Eight international filmmakers create shorts based on dark folklore from their homelands.
Directors: Veronika Franz & Severin Fiala (Austria), Can Evrenol (Turkey), Agnieszka Smoczinska (Poland), Calvin Reeder (US), Yannis Veslemes (Greece), Ashim Ahluwalia (India), Katrin Gebbe (Germany), Peter Strickland (Hungary)
Here’s a link for the website I mention at the end of the episode: The Unseen. Thank you again to our lovely listener/commenters for the tip. The list is very handy, as it’s pretty much every good horror movie that has come out in recent years, plus some serviceable & meh ones. As far as movies we haven’t mentioned on the show, I would recommend Jug Face, Coherence, Honeymoon & Cropsey. Any not mentioned that we should run out & see immediately? Let us know.
Imagine you take a job at a state park and one day, while you’re going about your business through the woods, you stumble across a probable crime scene. Not exactly the start of an awesome summer vacation. Next up, we’ll be watching Body at Brighton Rock, directed by Roxanne Benjamin (Southbound, XX). Join us in a week for our review.
Theme music: "Secret of Tiki Island" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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