Some really great Lovecraftian movies that are free to watch

In the mood for a Lovecraftian film?  You’re in luck — there are actually some wonderful movies with Lovecraftian themes that are free to watch.

I’ve chosen a few films from my Lovecraftian movie pages that I feel are the best of the best (of the free-to-watch, anyway).  Enjoy!

OUT OF MIND: Haunted by disturbing dreams from an inherited book, a young man becomes interested in the writings of H.P. Lovecraft.

BLACK SUGAR: When a group of bored suburban teens experiment with a mysterious new drug, they are thrust into a nightmare world where hallucinations kill.

THE OFFERING: A father and son travel deep into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force.

CAST A DEADLY SPELL: In 1948 Los Angeles, everyone uses magic- everyone except hard-boiled private detective H. Phillip Lovecraft, who refuses for “personal reasons.” Lovecraft is hired by a mysterious rich man to recover a stolen book, the Necronomicon.

THE BRAIN HACK: Two students create a short-cut to induce hallucinogenic visions of God, and find themselves hunted by a deadly religious sect.

THE SHADOWBOUND SERIES: Famed horror writer, Jack Pickman, returns to his ancestral home of Veritas to settle the affairs of his estranged father. Upon his arrival, Jack discovers the origin of a disturbing mystery lurking in the shadows of the ancient town… a mystery best left forgotten.

FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN: And of course, this wonderful documentary that every Lovecraft fan should watch.

Want more Lovecraftian movies?  Check out my free-to-watch fan-created movies page, my free-to-watch studio movies page, and of course, my list of recommended Lovecraftian films.

3 responses to “Some really great Lovecraftian movies that are free to watch

  1. Christopher heyerdahl did an great job as Master Lovecraft,,,He has a vocal that sounds spooky as hell and his great story telling style is unique. Take a bow .

    An excellent juxtaposition of dreams, they are collided well here and gave me creepy vibes of unknown. Location’s and music really kept the weird and obscure atmosphere that a Lovecraft adaptation demands. The director does so well to meet the dreamer with Lovecraft himself. When Carter met Lovecraft in that forest it gave me goosebumps. Kudos to the makers for such a well crafted production, i wish there is a high resolution available too, still the low resolution somehow helped to spread more ominous tone.

    A perfect Lovecraft role play by Christopher heyerdahl, praising is not enough for his acting,, wish to see more form this brilliant actor. He is a perfect fit for any Lovecraft story, at least his voice should be used in more future Lovecraft adaptations. Carter did well too so did the professor.

    Overall an enjoyable and well directed Lovecraft movie which deserve praise.

  2. Reblogged this on Netherworld and commented:
    Christopher heyerdahl did a great job as Master Lovecraft,,,He has a vocal that sounds spooky as hell and his great story telling style is unique. Take a bow .

    An excellent juxtaposition of dreams, they are collided well here and gave me creepy vibes of unknown. Location’s and music really kept the weird and obscure atmosphere that a Lovecraft adaptation demands. The director does so well with the sequences where dreamer meet with Lovecraft himself. When Carter meet Lovecraft in that forest it gave me goosebumps. Kudos to the makers for such a well crafted production, i wish there is a high resolution available too, still the low resolution somehow helped to spread more ominous tone.

    A perfect Lovecraft role play by Christopher heyerdahl, praising is not enough for his acting,, wish to see more form this brilliant actor. He is a perfect fit for any Lovecraft story, at least his voice should be used in more future Lovecraft adaptations. Carter did well too so did the professor.

    Overall an enjoyable and well directed Lovecraft movie which deserve praise.

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