Check out the poster and 2 “behind the scenes” photos! Most details about this upcoming film are under wraps, but here’s what filmmaker Bryan Moore told me…
I found two more Lovecraftian short films on the web. Watch free at the link!
“Spring” has been described as a Lovecraftian love story and is now available on Amazon Prime (if you don’t have Prime, you can still rent or buy it).
In 1971, I stumbled across a little gem of a black and white thriller called “Dark Intruder”. About nine minutes into the film, I was shocked to hear references to the gods of H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos. As I watched the movie repeatedly in the decades that followed, I was surprised how cleverly elements from different pulp stories was mixed together.
Absolutely rich with cosmic horror – a great short film. Watch it for free at the link!
Are you in the mood for a Lovecraftian movie? Look no further! What follows is a list of Lovecraftian-themed films on Netflix as of today, June 22, 2015.
The first film, “Keeper of the Light”, was the winner of the Brown Jenkins Award for Best Lovecraftian Short at the H.P. Lovecraft Film festival in Portland in 2010.
Watch free. A nameless young man, an outcast in his society, journeys to the mysterious town of Innsmouth with nothing in his possession but golden rings and a list of names.
Watch FREE: “One year after the mysterious disappearance of his father, Chris has taken on the responsibility of raising his rebellious younger sister, Julie. Haunted by memories of his father’s obsessive belief in a supernatural threat to the family, Chris has done his best to move on, keeping the struggling family unit on track. As Chris finally begins to make a clean break with the past, tensions between the siblings reach a breaking point, and something terrible descends upon the house…”
Five small studio films that you can watch for free!
Trailer and details at the link! “August T. Harrison, private eye, comes out of retirement to solve what seems at first to be a bizarre missing persons case, but as he digs deeper, he finds himself caught in the middle of a dark conspiracy involving the writings of H.P. Lovecraft.”
Joe says: “Last month, I was invited to speak about Robert W. Chambers/King in Yellow and weird fiction, at Topics Berlin, a new bookstore here in Berlin.”
“The Resurrected” is a very good adaptation of “The Case of Charles Dexter Ward”, in my opinion. Currently, it’s free to watch!
Today’s guest is Peter Kuplowsky, producer of the upcoming Lovecraftian film THE VOID. Watch LIVE at 6pm ET – details at the link!
One of the better Lovecraftian adaptations!