Various visuals from the realms of Folk Horror.
- The Sermon: A Review - The Sermon opens with some beautifully shot images of the English countryside haunting, magical and pictureseque they set the scene perfectly. These are followed by an opening credit sequence that recalls the heyday of Hammer and Amicus films, a lone crow flies into shot and lands in a lonesome tree. A close up of the … Continue reading The Sermon: A Review
- `Unburied’ – Folk Horror takes centre stage. - From the creators of BADD : Bothered About Dungeons & Dragons comes their new project, UNBURIED – in part inspired by the first FHR event `Otherworldy’ held at the British Museum in 2016. In 1978, HTV produced a six-part children’s Folk Horror serial called ‘Unburied’. The tapes are now missing, presumed destroyed. In the subsequent … Continue reading `Unburied’ – Folk Horror takes centre stage.
- Folk Horror Revival Presents Winter Ghosts, Whitby December 2017 - (Folk Horror Revival Presents Winter Ghosts 2017) Folk Horror Revival Presents Winter Ghosts 2017 Folk Horror Revival presents Winter Ghosts Where better to spend an engaging winter’s evening in the compan… Where better to spend an engaging winter’s evening in the company of the Folk Horror Revival group, than in the beautiful coastal town of … Continue reading Folk Horror Revival Presents Winter Ghosts, Whitby December 2017
- Our first Folk Horror Revival Young Artist of the Month - Our Young Artist of the Month for April is Harry Stagg. Harry is 8 years old and is from East London. He enjoys acting and karate and watching cartoons with his dad. His favourite cartoons are Regular Show, Invader Zim and Ghostbusters. His favourite band is Guns & Roses and his favourite song is Jukebox … Continue reading Our first Folk Horror Revival Young Artist of the Month
- Requiem For A Village (David Gladwell, 1975) - It's hard to imagine what a non-native would make of this curious and densely-layered film which manages, quite wonderfully, to be both near-unintelligible and yet to also give voice to the subtle conflicts that lie at the heart of the English countryside, of the English soul.
- FHR YouTube Channel - The Folk Horror Revival YouTube channel is a selection of group-curated playlists, containing films, TV programmes and documentary channels relevant to the group's aesthetic. Content for these playlists is generated from submissions and discussion on the Folk Horror Revival Facebook group and from personal researches by the group's admins.