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. 🙂
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Watch THE SHORE trailer! THE SHORE is a first person story driven game with an atmospheric environment and narrations, You will encounter mysterious creatures and unravel the secrets behind them. Strong elements of horror, struggle to survive an unknown world that will make you question your own sanity.
The latest “Lovecraft Investigations” podcast is up at the BBC! This time it’s THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH.
29 awesome Lovecraftian books, less than one dollar each! Select 6, 10, or more – whatever fits your budget. This sale benefits my family, and Lovecraft eZine. Thank you so much for the support. (Please share!)
“That horrific realization that all Lovecraft’s characters undergo that the universe doesn’t revolve around them? That’s not a problem any Black character would ever have.” – Victor LaValle
Listen to the latest podcast episode here, or watch the video edition on Youtube. Also available on iTunes, Spotify, etc.: just search for “Lovecraft eZine Podcast”. Guest Jan Pedersen is the author of BALANCED WONDER, and has written about Lovecraft, weird fiction, and more.
29 awesome Lovecraftian books, less than one dollar each! Select 6, 10, or more — whatever fits your budget.
A list (with links) of five recent books that readers of The Weird and/or Lovecraftian/cosmic horror will want to read!
An eloquent, poetic memorial to our late friend, the decadent artist W.H. Pugmire. By Edward Morris.
Roots of the Swamp Thing, though it is a horror comic, is one of the most vibrant and colorful collections I own. Though we no longer have Saturday morning cartoons, anytime I have that yearning, I know how to satisfy it. With a solid dose of grimness.
Dark Horse has provided us with a chance to experience the work of a contemporary Japanese master, working at the peak of his form, adapting the work of one of our own beloved past masters.
“Lovecraft inspired this dark, sinister, and other worldly theme that’s pervasive in our culture,” said Lee. “His influences are seen in everything from pirate shows to anime to art, and everything in between.”
HARLEM SMOKE is an ambitious novel. Within its covers one will find eldritch horrors, magical rituals gone horribly awry, serial killers, horrorcore rap, you name it, it’s in there… it is not only an engrossing read but also a manual of great art, literature, music and philosophy wrapped within entertaining covers.
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