Now, Rubicon’s Bulgarian writer-director George Popov delves into the documentary format, bringing cinematic style and an uncanny atmosphere to a trove of gothic ghost stories, folklore, mythology and reported paranormal encounters. The films also celebrate the locations and local history of regions across the UK.
– GEORGE POPOV
The first trilogy of Sideworld films is out now, including Sideworld: Haunted Forests of England and Sideworld: Terrors of the Sea, to which Popov narrates through a wide variety of topics including demon dogs, ghost ships, sea monsters, cryptids, and even UFOs.
The latest instalment Sideworld: Damnation Village unearths the dark and disturbing secrets behind three of England’s most haunted villages, Pluckley, Prestbury & Eyam. The documentaries are currently available on Amazon Prime Video, TubiTV and The Roku Channel.
– The Folklore Podcast (Website)
“What best sets this series apart from other spooky folklore entertainment is its reverence for the subject – not just the scary stories, but the actual human lives behind them.”
– UK Film Review
“I can see this series becoming a cult favourite in and out of the paranormal community, one that people will return to for years to come.”
– The Strange Ways
With a positive response from critics and audiences, Rubicon Films is intent on growing Sideworld, with more documentaries planned for 2023 and exciting plans for expansion. CEO and writer-producer Jonathan Russell, lays down the company’s intentions saying…“Our mission is to continue to bring lesser-known paranormal encounters and forgotten folklore into the light with style and substance, stoking the fires of this wonderful genre.”
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