Is it getting hot in here, or is it just that misguided police officer lost on an island of desperate pagans needing to revive their crops? That’s right, it’s a double feature of The Wicker Man (1973) and The Wicker Man (2006)on the latest episode of the Nightmare on Film Street Podcast! Join your horror hosts Kim and Jon on a trip to Summerisle for a dance around the Maypole and to gawk at the Landlord’s Daughter before buzzing our way to the Summerisle of the future, where a Queen Bee reigns o’er her keep ..and a very headstrong Nicolas Cage. It’s a folk horror celebration! Joinn usss…
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