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Thursday, May 26, 2011

A shadow has fallen over the 2011 HPLFF...


Great news out of Germany, as filmmaker Sascha Renninger sends word, that Shadow of the Unnamable has been finished and will screen at the 2011 H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Los Angeles! Congratulations to Sascha, the cast, and the crew for sticking with the project that began back in 2004...

The film stars Robert Lyons (as Randolph Carter) and Jeff Motherhead (as Joel Manton)...

About the film: New England in the 1930's. Two friends, Randolph Carter and Joel Manton, spend a sunny autumn afternoon in an old 17th century cemetery. An argument arises concerning horror stories written by Carter, especially one story that draws Manton's sarcasm: The Unnamable...

Encouraged by the atmosphere of the old burial ground Carter tells his friend about the origin of the novel. He claims it to be based on a local legend more than 200 years old. Manton listens with increasing fascination, while darkness descends on the cemetery, and suddenly both of them become part of the legend as well...


(Thanks to Sascha Alexander Renninger)

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