H.P. Lovecraft

H.P. Lovecraft Film Fest Announces Lineup

Lurker Films sent out a press release today outlining the guests and some of the movies that will be a part of the upcoming H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival and CthulhuCon in Portland, Oregon. Their Author Guest of Honor is Brian Lumley (The House of Cthulhu), and Mike Mignola is the Artist Guest of Honor.

Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown (2008)

Reviewed by Johnny Butane Featuring Neil Gaiman, Guillermo Del Toro, John Carpenter, Peter Straub, Ramsey Campbell, Stuart Gordon Directed by Frank Woodward

Cthulhu Rampages Across America!

David, a reader with some sharp eyes, pointed out to us that the official website for Dan Gildark's popular Cthulhu (review) is going to be playing throughout a good portion of the U.S. this month and next. According to Cthulhu's official site, the film will be hitting both coasts and a couple spots in between... 09/26/08 - Denver, CO Starz FilmCenter

Lionsgate to Chill Lovecraft Fans

Lionsgate has put out word of a new horror DVD release titled Chill they have scheduled for November 4th, because what better time to release a new horror movie than five days after Halloween?

Doug Bradley's Spine Chillers is Live!

While Doug Bradley was recording the book-on-tape version of Clive Barker’s Mister B Gone (review), he had the thought that books on tape haven’t really advanced since their early cassette days, and he wanted to do something about it.

SDCC 08: Cthulhu Returns!

Remember SOTA? Those guys that made some really cool toys a while back and then just sort of disappeared? Well, looks like they’re ready to come back and they’re bringing a new Old One with them. Dig the photographic evidence below!

First Images From Spanish Lovecraft Film

This morning the Spanish site Aullidos got a slew of imagery from Jose Luis Aleman’s La Herencia de Valdemar (The Valdemar Inheritance). Never heard of it? Neither had we until today!

New Lovecraft Doc Gets Premiere Date

You might recall a news story we did a while back about a new documentary being put together called Lovecraft: Fear of the Unkown, all about the eponymous author’s life and history. All’s been quiet for a while regarding the doc, but finally we got some good news from one of its producers!

Regent and here! Films Meet Cthulhu

Having not been able to see Cthulhu (Review) yet, I can't offer up any objects or back-ups to the positive reviews out there, but a film with Tori Spelling as a seductress can't be bad.

Diary of the Dead Kicks Off RIOFAN!

I am not sure how many readers we have from South America, but RIOFAN (Rio Fantastic Film Festival) is something worth talking about regardless because George A. Romero's Diary of the Dead (review) will be kicking off the film festival in Brazil on April 30th!

Combs Returns to Lovecraft for The Darkest Evil!

If there's any one actor whose name is most associated with films based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft, it would have to be Jeffrey Combs.

H.P. Lovecraft's Pickman's Model (2008)

Reviewed by Kryten Syxx Starring Conor Timmis, Jesse Murphy and Derek Meinecke Directed by Gary Fierro

SOTA's Colorful Cthulhus

The last time we looked at SOTA Toys' upcoming 14" tall resin Cthulhu statue, we knew it was coming in green and some varients were to follow (“SOTA Unleashes a Big Old One” – February 2008). Well, today we got in the pics of what the Old One would look like in a couple different shades.

SOTA Unleashes a Big Old One

Now this is what I’m talking about! Though we’ve not seen much from SOTA Toys in a long time, they made up for their silence with the badass Old Ones you see below. Super Cthulhu! A brand-new resin statue that’s a whole new look at your real god. Sideshow will also be carrying a variant of the figure, so you get a choice of your Cthulhu! The statue will be making it’s way out in June of this year, so look for it, people!

Colour From the Dark Trailer

I’ve not seen Ivan Zuccon’s adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's Shunned House, though I have heard some good things about his follow-up feature, NyMpha. So I was intrigued when I heard of yet another Lovecraft story the man is bringing to the screen, The Colour From the Dark, based on the author’s "The Colour From Out of Space".