Episode 756 - Clearcut


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As we roll into the second half of Folk Horror February the folky freak-outs continue! First up, Desmond and Duane review the 1991 Canadian survival folk horror film Clearcut. Then, Desmond goes solo on a review of the first film ever shot in the Haida language, the haunting folktale of The Edge of the Knife. And it's barely folk horror as we discover, but Des and Tom's review of the 1958 Norwegian film Lake of the Dead is still really fun. And finally, a Dread Media Top 5 Folk Horror Films You May Have Never Seen. And don't forget the folk songs: "Tied to a Tree" by AFI, "Show Me the Wrath" by Sepultura, "Edge of a Knife" by Cirith Ungol, "Occultus Lake" by Dead Again, "The Ballad of Harry Warden" by John McDermott, and "Church Burns" by Zeal and Ardor. [ 1:36:45 || 46.7 MB ]


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