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Mar 23, 2016

We aren't out of the woods yet...


Welcome to Episode 2.5!

This is a companion piece to Episode Two, “If You Aren’t Afraid in The Woods, You Haven’t Gone Deep Enough”, which delved into the world of Folk Horror.

Here we'll discuss movies and books I'd loved to have talked about in the episode, but they just didn’t fit into "the story" completely, or there just wasn’t enough time.

However, the campfire still has some embers left, and there's a little time before dawn. Just enough time for a few more stories.

Enter The Addendum of Doom!


Show Notes- for Episode 002.5- Addendum of Doom


“Blood on Satan’s Claw” (1971)

Director: Piers Haggard


“Wake Wood” (2009)

Director: David Keating


“Kill List” (2011):

Director: Ben Wheatley

Extra Credit: Ben Wheatley’s film, “A Field in England” (2014)


Referenced films:

“Point Blank” (1967):

Director: John Boorman

“The Wicker Man” (1973):

Directed by: Robin Hardy


S.A. Bradley’s (Incomplete and Ready-For-Debate) Additional List of Folk Horror Films and Television:

The Blair Witch Project (1999)

 Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010)

Viy (1967)

The Devils (1971)

Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

Kwaidan (1964)

The Company of Wolves (1984)

Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)

Cry of the Banshee (1970)

Lair of the White Worm (1988)

Rites of Spring (2011)

Black Death (2010)

Television shows:

Note: Both of these are British and from the 70’s, and were made as CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING. It’s hard to even fathom either of these being broadcast on PBS in the United States. I think it’s safe to say that Britain has a more comfortable relationship with their ancient past.

Children of the Stones (1977)

The Owl Service (1969-1970)



This is S.A. Bradley, and I’m a life-long horror lover. This podcast combines horror history, personal observations, common themes, and cultural trends to tell a story with each episode.  Here we talk about all things horror. Horror movies, books, comics, hosts, conventions.

 The door swings wide here, and all types of horror are welcome.  Each episode covers some aspect of horror with lots of viewing or reading suggestions for you to check out.  I want to start conversations with people about all types of horror. 

I’ve been a fan all my life, and I love all the different styles: Classic Universal Monsters, Slasher Films, Found Footage, French Extreme, Asian Extreme, Korean Ghost Stories, J-Horror, Hammer Horror Films, Amicus Films, Glass Eye Pix, EC Horror Comics, Creature Features, Horror Hosts, Italian Zombie movies, Spanish Zombie movies, George Romero Zombie movies, Giallo, Silent Horror Films, Nature Run Amok, Atomic Age Horror, Roughies, Exploitation, Horror Literature, Serial Killer, Halloween, B-Movie, Splatter films, ghost stories, Folk Horror, supernatural, body horror, torture porn, VHS, Psycho