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The mystery of East Anglia

East Anglia is a mysterious kind of place in some ways. For starters, it’s a big, spread out, mainly rural, often atmospheric, region that can be slow and difficult to navigate in parts – although it does have a number of big towns such as Cambridge, Norwich and Peterborough within its borders.

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Time To Keep Your Appointment: Acid Folk's Unrelenting Renewal

When Alex Neilson was a teenager in Leeds, his musical comfort zone was in the city’s DIY scene – specifically its more improv-based, experimental noise corners. 1,877 more words

Eerie; or, the Existential Terror of the English Countryside

This post is based on an essay I wrote during my third year of study at the University of Chichester.


Between the pine forest and the beach at Formby, along the path leading to the sand dunes, there is a gap in the trees that I always stop at whenever I’m there. 2,268 more words


31 Days of British Horror - Witchfinder General (1968)

Hot on the heels of his “31 Days of Hammer” in January, Jules is at it again in March 1,058 more words


Movie Reviews 337 – Witchfinder General (1968)

Back in the day the name of Vincent Price was synonymous with horror cinema. His 200 plus acting resume was filled with performances in many horror staples including The Fly, House of Wax, … 571 more words

Movie Reviews

Witchfinder General (1968 United Kingdom)

In 1645 the accusing word witch (or papist in England) was enough to have your human rights roundly violated. Today we have the politically powerful elite wielding a similar power with the use of the word… 746 more words