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Monday, November 1, 2010

Dirt Dauber on DVD...

Steve Daniels (The Gibbering Horror of Howard Ghormley) amazing sophmore effort, Dirt Dauber is now available on DVD! Lyon Forrest Hill and Lee O. Smith star...

About the film: In this Lovecraftian fairy tale, a man who awakens naked and confused in the woods is helped by a strange local who speaks of curious mountain folklore, and a murderous religious cult that worships an insect-like fertility god that dwells deep inside the mountain. The two men go underground in search of the truth, and soon find themselves in a stygian black temple of horror...

The DVD retails for $12.00, and can be purchased here...

(Thanks to Steve Daniels)


  1. Thank you Craig, and for offering the amazing quote on the back on the dvd.

  2. I recommend this one. It's very cleverly done, beautiful and strange to look at.

  3. Been reading about this and only read one bad review and it sounded like he was used to too many blockbuster films w/ ZERO atmosphere. All other reviews and info on this film sounds cool as F. I own 'The Call Of Cthulhu' and just watched 'The Whisperer In Darkness' which was even better and a fan of 'Colour From The Dark' which I guess I'm one of the only ppl who liked it. Want to see this one, 'Pickman's Muse' and 'H.P. Lovecraft's Pickman's Model'. I was also, like many Cthulu worshippers really interested in the film version of 'At The Mountains Of Madness', originally to be directed by Christophe Gans - director of the under-rated 'Brotherhood Of The Wolf' - but for the last couple of yrs has had Guillermo del Toro helmed to direct. I don't know what happened to that project - which has now fallen into a I'll believe it when I see it sorta thing for me now. Anyayz. Cool post.


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