Classics of Pagan Cinema: The Dark Secret of Harvest Home

Many have wondered if this strange piece of folk horror even existed, or if it was a mass hallucination, another iteration of the Mandela Effect. Not so, says Meg Elison in this review of 1978’s “Dark Secret of Harvest Home” – it’s quite real, and a transgressive delight for Pagan audiences.

Classics of Pagan Cinema: The Craft

The Craft is one of the only movies that shows, not in montage or in dream sequence, not in hints or in glimpses through a not-quite-closed-door, how Witches cast a circle, consecrate their spaces, and bring one another into the space between worlds.