like the book, the show will demonstrate how to turn ordinary objects into macabre object du art, with a heavy emphasis on sourcing all of the best Gothic furniture, taxidermy and other macabre furnishings. Through it all, expect Voltaire's tongue in cheek approach and the acerbic and dry retorts of his desiccated co-host, Orville Deadenbacher. The show will stream on Voltaire's youtube page: www.youtube.com/voltairemusicpage . With over 52,000 subscribers and over ten million channel views to date, it's sure to have a healthy audience of macabre enthusiasts.

No release date is set as of yet, but word on the street is that the production team is eyeing an April 1st launch for the first episode. And that's no joke!

Hear Voltaire talk about the show's Indiegogo campaign in the video below:

 

- See more at: http://voltaire.net/#sthash.yZiCp5TO.dpuf