Film Review: BLOOD HARVEST (a.k.a. The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw / The Ballad of Audrey Earnshaw) (2020)

BLOOD HARVEST (a.k.a. The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw / The Ballad of Audrey Earnshaw) *** Canada 2020 Dir: Thomas Robert Lee. 93 mins Afforded the awful new title of BLOOD HARVEST (which already belongs to a memorably bonkers 80s Tiny Tim slasher flick) instead of its original, more appropriate THE BALLAD OF AUDREY EARNSHAW moniker, … Continue reading “Film Review: BLOOD HARVEST (a.k.a. The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw / The Ballad of Audrey Earnshaw) (2020)”

Book Review: THE CHURCH OF FREYR by Duncan Thompson

Book Review: THE CHURCH OF FREYR by Duncan Thompson Plot: The scarecrows are coming…” Welcome to Freykirk – population, 266. A quaint, rural, yet affluent village where everybody knows everybody else and the locals are not afraid to leave their doors unlocked at night. Washed-up writer and city boy, Cage Roberts, is about to experience … Continue reading “Book Review: THE CHURCH OF FREYR by Duncan Thompson”

SCREAMWORKS RECORDS RELEASE FOLK HORROR SOUNDTRACK

ScreamWorks Records once again teams up with THE DRIFT composer James Griffiths to present his latest finely tuned chiller score on the Screamworks label. Directed by Richard Rowntree based on his 2015 short film, DOGGED (review here) is a “horror that deals with the sins of the past and their effects on the present. When … Continue reading “SCREAMWORKS RECORDS RELEASE FOLK HORROR SOUNDTRACK”

FOLK HORROR ‘DOGGED’ SNIFFS OUT DISTRIBUTION

Folf horror DOGGED has been picked up for distribution by Left Films for U.K., Eire and North America for an anticipated 2018 release. Following a massively positive festival run for the film, which has included winning “Best International Horror Feature” at Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival, “Best Horror Feature” at Glasgow Horror Fest, “Best Horror … Continue reading “FOLK HORROR ‘DOGGED’ SNIFFS OUT DISTRIBUTION”

Film Review: DOGGED (2017)

DOGGED *** U.K. 2017 Dir: Richard Rowntree 116 mins Following the death of young Megan on the island that University student Sam grew up on he returns home to attend the funeral. Though the island may seem normal to most people there is a few on the island who know better, and with their help … Continue reading “Film Review: DOGGED (2017)”