The Scotsman is going through a Gothic phase, specifically in relation to cinema-going.
The first article briefly mentions old cinemas in a Gothic style (along with Art Deco) and calls for a new architecture for new cinemas, and has quite a few interesting ideas for concept cinemas. Pretty sure the 20-person cinemas would get hammered by licencing restrictions though, unless a new licence for small cinemas was created.
Next up is what sounds like a Edinburgh Film Festival fringe event - Future Cinema at Club Ego - with performers, installation artists, short films and features. In this case the feature is Nosferatu.
The Independent also gets in on the Edinburgh film action, describing punk-rock movie Brothers of the Head as a
hellish gothic story. More interesting to us lot though, is news that Colour Me Kubrick is getting a showing. Not mentioned in the review, but a fair amount of Goth-types appear in this as extras (in a nightclub scene, if I recall correctly).
Edinburgh isn't the only place with film festivals, of course, and in Oberhausen
Gothic-beatnik mash-ups are the order of the day, in the form of Hauling Toto Big (never heard of it, and don't understand what the description means, for that matter).
Getting a look-in in at a Bostonian film fest is an updating of Edgar Allen Poe in The House of Usher.
A Kansas website, in it's coverage of local film festivals, briefly mentions a film called The Empty Acre, which is terms a
rural Gothic horror drama.