Ah, Merry Old England, it's a magical place filled with wonder, excitement, and forests! And those forests are filled with hell hounds, and evil huntsmen, black eyed children, werewolves, vengeful ghosts, and even Pigmen... So yeah, fun! Director George Popov joins us this week to talk his new Documentary, Sideworld: Haunted Forests of England. In it he focuses on 3 spooky places, Wistman's Wood, Cannock Chase, and Epping Forest. They are filled with stories of horror and sightings galore of everything we mentioned above and so much more. We talk what it's like moving from feature films to documentaries, how scary it is filming in haunted locations, and why Conspiracy Bot sucks so bad. So grab your mole suds and spotted dick, we are heading back to England this week to talk Sideworld: Haunted Forests on Hysteria 51.
Sideworld: Haunted Forests of England
Director: George Popov
Writer, Producer: Jonathan Russell
Composer: Matthew Laming
Cinematographer: Richard Suckling
Cast: Suzie Frances Garton, William Poulter
Distributor: Indie Rights
Director George Popov presents a journey through three of England's most haunted forests, exploring a trove of frightening tales, myths and folklore.
Twitter: @RubiconFilmsUK & @Sideworld_UK
George Twitter: @TheGeorgePopov
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Chris Cogswell is the host and creator of The Mad Scientist Podcast, a weekly show on the history and philosophy of pseudoscience. He received his Bachelors of Science degree from the University of New Hampshire in both Chemical Engineering and Philosophy, and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Northeastern University.
Bulgarian born Director George Popov has been revered for his unique visual style and carefully crafted atmosphere. Both of his films, 'Hex' and 'The Droving', have been praised for their focus on complex themes and characters.