Tag: Folk Horror

From the Archives: These Lonely, Haunted Places

SF/F Editor Keith Allison is engaged in a top secret mission abroad, so this month we’ll be sharing his meditation on folk horror and Penda’s Fen. ~~~ Mentally unpacking Penda’s Fen, a 1974 entry in the BBC’s “Plays for Today” series of television movies tackling controversial subjects often […]

Sleep Walk

While milling over what to write about during 2018, I found myself in a state of some distress when I was unable to come up with anything that ignited a passion in me. Even books and films I’d enjoyed inspired in me no particular desire to write about […]

Walpurgisnacht Viewing!

The Guardian has a look at some films perfect for your Walpurgisnacht and Beltane viewing, including Kill List, Penda’s Fen, Wake Wood, as well as The Blood On Satan’s Claw and, of course, The Wicker Man. (via @katelaity).

Into the Woods: American Sci-Fi Folk Horror

I missed last month due to the holidays, so I’m overcompensating and making this article much longer and more rambling than anyone probably wants. And this being the holiday season and all, it dwells a little on growing up, bonds of friendship, wandering around in the woods, and Nazis. […]