Here are two more Lovecraftian short films for you! Both films are by Robert P. Olsson. 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:
Philip gets a temporary job as a gofer for Mr Staaff. The job is simple. He’s supposed to deliver goods to a light keeper. But Mr Staaff didn’t tell him why the light keeper never leaves the lighthouse after sunset.
The second film is titled March the 13th, 1941: The year is 1941. Two Investigators are doing research on an old well. One of the gentlemen climbs down the hole and then they communicate through a military phone. But something is strange, the place, the hole, and then the phone…
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Ohh, these were both amaazing, & beautifully made. “Keeper of the Light” had a real Ingmar Bergman feel to it.. 😉 Thank you for posting them..!!
Enjoyed seeing the lighthouse film again; nicely done. Thanks for sharing these!
I like the Call of Cthulhu movie poster spotted on Mr Staaff’s fence about 2:28 into the film. Nice touch!