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Grant McPhee 20h
Like fellow actor Charles Laughton, Roddy McDowall sadly only directed one film. Nowhere near as well known as Night of the Hunter, "Tam Lin" is equally fantastic. An essential slice of psychedelic folk horror and swinging Edinburgh.
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James Stoorie Jan 25
James Stoorie's 'Book Of Joy'. All Hail 'The Joyful Ones'! All Hail 'The Stag Nation'! Once more under moonlight we met, the silhouettes I had known so well. And how grave they looked. How very, very grave...
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colin james fenwick Jan 23
Thrown some digital paint (mostly green) at an older picture, in this case one based on Nigel Kneale's classic 'The Stone Tape'
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Brake3 Jan 24
Demand has been very high for this creepy The Village in the Woods to be available on DVD. So... πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€
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Bella InThe Wych Elm 23h
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James Stoorie 6h
Drink 'The Elixir Of Joy'! You'll soon develop a taste for it... James Stoorie's 'Book Of Joy'. Available Now! At Amazon, Barnes & Noble, & many, many other obscure places.
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Mia Mina McDonald 1h
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Graham Vasey Jan 22
Finally after so many delays this weekend is officially filming day!! until the sun come out and spoils it that is
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Justin Hopper Jan 22
Celebrate the Giant: a poetic walk to the Long Man of Wilmington w/ , myself & others, to sanctify Nathan's new music inspired by the Long Man. 1st Feb., 14.30. All are welcome.
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Folk Horror Revival Jan 19
Our next book! Folk Horror Revival: Corpse Roads Revised EditionπŸ“–, a collection of classic and contemporary poetry Updated & redesigned with extra photos, poems + new cover art All sales profits donated to 🦑 Coming soon from
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Frazer Lee Jan 21
β€œFrazer Lee has done it again! Another great story, haunting & intriguing all the way through. Great characters, well written & full of mystery” πŸ‘» Read my creepy novel in paperback, hardcover & ebook, from
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Hookland Jan 20
When in every direction you gaze, eyes rest upon fractured ecological relationships, broken and abusive exchanges with landscape, you shouldn’t need to ask why so many people turn to folk horror, turn to strange stories about the spirits of place.
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Grant McPhee Jan 24
Spooky folk afternoon listening. "All at once I stepped out of a dream"
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Richard Littler Jan 20
Replying to @richard_littler
More Swiss spotted in the wild, this time in Thun. He's called the Fulehung (Bern dialect: Lazy Dog), a captured jester who was hunted through the streets until he collapsed after the Battle of Murten (1476). The tradition continues (without the collapsing part)
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Frazer Lee Jan 24
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howard david ingham Jan 24
So I was talking with the fragrant about adapting his marvellous piece of cover art for WE DON'T GO BACK into T shirts. But would you want one? And what colour shirt would you wear?
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Death is restless ... the lych ways bustle with lifeless again ... Folk Horror Revival: Corpse Roads Revised Edition coming soon ... image - Ethan Penell & Andy Paciorek
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Folk Horror Revival Jan 23
An excellent short film on the film archive, inspired by the Irish legend of the hungry grass that grows on the sites where the victims of the Irish Famine died
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Terry Maughan Jan 23
Ooh, next page I can't wait to find out what I've drawn tonight
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Frazer Lee Jan 19
Replying to @LadyBrooklynn
πŸ™πŸ» β€œLee creates an atmosphere of unease & foreboding that culminates in explosive violence & terror. Rife with frightening imagery, ghosts, & visceral horror, this tale will please the most ardent of horror fans” (Booklist)
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