I’ve remarked before that the “little guys” seem to do better with Lovecraft stories on film than the big studios. They do it out of love, trying to stay true to the story.
With that in mind, there are quite a few Lovecraft movies that are free to watch on Youtube. I thought it would good to organize them all in one spot. If I missed any, please let me know by commenting below, or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Haunter of the Dark – film by Biggstrek.
The Haunter of the Dark – film by Demon Skull Studios.
Pickman’s Model – film by Mark Philip Lichtenstein.
The Shadow Out of Time – film by lenneers kanal.
The Music of Erich Zann – film by Jared Skolnick.
The Shadow Over Innsmouth – film by NueArtPictures.
The Gibbering Horror of Howard Ghormley – film by Steve Daniels.
Annotated – film by TerrorScribe Mafia.
Dagon – film by tracechops.
The Tunnel – film by IvanRadovic88.
At the Mountains of Madness – film by Cthulinos.
Nightgaunts – film by LoneAnimator.
The Statement of Randolph Carter – film by Eldritch Animation.
The Hound – film by slarner1.
The Terrible Old Man – film by Biggstrek.
Nyarlathotep – film by The Blind God Azathoth.
The Picture in the House – film by Gary Lobstein.
The Picture in the House – film by Sean Quillen.
The Dunwich Horror and Other Stories – film by Arkham Drive-in.
Lovely selection, Mike. I knew some of them, but certainly not the wonderful Shadow Out of Time. Simply loved the Yithians. Thanks!
Well, it’s not a Youtube link, but The Other Gods can be found on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/3197642
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Thank You for this, I have been wanting something like this for ages. Gueass I should have just asked.
The Gibbering Horror of Howard Ghormley is my ABSOLUTE favorite. Thank you for including it!
Thank you Amy. I am honored my short is your favorite.
I have many of these in my personal Lovecraft file while most of them are interesting and some are well done, it just that trying to translate to film what Lovecraft wrote is very hard to do. I do find many of the movies and films that based on Lovecraft’s work to be better, if the story is done with respect. Having said that I do enjoy spoofs of Lovecraft’s stories, the one hat come to mind is “To Cast a Deadly Spell”. I think it is on of the best ones done that way. So I have a few films to add to my collection, well done.
Wonderful post, thanks for sharing it.
thx a lot for sharing, Mike 🙂
Wow wow wow, what an eldritch gathering of goodness! Thank you!
I thought of you when I posted THE HOUND film…!