Tag: Penda’s Fen

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 […]

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).

These Lonely, Haunted Places

Mentally unpacking Penda’s Fen, a 1974 entry in the BBC’s “Plays for Today” series of television movies tackling controversial subjects often in similarly controversial fashion, can seem at first a tad overwhelming. There is so much going on in this deceptively modest looking movie that one scarcely knows […]