Following last evening’s raucous Cinefamily LA premiere of director Henry Saine’s wickedly funny horror-comedy The Last Lovecraft: The Relic of Cthulhu, the director, along with the feature film’s screenwriter, producer and actor Devin McGinn and cast members Kyle Davis, Barak Hardley and Gregg Lawrence, among others, assembled for an audience Q&A to chat about the film.
Hosted by Devin Feraci at The Silent Movie Theatre, the filmmakers took time to wax about the project, which was shot over the course of twenty-one days in thirteen locations for the relatively low budget of $170,000 (astonishing, given the quality of the finished flick, which is sure to more than please fans of its similar brethren, the laugh-out-loud flicks Shaun of the Dead and Tucker and Dale vs. Evil).
McGinn riffed during the Q&A on the potential for a Lovecraft trilogy, a comic book film tie-in and his adoration for all things Lovecraft, as well as a Cloverfield-esque horror/thriller he’s planning to shoot this June in Utah. For more check out our exclusive video coverage of the event below.
The Last Lovecraft: The Relic of Cthulhu (review here) bows via Dark Sky Films on February 15th to DVD and On Demand.
The Last Lovecraft: The Relic of Cthulhu – Cast and Crew Q&A
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