With the winter season fading away, The Winter of Folk Horror is thawing along with it. And while you might think that we're going out with a winter whimper, covering only three titles, we're actually going out with a buttery bang! More on that shortly. But first, Finland. Reindeer are everywhere! And much to the Common Craig's dismay, Santa is nowhere to be found. But amongst all of these reindeer, it's that special white variety of which you may want to take notice. If not, you may just fall victim to its vampiric powers, in The White Reindeer (1952)! From snowy Finland, we travel to Oregon. And there we find one of the most hopeless, depressing towns in the history of cinema. The inhabitants are probably so despondent, because at any second they could become a meal for an ancient creature with ties to cannibalism. You know, I've heard nice things about Oregon, but Antlers (2021) may delay a visit even further. And then from there, on to Iceland and the terrifying aspect of livestock horror. Do you know where YOUR butter comes from? And how to reveal its potentially evil origin? If you're not sure how to answer those questions, you should probably listen to our discussion on Tilbury (1987). Until you do, stop licking that butter!