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The 20 greatest goth beauty looks on film

Unless you're 14 and have a penchant for all things on the darker side of life, there are few excuses to whack on the black eyeliner as if your life depended on it.

Which is why we're so happy that World Goth Day is here again (yes, it's totally a thing, we Googled it). It's one of the only times in the year (let's not forget Halloween) when we can rock the goth look without anyone asking us if we've got a vitamin D deficiency.

So, here's to all the brilliantly khol-ed up woman on the big screen who wear their undead style with pride.

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