Elvira: An Illustrated History of The Mistress of the Dark
Horror and science fiction have always been a part of the television canvas, and constant attempts have been made over the years to produce classic entertainment. Some have fallen by the wayside, while others became mainstream phenomena.
The past three years have seen a major resurgence sex the Mistress of the Dark that we know as Elvira. Elvira has always had that wonderful ability to disappear for a few years, re-emerge in full force for a long time and creep back scene to the shadows for a little bit. Cassandra Peterson has turned the character into a bona fide franchise, especially in the digital age, selling branded merchandise, her own book, and even collectible dolls from Funko.
In the cable television days and video age, Elvira was an—ahem—asset you saw often, and one of my earliest memories of the horror host came through her girl pornstar sex to movies on television and appearances on MTV. That said, as many know, her movie was intended as a back door pilot for a potential sitcom on NBC, and I can think of no one better suited for their own sitcom than Elvira.
Spending years in development, Elvira finally got her wish inwhen she filmed her very own pilot for the CBS Network.
Elvira pointing at her cleavage: Loosely set after the events scene the movie, Elvira moves again, this time to Manhattan Kansas where she elvira up in another conservative small town. There, she resides with her fun aunt Minerva who also happens to be a quirky witchand their smart mouthed cat named Renfield.
Elvira hides in plain sight pretending to read fortunes and create potions for sex superstitious folks in town, but things get complicated when elvira lost niece Paige is dropped off at the house and forced to live with her aunts.