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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Have you heard the call...

For Immediate Release: 

Coming in August of 2013, a multi-faceted convention exploring the works of Howard Phillips Lovecraft and fellow writers of Eldritch and Cosmic Horror. The theme: "The Rational Mind in Supernatural Literature.

Click here for details...

(Thanks to

Saturday, July 28, 2012

The Music of H.P. Lovecraft...

A quick look at the Encyclopaedia Metallum reveals that 170 bands list H.P. Lovecraft as a source of inspiration for their lyrical themes. While that count isn't as lofty as the number of writers and filmmakers who have used HPL as a springboard, it does go to show how widespread his popularity has grown globally. Bands like Chaotic Aeon (China), Mekong Delta (Germany), Deathspawn Voidbringer (Sweden), and Black Temple Below (Italy) all list Lovecraft as an influence. A book, "The Strange Sound of Cthulhu: Music Inspired by the Writings of Lovecraft" by Gary Hill, has even been written on the subject... 

Every few days, I'm going to post a song/video (with lyrics if possible) to show just what HPL's eldritch influence has wrought... 

My first selection is De Vermis Mysteriis by High on Fire (w/ lyrics)...

De Vermis Mysteriis, awkward and curious, anoesis has opened its face 
Kathulos, conjurer, tests of pain, Hasturers, pupils of black show their faith 

Wizards, Hypoborea, craft of Khem, torn of the acriment write of their place 
Winds of Zaar, origin traced, blue of skin, nuclear phase takes a race lost in time 

Lance of kings, string of hate, obsessed upon morals and taint that obeys winds and kinds 
Perpetrate, land affixed, Acheron escaping the scrolls and a fate of their shrine 

Long live traveler 
Winds now die 
Dark place creature 
Destined night

An Evening with H.P. Lovecraft...

For Immediate Release: 

AN EVENING WITH H.P. LOVECRAFT — Smith Rafael Film Center, 1118 Fourth St., San Rafael; 454-1222; Aug. 3, 7 p.m.: Filmmaker Andrew Leman screens and discusses two films based on works by cult horror author Howard Phillips Lovecraft, "The Call of Cthulhu" and "The Whisperer in Darkness." $6 to $10.50.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

"The Evil Clergyman” World Premiere at FLASHBACK Weekend


"In 1987 Charles Band directed “PULSESPONDERS”, an anthology film comprised of short film sequels to the biggest hits of Empire Pictures; H.P. LOVECRAFT’s THE EVIL CLERGYMAN”, the first (and unseen) “TRANCERSsequel, and a sequel to “THE DUNGEONMASTER”.

.PULSEPOUNDERS” was shot and edited in 1988 before circumstances prevented it from being released. “PULSEPOUNDERS” was thought to be a lost film. For the last 25 years, fans have clamored to see it.

Recently, a “PULSEPOUNDERS” work print was discovered. Charles Band and a team of digital experts have been working for the last year digitally restoring it. Richard Band, the composer of classic film scores such as “RE-ANIMATOR”and “PUPPER MASTER” has composed an original lavish 1980’s style score for it! The first of the “lost” “PULSEPOUNDERS” episodes to be restored, “H.P.’s Lovecraft’s THE EVIL CLERGYMAN” re-united horrors hottest duo; Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton! “THE EVIL CLERGYMAN” also stars horror legends David Warner and David Gale (Dr. Hill from “RE-ANIMATOR”).
Attending this historic cinematic event will be director Charles Band, stars Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton, and composer Richard Band."

Chicago Horror Convention
August 10-12, 2012
Muvico Theaters, Rosemont, IL

Review: "Re-Animator: The Musical"'s review of "Re-Animator: The Musical":

"- Unquestionably, Re-Animator: The Musical is a mix of burlesque and vaudeville for the horror sect. Stuart Gordon’s 1985 cinematic adaptation of Lovecraft’s tale was a blend of gory black-comedy that became a cult classic due to the unparalleled blend of comedy, gore, and a brilliant performance by Jeffrey Combs as Herbert Wet. The stage production ramps up the camp, utilizes some creative stage effects, bathes the audience in gore, and unearths the theatrical equivalent of Jeffrey Combs in actor Graham Skipper.
Gore in the theater is part of theatrical history and most notably part of the fundamental blood letting offered by the plays of the Grand Guignol. As you watch Re-Animator: The Musical you can’t help think of those plays and the more contemporary productions like “Sweeney Todd,” “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” “Slasher: The Horror Rock Musical,” “Evil Dead: The Musical,” or the recent restaging of “Carrie: The Musical.” "Slasher" and "Evil Dead" took the gore to the audience so beware as the first several rows closest to the stage in Re-Animator: The Musical are considered the “splash zone.” Not only are the seats and floor covered in plastic put audiences members sitting in those rows are offered plastic slickers. They are highly recommended as the production offers no intermission so that the audience is besieged by a vast array of ghastly fluids as the volumes mount towards the bloody climax."
You can read the complete review here.

"Re-Animator" comes to Blu-Ray

According to Famous Monsters of Filmland "RE-ANIMATOR is coming to Blu-Ray on September 4th with a set that is ”packed with bonus features (existing from earlier DVD releases), including audio commentaries from the film’s director, producer and cast, interviews, extended scenes, galleries, and more.

"RE-ANIMATOR (1985) is a classic horror film based on an HP Lovecraft story that stars the infamous Jeffrey Combs as Herbert West, as well as Bruce Abbott, Barbara Crampton, and David Gale. The film is directed by Stuart Gordon.
The Blu-Ray is priced at $17.97, but you can pre-order the film from Amazon now for only $12.58."

Graphic Novel: Shakespeare vs. Lovecraft has this interesting synopsis of the upcoming project:

“We are such stuff as dreams are made on; and our little life is rounded with a sleep.” -- William Shakespeare
Romeo vs. Mi-Go!!! England’s Royal Beasts vs. A Shoggoth!!!
The Author vs. Iambic Pentameter!!!

“In his house at R’lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.” -- Howard Phillips Lovecraft
In the same putrid vein as Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Shakespeare vs. Lovecraft slithers hideously onto the literary mash-up scene, whispering of cosmic horrors and eldritch tales whilst espousing sweet soliloquies and profoundly contemplating mankind’s place in the universe.
Prospero, driven dangerously insane by prolonged exposure to the dread Necronomicon, makes a terrible pact with the titanic alien beast known as Cthulhu. Now only his enchantress daughter, Miranda, and a handful of history’s greatest heroes are all that stand between humanity and blasphemous eternal subjugation.
It’s a bloodbath of Shakespearean proportions as Cthulhu and his eldritch companions come at our protagonists from all manner of strange geometric angles in a hideous and savage battle for supremacy.
This horror-comedy will seize you in its clammy grip and not release you until you have gone positively mad with delight! Witness all this and more:
Histrionic Heroes vs. Tentacled Terrors!!! Endless Soliloquys vs. Unnatural Silences!!!"

A Lot of Evil (online version)

A Lot of Evil, part of last year's HP Lovecraft Film Festival Official Selectionis now available online via Vimeo.

The movie is "A comedy/horror short about an H.P. Lovecraft fanboy who buys a book online that he thinks will help him summon a real Cthulhu monster."

Sam Raimi Confirms Ash Will Not Be In The ‘Evil Dead’ Remake, Says The Movie Is ‘Gut-Wrenching’ gives us this information about the upcoming "Evil Dead" remake:

"Director Fede Alvarez is currently wrapping up photography on Evil Dead, FilmDistrict and Ghost House Pictures’ remake of Sam Raimi’s 1981 cult-hit horror classic, now filming in Auckland, New Zealand. The film was written by Alvarez and Rodo Sayagues (with a polish by Diablo Cody) is produced by Sam Raimi (Spider-Man); Rob Tapert (30 Days of Night) and Bruce Campbell who played the popular Ash character in the original trilogy.
Now Raimi confirms what we’ve more or less been suspecting, that the character of Ash will not be in the remake. He told MTV, “No, that character’s not in this movie“. He also said that the new one is “gut-wrenching, scary and intense“. This all fits nicely with what I’m expecting from the movie so far. From what I’ve heard, this thing is intense and gory and stays true to the spirit of the original without copying its exact story. In other words, I’m expecting it to do what remakes are (at their best) supposed to do".
You can read the complete article here.
- Lady Lovecraft -

Monday, July 23, 2012

The Lovecraft eZine interviews W.H. Pugmire (video chat version)

The Lovecraft eZine did a group interview, well, rather a "hangout" amongst friends on July 22nd. You can few the interview(s) with Wilum Hopfrog PugmireMike DavisJulia MorganAdam Bolivar & Derek Ferreira.

Here's the video for you, which can also be watched on the Lovecraft eZine page.

- Lady Lovecraft -

Sunday, July 22, 2012

The Evil Clergyman World Premiere announced...

For Immediate Release:


In 1987 Charles Band directed "PULSESPONDERS", an anthology film comprised of short film sequels to the biggest hits of Empire Pictures; H.P. LOVECRAFT's "THE EVIL CLERGYMAN", the first (and unseen) "TRANCERS sequel, and a sequel to "THE DUNGEONMASTER" . "PULSEPOUNDERS" was shot and edited in 1988 before circumstances prevented it from being released. "PULSEPOUNDERS" was thought to be a lost film. For the last 25 years, fans have clamored to see it.

Recently, a "PULSEPOUNDERS" work print was discovered. Charles Band and a team of digital experts have been working for the last year digitally restoring it. Richard Band, the composer of classic film scores such as "RE-ANIMATOR" and "PUPPER MASTER" has composed an original lavish 1980's style score for it! The first of the "lost" "PULSEPOUNDERS" episodes to be restored, "H.P.'s Lovecraft’s THE EVIL CLERGYMAN" re-united horrors hottest duo; Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton! "THE EVIL CLERGYMAN" also stars horror legends David Warner and David Gale (Dr. Hill from "RE-ANIMATOR").
Attending this historic cinematic event will be director Charles Band, stars Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton, and composer Richard Band.

(Thanks to Shawn Francis)

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Jeremy Slater's Tape 4

According to several online sources, Lionsgate has aquired a script titled "Tape 4" by Jeremy Slater. Rumour has it, that the script / story is "tied to" or "centers around" H.P. Lovecraft and "his mythology" or "his life". 

Other sources claim the script to be "a horror film that incorporates Lovecraftian mythology into a modern setting". 

We will keep you updated as we get more news.


- Lady Lovecraft -

Movie News: Thing On The Doorstep

Craig pointed this movie out to me: The Thing on the Doorstep

The homepage and facebook presences inform us, that "The Thing on the Doorstep is a new psychological horror film based on the short story by H.P. Lovecraft.  

" It is true that I have just sent six bullets through the head of my best friend, and yet I hope to show by this statement that I am not his murderer."

Daniel Upton's relationship with his friend Edward Derby is abruptly changed after Edward becomes romantically involved with Asenath Waite, a hypnotist with an odd reputation.  As Edward's behavior becomes more erratic and events unexplainable, Daniel investigates.  Is it madness...or something far more terrifying?

The Thing on the Doorstep is a new psychological horror film based on the short story by H.P. Lovecraft." 

- Lady Lovecraft -

Update: The Shunned House

The Shunned House is a co-production between Maelstrom ProductionsLeap Second Pictures and Dark Whisper Films.

Maelstrom Productions have previously done a short version of The Thing on the Doorstep and a separate, feature version of The Thing on the Doorstep. The movie is included in Vol. 5 of The H.P. Lovecraft collection. Maelstrom Productions are also responsible for The Love Craft, (a spoof of The Love Boat).

For Leap Second Pictures, this is the first take on a Lovecraftian movie, but their recent projects have been quite successful.

Dark Whisper Films are responsible for the movies Pickman's Model and The Summoning.

The script was written by K.L. Young and directed by Eric Morgret and shot in Seattle WA.
Rick Tillman is composing the music right now, and it is expected to be finished in the next couple weeks.

The movie will  run around 10 or 11 minutes long, K.L. Young informs us. 

We're looking forward to more news about the movie and will keep you updated as we get them!

- Lady Lovecraft -

Monday, July 9, 2012 reviews "The Captured Bird"

"A gorgeous, haunting exploration of youthful imagination, THE CAPTURED BIRD transports viewers back in time to their own early excavations of the dark. The eleven-minute short is the freshman outing from genre publishing icon Jovanka Vuckovic, who reportedly turned to her horror heroes for guidance at the project’s outset. In the end, just as she proved in ZOMBIES! AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE UNDEAD and with how she evolved Canada’s Rue Morgue magazine from fan rag to one of the most distinct voices in genre periodicals, THE CAPTURED BIRD is clearly the product of Vuckocic’s own vision. The results are stunning.
Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, the Brothers Grimm, and Hans Christian Anderson, THE CAPTURED BIRD is at once a fairy tale and nightmare, telling the story of a curious little girl (Skyler Wexler) lured from the security of her jump rope and chalk world into the mysterious confines of a sprawling castle. Once inside the crumbling abode, it becomes clear the building, and its horrifying inhabitants, have been expecting her."

Please find the complete review at

Lady Lovecraft

Richard Corben and Dark Horse team for Poe's The Conqueror Worm informs us, that Richard Corben and Dark Horse have  teamed up for an adaption of E.A. Poe's The Conqueror Worn.

Dark Horse’s horror line continues to get under your skin with the announcement of comics legend Richard Corben’s truly horrifying adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic poem The Conqueror Worm.
In Edgar Allan Poe’s The Conqueror Worm, a betrayed man hunts down his wife and her lover, only to stumble upon a gruesome puppet show based on his life.
Corben will also be lending his talents to the Eisner-nominated anthology Dark Horse Presents, penning additional spine-tingling stories by Edgar Allan Poe.
Edgar Allan Poe’s The Conqueror Worm is on sale November 21st!

Lady Lovecraft

"RE-ANIMATOR THE MUSICAL" comes to NYC for one week!

According to

"Stuart Gordon's musical mounting of his 1985 classic hits New York City this month!

Starring George Wendt, the show goes up at the PTC Performance Space (555 West 42nd St, New York, NY) as part of the New York Musical Theater Festival this July 17-22, following an incredibly successful L.A. run earlier this year. 
Naturally featuring a splattery splash zone, RE-ANIMATOR THE MUSICAL tells the story of Herbert West, a brilliant young medical student who has created a glowing green serum that can bring the dead back to life. What should be a medical breakthrough results in hideous monstrosities and ghastly consequences. 'I guess he just wasn’t fresh enough,' is West’s constant refrain as his quest for fresh subjects results in the murders of half the faculty of the medical school.
The show is directed by Gordon, who's been entrenched in theater as of late (recalling his early days in Chicago theater with the likes of Davd Mamet), with the incredible one man show, NEVERMORE and the just-announced TASTE. His EDMOND was also an adaptation of a Mamet work. 
For more info and tickets head to the New York Musical Theater Festival."

Lady Lovecraft

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Richard Stanley talks about a forthcoming Lovecraft film!

Dread Central provides us with a very interesting interview with Richard Stanley. Amongst other news, he has this to say about a forthcoming Lovecraft movie:

"Everyone was pretty happy with "The Mother of Toads" episode. The actual segment was shot for a lot less than what we used to shoot the music videos for. It worked out well; the producers are very satisfied with the results so they’re talking about bankrolling a feature-length Lovecraft adaptation, which we hope to shoot in the next year. The idea is to shoot it out here on location in the backwoods of the Pyrenees. We do live in a very Lovecraftian part of the world, which we showed off pretty well in "The Mother of Toads".

You can read the complete interview at Dread

Lady Lovecraft

Review of "Grabbers"

Here's what the folks at Quiet Earth have to say about "Grabbers"

A perfectly fine little bit of horror-comedy from Ireland, Jon Wright's 'Grabbers' works in a similar vein to films like Attack The Block, FAQ About Time Travel and in a sense is born from the films of Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg, not least because the characters in these Brit flicks always seem to take it back to the pub. In Grabbers however, they have a more specific reason to go in search of booze than Shaun and Ed, for the monsters in this one are deadly allergic to alcohol."

We open on a fishing trawler in distress off the coast of Ireland as a meteor storm passes overhead the island of Erin. Calling for distress, it's not long before the crew are picked off by some kind of weird sea monsters which start to move inland. The next day we're introduced to Garda O'Shea (Richard Coyle), a hungover and disheveled local cop who's mightily pissed off to discover that his elderly boss is being replaced by a tough, no-nonsense young woman named Lisa Nolan (Ruth Bradley) who's been sent over from Belfast, and doesn't appreciate the layed back ways of this little rural island, especially the heavy drinking culture and hostile natives. That afternoon Nolan and O'Shea are called to the coast to check out a beached whale, where they meet a posh English scientist named Smith (Russell Tovey, The History Boys) who suspects foul play and decides to stick around for a while despite O'Shea's grumblings that it's just another days distraction. Later that night the local pub plays host to Paddy the town drunk, and O'Shea has a few jars of Guinness himself before trying his luck with Lisa, who quickly realises the guy is a bit of a boozy wreck and helps him to bed. Meanwhile the 'Grabbers' (a kind of blood sucking squid) are stalking the island and start to pick off unsuspecting local residents under cover of darkness... Soon the islanders realise something sinister is happening, and O'Shea finally finally has a reason to sober-up, and along with Nolan and Smith in tow starts to investigate.

So far so sci-fi/comedy/horror, complete with direct references to Night of the Living Dead and Father Ted (an odd combination but this is Ireland after all). Grabbers plays out pretty much as the seasoned traveler of such films might expect, but that ain't no bad thing as it's a film that cheerfully passes the time even if it seems familiar. The film belongs to the three leads Coyle, Bradley and Covey who do a good job of inhabiting their mismatched characters and keeping the tone light and fun, while Wright's direction is smooth and slick and the moments of comedy - more likely to raise a dry smile than cause genuine laugher - are amusingly handled and all in good fun. The town is home to a cast of eccentric characters, all of whom seem happy to involve themselves in the unusual solution to the alien menace, which comes to light after Paddy avoids a mauling when his blood-alcohol level is just a little too much for one poor Grabber to handle. The pub becomes the main location as O'Shea busts into a local church and insists on an emergency lock-in before which he announces to the townsfolk, "We're probably gonna have to do shots... maybe even rip the arse out of it..."

All of this leads to a late night third act during which friendships are tested, heroes born and much booze is dispatched down throats. The night time setting seems convenient for the CGI effects used for long-shots of the beasties as it makes things easier to animate, but on the whole this is understandable given the moderate budget, and besides, the film is more about the human characters than the special effects. 'Grabbers' will probably see a few more festival screenings and then hit DVD, after which a cult following would be perfectly deserved. All in all it's an enjoyable flick for a rainy day and I wouldn't be surprised if the Grabbers Drinking Game became a staple for late night horror-comedy fans.

S.T. Joshi on "Shadow of the Unnamable"

Sascha Renninger, writer, director and producer of "Shadow of the Unnamable" just sent us this via e-mail:

"S.T. Joshi, the world’s leading Lovecraft scholar and bibliographer had this to say about our film:

“Shadow of the Unnamable is a splendid Lovecraftian film. With its convincing period atmosphere, its restrained but powerful special effects, and most of all its hints of cosmic terror, it captures the essence of the Lovecraftian imagination.”

We feel very honoured and hopefully will be ready to start our crowd funding campaign for the next film this year!

We have one script ready and one in the works. Both will work with “Shadow of the Unnamable” to form a classic anthology film

Each episode will have it´s own unique style, just like the different themes Lovecraft explored in his stories."

Please find further information about the movie here:

Lady Lovecraft

HPLFF Los Angeles 2012: News

Hot off the presses, we have this news-flash from Aaron Vanek:

Tickets to the HP Lovecraft Film Festival-Los Angeles go on sale in one hour here via

I update more info on what we're doing and who's coming will go on that site.

I have to update the main HPLFF website soon, but haven't had a chance:

The festival is September 28 & 29 in San Pedro, SoCal.

We have twitter feeds for both fests, Portland and Los Angeles:
and #hplffpdx and #hplffla

I will be moderating a panel on HPL in pop culture at San Diego Comic Con this Thursday, July 12, from 8pm to 9pm in room 9. Panelists are Brian Callahan (who runs the PDX fest with his wife Gwen, and who also runs SighCo and Arkham Bazaar, and who will again have a booth in the dealer's hall where you can buy your Lovecraft movies and goodies), Cody Goodfellow, author and head of Perilous Press, Mars Homeworld of Dead House Music and who is completing his Lovecraft movie "Transcendent", and Michael Alan Nelson, creator of the "Fall of Cthulhu" series. 

We'll be talking about Lovecraft in movies, TV, comics, music, fiction, games, and everything else we can in an hour. 

I am going to be putting clips and pics of stuff to show onto my wife's iPad in about fifteen minutes.

There's been a bunch of updates on the HP Lovecraft HIstorical Society group here on FB from filmmakers. Besides Transcendent, the other two I am hoping are finished in time for Sept are "The Shunned House" from the Strange Aeons guys, and "The Thing on The Doorstep" by Will Severin.

A few friends of mine mentioned they are working on short films for the fest, notably artist Jason Voss (he did the paintings for "The Yellow Sign") is working on an animated piece and sent me some of the artwork (see below). 


Aaron also kindly provided us with a first few sneak pics:

Lady Lovecraft / Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.

Pickman’s Model by Zoe Samuel

Found via the Lovecraft eZine:

"Adapted by Zoe Samuel from the short story by H. P. Lovecraft and directed by Mark Philip Lichtenstein, Pickman’s Model tells the story of Thurber, an effete patron of the arts and poseur who visits the studio of Rachael Pickman, a disturbing artist. With Pippa Bennett-Warner, Richard David-Caine and Joseph Elliott. Art by Mick Cantone and Mark Philip Lichtenstein. Copyright 2012 Man Powered Films."

The movie is also available via Vimeo.
Lady Lovecraft

The Haunter Of The Dark

Here's an interesting take on The Haunter of The Dark by Biggs Trek

The link was kindly provided by Mike Davis' Lovecraft eZine

The Unnamable Unimaginable Thing In My Basement

"If an unspeakable eldritch horror makes home in your basement, register a complaint with your housing association."

A humourus take on the unnamable, unimaginable things that can lurk in british basements. This is an episode from the BBC Scotland's series Burnistoun, by the Scottish comedians Iain Connell and Robert Florence.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Morgan Scorpion's brilliant Lovecraft readings ...

can be found on her youtube channel. Miss Scorpion's enchanting, almost bewitching voice breathes new life into stories by HPL as well as by contemporary authors. Here's two of her stories for your pleasure - all her work can be found on her channel.

From Beyond: 

The Very Old Folk:

Lady Lovecraft

Unfilmable loves movies - and we love literature ...

Mike Davis' Lovecraft eZine is in dire need of donations and we'd love to help spread the word!

Please watch the video and donate, if you can. Mike is providing us with an excellent and free monthly eZine that does, indeed "contribute to the Lovecraftian community."

Lady Lovecraft

H.P. Lovecraft Double Feature at Artisphere in Arlington

via Washington

On Saturday, Artisphere in Arlington will screen two of those films: "The Whisperer in Darkness" and "The Call of Cthulhu."

H.P. Lovecraft Society co-founder Sean Branney has enjoyed the author's work from a young age.
"We've been playing around in his universe ever since," Branney said of he and his friends.
Branney directed the two films screening at Artisphere. He said adapting the works was challenging because Lovecraft didn't write much dramatic dialogue. He also added that other adaptations were unsatisfying.

One twist Branney and his crew did in creating the adaptations was to film them as if they were being made in the year Lovecraft wrote the story. "Whisperer in Darkness" is filmed in black and white, much like the Dracula and Frankenstein flicks of the era.
"We thought it might be interesting to keep with that tradition," Branney said. "It seemed very well suited to the Lovecraft aesthetic.
The dark, macabre works of Lovecraft have enjoyed a cult following.
"I can't speak for everybody, but what is interesting to me is that he created a mythology that put mankind in its place," Branney said of Lovecraft's appeal. "There certainly is an audience for this kind of picture."

Lady Lovecraft


DOA Blood Bath Entertainment announces The Unamable Blood Bath Film Festival II

"DOA Blood Bath Entertainment is proud to officially announce The Unamable Blood Bath Film Festival II celebrating the life and works of HP Lovecraft through films inspired by his work on August 19th, 2012 at The Texas Theatre starting at 2:00 PM.

We will be showing The Call of Ctuhulu and The Whisperer in Darkness from The HP Lovecraft Historical Society. Additional films to be announced in the very near future."

Please find more information about DOA Blood Bath Entertainment here.

Lady Lovecraft

These Cthulhu LEGO sets will drive you insane with little plastic bricks

"It's unlikely LEGO will ever produce an H.P. Lovecraft-themed line of LEGO sets — what with the cosmic abominations and the creeping madness and unholy geometry and all that jazz —but that hasn't stopped several intrepid builders from constructing their own eldritch play sets."

Please find the complete article at 

Lady Lovecraft

Ron Perlman and The Make A Wish Foundation show that Horror Fans have a BIG heart

The "Make A Wish" Foundation gives Caleb and Zachary a chance to visit Spectral Motion - a SFX company that specialize in the design and creation of creature effects, special makeup effects, animatronics and action props - and Zachary had an encounter with Ron Perlman's Hellboy. 

"In the past three weeks, Spectral Motion has been honored to host two wonderful Make-A-Wish children, Caleb and Zachary. Zachary loved his visit for two very special reasons. It was Zachary's wish to meet Hellboy and also to become Hellboy. When the Make-A-Wish Foundation contacted Spectral Motion with this request, Mike thought it would be fantastic to have Ron Perlman reprise his role for the day."

Enjoy the images, the fun and a full report via!

Lady Lovecraft