“Spring” has been described as a Lovecraftian love story and is now available on Amazon Prime (if you don’t have Prime, you can still rent or buy it).
In 1971, I stumbled across a little gem of a black and white thriller called “Dark Intruder”. About nine minutes into the film, I was shocked to hear references to the gods of H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos. As I watched the movie repeatedly in the decades that followed, I was surprised how cleverly elements from different pulp stories was mixed together.
Watch FREE: “One year after the mysterious disappearance of his father, Chris has taken on the responsibility of raising his rebellious younger sister, Julie. Haunted by memories of his father’s obsessive belief in a supernatural threat to the family, Chris has done his best to move on, keeping the struggling family unit on track. As Chris finally begins to make a clean break with the past, tensions between the siblings reach a breaking point, and something terrible descends upon the house…”
“A haunting visual poem that evokes the dichotomy between the horror in the coming of the H.P. Lovecraft’s monster Cthulhu as well as the beauty that can be found in the same scene.”
With the director’s permission I am showing the excellent Lovecraftian short film AM 1200 on tonight’s video chat! Watch the movie, and our discussion afterwards, at this link at Midnight […]
Author Joe Pulver told me several months ago that the Russian film Stalker is very Lovecraftian. And now, it is free to watch online! Remember to turn on captions, as […]
Colour From The Dark is a 2008 film that I came across by accident. It was part of a DVD pack that I picked it up for a very low […]