Highlighted Resources

This page features links to resources of specific interest, often curated by Folk Horror Revival admins, and covers the full range of Folk Horror topics and media. You can use the drop down from the main-menu option to find links to audio, visual and written works.

  • Unearthing Forgotten Horrors 23/01/2017 - This week’s Unearthing Forgotten Horrors is the 100th episode of our time with A1 Radio. This special show features new music from The Daughters of Grief, Mortlake Bookclub and Mzylkypop, as well as tracks from Hexvessel, Circulus, Bruno Nicolai, Carlo Maria Cordio, Hermione Harvestman and Sidney Sager. It also features my tribute to legendary Can … Continue reading Unearthing Forgotten Horrors 23/01/2017
  • Unearthing Forgotten Horrors 26/09/2016 - This week’s Unearthing Forgotten Horrors radio show features music from Blood Ceremony, Witchcraft, Sylvester Anfang II, Stone Breath, The Valerie Project, Fred Myro and Malcolm Seagrove, Eric Peters, Opeth and Palace of Swords. It all kicks off on Monday evening at 7pm UK time on (A1Radio – Online, Anytime) A1Radio – Online, Anytime A1Radio is … Continue reading Unearthing Forgotten Horrors 26/09/2016
  • Local Lore; Ellesmere - A few over-grassed earthworks are all that remain of a Norman motte-and-bailey castle in the picturesque market town of Ellesmere (North Shropshire), stood on the banks of The Mere, the largest of a number of small lakes in the area. It is said that the lake was originally dry pasture, with a good well on … Continue reading Local Lore; Ellesmere
  • (episodes from) The Field Bazaar - (episodes from) The Field Bazaar In the early 1970’s, so the story goes a group of young up and coming Portuguese script writers recruited from adverts in trade magazines and on university noticeboards were locked in a room together with a projector, an endless supply of coffee and cigarettes and a pile of books. The … Continue reading (episodes from) The Field Bazaar
  • Septimus Keen – the forgotten village - Where English folk music had Cecil Sharpe and American roots music had Alan Lomax the outer reaches of the sonic spectrum has its own audio relic hunter. A shadowy enigma who set off in search of lost melodies and forgotten horrors more years ago now than anyone cares to remember. He surfaces every few months … Continue reading Septimus Keen – the forgotten village
  • Andy Paciorek – Books - Andy Paciorek is a graphic artist, drawn mainly to the worlds of myth, folklore, symbolism, decadence, curiosa, anomaly, dark romanticism and otherworldly experience. He is fascinated both by the beautiful and the grotesque and the twilight threshold consciousness where these boundaries blur. The mist-gates, edges and liminal zones where nature borders supernature and daydreams and nightmares cross paths are of great inspiration.
  • Cumbrian Cthulhu - Whilst only certain elements of H.P. Lovecraft's oeuvre could be considered 'folk horror', the Cumbrian Cthulhu project is a different matter, using Lovecraft's old god mythos as a platform, Cumbrian Cthulhu integrates the folklore, geography, history, megalithia and psychogeography of England's Lake District in its anthologies of new illustrated weird tales by various authors.
  • The Hare And The Moon - If you have not yet discovered The Hare and The Moon ... what are you waiting for? Remedy this and treat your ears to the magnificent tones of some very haunted and haunting folk. The ideal addition to any folk horror music collection.
  • Unearthing Forgotten Horrors Radio Show – 18/1/01 - Unearthing Forgotten Horrors' is an hour-long delve into the darker recesses of the musical underworld. A chance to immerse yourself in obscure horror soundtracks, dark drones, weird electronica, freaky folk, crazed kosmiche and some of the most abhorrent and twisted psychedelia ever committed to vinyl, CD or cassette.
  • Folk Horror Revival : Field Studies ~ charity fundraiser - In November 2015 we released the book Folk Horror Revival: Field Studies - a collection of essays and interviews by a wealth of talents with the mission of donating 100% of all book sales profits to different Wildlife Trusts conservation, countryside and community projects.