The Call of Cthulhu movie from Sean Branney and Andrew Leman and distributed by the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society is one of the most faithful renditions of an H P Lovecraft story to date.Continue reading Review: The Call of Cthulhu Movie (2005)
Originally asked and answered over on Quora, how much should we consider non-Lovecraft created works as legitimate canon? Continue reading Should we ignore the Cthulhu Mythos outside of what was originally written by H.P. Lovecraft?
The Resurrected starring Chris Sarandon and John Terry (the older one, Jack’s father on LOST), one of the best Lovecraft films, to get a release on Blu-ray. Continue reading Shout Factory to release “The Resurrected” on Blu-ray August 29, 2017
A murder mystery at a Lovecraft convention, but does it have anything to do with Lovecraft? Continue reading Review: I Am Providence by Nick Mamatas
The Black Man in H P Lovecraft’s The Dreams in the Witch House was grounded in the folklore of the Salem Witchcraft trials and earlier. Continue reading Some Background on the Black Man in The Dreams in the Witch House
A look at Volume 3 of the three volume H. P. Lovecraft’s Collected Fiction: A Variorum Edition. Or is it only three volumes? Continue reading H. P. Lovecraft’s Collected Fiction: A Variorum Edition Review Part 3
We’ve watched all of the first season of Netflix Stranger Things and its clearly more Stephen King than H P Lovecraft. Continue reading Stranger Things: More King than Lovecraft
The macabre artist Pickman appears to travel through time through three different stories by H P Lovecraft. Continue reading Richard Upton Pickman: Time Traveling Ghoul
Is the Black Man one of Nyarlathotep’s thousand forms, or something else? Continue reading Nyarlathotep vs The Black Man in The Dreams in the Witch House
Recently re-reading the 1926 H P Lovecraft story “The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath”, I came across a curious quote that closely resembles the famous statement of Star Trek. Is this the origin of ‘where no man has gone before’? Continue reading Did Lovecraft Provide Star Trek with “Where No Man Has Gone Before”?