It's ok, some good essays in it but a lot of guff too. It's a very fancily bound fanzine really, so once you know that going in you should know what you're getting. There's a definition of folk horror as a genre/movement but it's pretty loose, will find and quote later.
Cool. Didn't know you were a Brit horror fan johnny.I haven't seen 'The Witch' yet but it seems to tick all the boxes for fans of the genre. It also got mixed reviews from the general public so that seems like a good thing to me.
Did I already share the nifty 'The Devil Rides Out' poster I got recently?
I got these two. He did a beautiful Wicker Tree one too, but I haven't seen that film and based on what I've heard I don't think I could bring myself to hang it. That could change though.this graphic designer dude is worth following on twitter for general horror recommendations/insights but seems to be particularly into folk horror side of things. Bought a cool Wicker Man print off him a few years back, pissed with myself now I didn't get the Field In England one also.
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really pissed to have missed that AFIE one. look great framed, have yet to do mine to do my wicker man one to be honest
I initially thought that too. But wasn't there bits about the folklore of Hobs End talking about goblins, sprites etc haunting the area in the past. It might have been mentioned more in the TV series.I wouldn't call quatermass and the pit a folk horror. Its set in the centre of london.
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