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Watch the "What is hauntology? And why is it all around us?" video at BBC Ideas. Explore other related content via our curated "Remember when? Curiosities from the recent past" playlist.
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German Kitchen Witches have hung in German Kitchens for hundreds of years... making sure your pots don't boil over, and your roasts don't burn!
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'Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched' will explore the folk-horror genre, featuring interviews with 'The Witch' director Robert Eggers and more.
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The cream of the chiller crop includes 'Pet Sematary,' 'Climax,' and 'Nightmare Cinema.'
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A24 (a24films.com)
The people behind Lady Bird, Moonlight, Eighth Grade, Hereditary, The Witch, The Lobster, Ex Machina & more.
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Well, if we needed any further evidence that everything is going to hell these days, we need look no further than the local cinema or the latest streaming series on our TV. Usually my year end round up features examples of witchcraft and the occult in media, but 2018's offerings contained more than the usual…
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Amish Haunting Official Site. Watch Full Episodes, Get Behind the Scenes, Meet the Cast, and much more. Stream Amish Haunting FREE with Your TV Subscription!
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New scientific research suggests that our medieval ancestors were terrified of the living dead – reanimated corpses which would in popular culture today be dubbed revenants or vampires. Scientists from Historic England and the University of Southampton have completed a study of human bones from a medieval Yorkshire village which strongly suggests that they were from
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The things that scared Victorians tell us a lot about the city in which they lived.
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Tim Burton told the 1982 story in an eerie animation read by Christopher Lee.
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t is one of the enduring questions of nineteenth century fiction: should Frankenstein have granted his monster its freedom?
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And have a night that's spooky AF.
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Stephen King is a master of horror, author dozens of novels and stories exploring monsters both human and supernatural. Many of King's ideas are rooted in true stories, either historical in nature, like the assassination of President John F. Kennedy that serves as the foundation for time travel ...
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Joshua Rothman writes about the Netflix series “Stranger Things” and its roots in the science fiction of H. P. Lovecraft.
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After all these years, the controversial and banned THE DEVILS by Ken Russell gets released on Shudder.
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Lukas Feigelfeld’s arty folk-horror debut 'Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse' is a grim fairy tale about women shunned and vilified as witches during Europe’s Dark Ages.
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Lumbering weirdos in hockey masks and pizza-faced serial killers have their place in the world of horror, but body-count movies can quickly wear out their welcome if you aren’t a slasher-film lover. Sometimes the greatest menace is something we can really get lost in, visually — like the atmospheric halls of a haunted house and the unexplained dangers lurking in the dark. In celebration of those films that lure us closer with their breathtaking set designs, rich palettes, and captivating images, here is a visual chronicle of horror cinema’s most stunning films.
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Author Adam Scovell’s tone is perfectly pitched between articulate academic and box-set binger.
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Facts about Aleister Crowley reveal a complicated, charismatic man who was not afraid to follow his own path. Born in 1875 to religious parents in England, Aleister Crowley ultimately flouted traditional morals and sought his own philosophical and spiritual beliefs that some people ridiculed ...
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A new rock music and pop culture website. Editorial independent music website offering news, reviews, features, interviews, videos and pictures
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Too Much Horror Fiction (toomuchhorrorfiction.blogspot.com)
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As reported by Entertainment Weekly, HBO’s various streaming platforms will be getting a new original anthology show on February 1 called Folklore that explores spooky myths from across six countries in Asia—specifically Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Japan. Each installment of the six-episode series will focus on the “supernatural beings and occult beliefs” of a different country, with each one coming from different directors and being presented in the native language of its country.
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Folk Horror Revival
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California has its share of creepy stories, and some center on an authentic Wild West ghost town. Bodie, a forsaken gold town, is supposedly one of the most haunted places in the state. Stories claim the area terrifies visitors with ghosts, eerie sounds, and a curse - an alleged ...
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One of my favorite things happening on the internet is this series from Trevor Henderson, which mashes real photographs with drawings of original monsters
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Back in 1704, in Torryburn on the south west Fife coast, they had a problem disposing of toxic material - it was what you might call a toxic witch problem.
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SF blogger John DeNardo discusses Matt Cardin's new two-volume reference 'Horror Literature Through History'.
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I am a collector of dolls and doll parts. I'm rarely creeped out by most dolls, either in real life or in literature, but I know many people who are. Why...
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Vengeful, seductive, feminist, misogynist ... witches have appeared in many forms in literature. Now a new generation of novelists are falling under their spell
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For thirty years the book industry has avoided calling things horror despite publishing a lot of it.

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