Children’s Toy Appeal

This Yule Open Ritual, PF-London will be doing a special collection for St George’s Hospital Charity! St. George’s Hospital Charity funds extra medical equipment and facilities for St George’s Hospital and Queen Mary’s Hospital to make a difference to the lives of patients under their care.   We are holding a Children’s Toy Appeal, which…

Review: A Dark Song

If you like occult movies – and I mean full-on proper occult movies – then you should be watching A Dark Song.  In fact, you should be watching it and recommending it to your occultist friends. A Dark Song tells the story of Sophia, a woman grieving a terrible loss, who enlists the aid of…

Pagan Men in Kilts Calendar

A group of the local Pagans from in and around the London Borough of Havering, have created a “Pagan Men in Kilts Calendar”, to raise money for charity. Members of the Mama Moon Magic Moot, which takes place in Romford, struck upon the idea and set out to create their calendar of “real Pagan men”…

Review: Mayday

The BBC’s Mayday is now out on DVD, after airing its five episode mini-series this March. The show is set in an English village, where Mayday celebrations lead to fear and intrigue, as the young May Queen, Hattie, disappears. Allegations of who may have been responsible, soon run rampant, as the local form a search…

Review: The Witch

The Witch – A New England Folktale. Set against a backdrop of foreboding wilderness, a family of English settlers fall into darkness, as even the lofty bastions of faith are as much a source of terror, as they are of hope. Drawing from authentic folklore and historic records, The Witch tells a tale that is…