This week we're joined by Derek Rush, owner of Chthonic Streams as we tackle what to do about problematic artists within the scene, especially artists who have made notable contributions to the collective canon of goth and industrial music.
In the early 1900s, Radium became all the rage due to the luminous green light it gave off. It was used to paint watch dials and instrument panels, making them glow in the darkness. Little did most people know, Radium was highly radioactive. Some precautions were taken but an entire workforce of dial painters was seemingly forgotten and they suffered dearly for their employer's negligence.
What do these movies say about the decade that produced them, and more specifically, how do the central narratives shift when we examine the perspectives of the female characters throughout each story?