This is advertised as "the darker side of fusion". I have serious reservations about Gothic Bellydance, or Raks Gothique as some call it. As I've said before, I feel it sometimes takes Fusion so far that it loses all connection with belly dance. And even when it is identifiably belly dancing, it's so self-absorbed that the dancer seems to be dancing for herself, not for the audience.
Finally, while I love the fact that belly dance encourages dancers of all abilities to get up and perform, there's a big difference between dancing at a hafla or student concert, and dancing on a DVD which is going to be sold to people as a professional performance. I don't know the background of the dancers on this DVD but some of them looked decidedly amateur.