Mike’s (that’s me) list of recommended Lovecraftian movies! I’ve added a few lately. I’m sure you’ll agree with some, disagree with some, but mostly I hope that you find some new gems to enjoy. 🙂
Acclaimed filmmakers Moorhead and Benson return with this mind-bending supernatural thriller about two brothers who revisit the UFO death cult they escaped as teens, only to find there may have been truth to the cult’s otherworldly beliefs all along.
The special effects in this short horror film are phenomenal. Watch free at the link!
Spring added to Recommended Lovecraftian Movies page. After the death of his mother and a fight in a bar that could lead to jail time, Evan leaves California for Italy, where he falls for Louise, a young woman who he soon discovers is harboring a dark, primordial secret.
Both as a regular filmgoer and as an admirer these past forty-five years of H. P. Lovecraft, I suddenly knew that I was seeing something special.
I am very pleased to share with you this conversation with Julien Jauniaux. When I saw his short “An Eldritch Place” I knew immediately it would strike a resounding chord with the readers of Lovecraft eZine and those lucky enough to have seen it at Portland’s HPLFF.
Are you in the mood for a Lovecraftian-themed movie? Look no further! Here’s a list of Lovecraftian-themed films on Netflix or Amazon Prime, as of today, October 11, 2016.
THE NEW DAUGHTER starring Kevin Costner is a film with strong Lovecraftian themes. Here’s an interview with director Luiso Berdejo, plus “behind the scenes” images.
There has to be a mystery at the root of your story that your protagonist can only attempt to solve at the expense of their sanity, their life, or both.
MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS is an animated web series adapted from the revered H.P. Lovecraft novella AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS. Details at the link!
A contemporary interpretation of the Lovecraft universe, with the New England-set story centered around the discovery of a Necronomicon inside a Victorian house cursed by three body snatching witches; and the main characters depicted as students from the film school at the fictional Miskatonic University.
“At the Mountains of Madness” web series coming this summer, exclusively through The Lovecraft eZine!
Coming this summer: AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS, a 30 episode animated web TV series! Click the link for details.
Watch free! Based on ‘From Beyond’ by H.P. Lovecraft. Written, directed and performed by Chris Lackey (hppodcraft.com) and Greig Johnson.
Watch the film’s teaser at the link! I think they’ve captured the mood of the story perfectly.