Part 1. Part 2. Part 3. Part 4. Natural Diegesis And Aural Interaction With Landscape. One of M.R. James' most recognisable writing traits is his emphasis on rural settings. From his own personal experience, of both exploring the churches of France on holiday bike-rides and living and holidaying in Suffolk and Norfolk, the rural landscape … Continue reading The Aural Aesthetics of Ghosts in BBC Ghost Stories – Part 5 (Landscape).
While many British films take full advantage of the rural potential that "this spectered isle" can provide, there seems to be another sub-sect to this branch film, often finding its way into British horror cinema. Of course, this isn't as clear cut as simply analysing films under the guise of "Rural Horror" or "Folk Horror" … Continue reading Films On The Strange British Coastline.