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. 🙂
Video interviews with Ellen Datlow, F. Paul Wilson, Emma J. Gibbon, and the writers/actors from the new Shudder movie HOST!
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.
This episode’s guest is Stephen Graham Jones, author of MONGRELS, a werewolf coming of age novel, and many other books. Stephen teaches creative writing at the University of Colorado. We talked about werewolves and why they may be the next big thing. Plus writing, comics, and much more!
The Lovecraft eZine weekly podcast: This episode’s guest is Philip Gelatt, writer of the Lovecraftian film EUROPA REPORT and director of THEY REMAIN, the film adaptation of “–30–” by Laird Barron. Laird also joined us for this episode. Listen at the link.
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.
Listen to the latest Lovecraft eZine podcast, in which we discuss THE MADNESS OF DOCTOR CALIGARI, a brand new anthology inspired by the 1920 film THE CABINET OF DOCTOR CALIGARI.
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.
THE MADNESS OF DR. CALIGARI is an upcoming anthology inspired by the 1920 silent horror film THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI. Stories by Ramsey Campbell, John Langan, Paul Tremblay, Michael Cisco, and others.
“A man is lead by his nightmares to a distant house where he hopes to put a stop to them. A Lovecraft inspired film.” Watch free at the link!
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.
Watch free. A nameless young man, an outcast in his society, journeys to the mysterious town of Innsmouth with nothing in his possession but golden rings and a list of names.
“Feed the Light” is a Lovecraftian-themed film that won “Best Feature Film” at this year’s HPL Film Festival in Portland. I’ll be showing it next Saturday night, July 19, 2014, […]
On the “Late Night with Lovecraft eZine” show Saturday night, we talked about Guillermo del Toro’s recent comments about filming At the Mountains of Madness. He said he’d be willing to […]