Tag Archives: Folk Horror

Winter 2017 Reviews

A collection of seasonal reading loosely connected by the themes of landscape, time and memory… The Last London: True Fictions from an Unreal City – Iain Sinclair This is the eighteenth and supposedly final chapter of Iain Sinclair’s London novel. … Continue reading

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A Bridge That Divides

A bridge that links and divides. Two nations, border country, and in my mind I’m so close to the edge. But fly-strewn water fills my mouth, and drowns all possible words. The water is warm and viscous, its whole surface … Continue reading

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Sulphur – an Interview with Christopher Ian Smith

Sulphur is a new short film by Christopher Ian Smith.  It is a macabre experiment across documentary and horror.  Sulphur dives head first into the folk traditions and ceremonial weirdness of bonfire night in Lewes, Sussex, an annual event of … Continue reading

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