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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

HPLFF LA ticket info...

For Immediate Release:

Tickets for the first H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Los Angeles go on sale tonight a minute after midnight! The festival, which takes place at the
Warner Grand Theater (478 West 6th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731), will screen six of the best movies that have played at the original HPLFF
in Portland, Oregon, from the past 14 years.

Doors open at 2 PM, after party at 10 PM at the
Whale & Ale Pub (327 West 7th Street, two blocks from theater).

Films scheduled to appear:

Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown (2008) - An award-winning documentary about the man who created the Cthulhu Mythos, H.P. Lovecraft. Directed by Frank H. Woodward. (90 minutes)

Cool Air (1999) - "Never underestimate the power of the human will." Jack Donner (Transformers 3, ST:TOS) stars in this powerful period adaptation of the classic Lovecraft tale about a man who will do ANYTHING to survive. Masterfully filmed in Los Angeles on a shoestring budget, directed by and also starring Bryan Moore. (50 minutes)

AM 1200 (2008) - Eric Lange (Lost), John Billingsley (True Blood), and Ray Wise (Reaper, Twin Peaks) star in this taut supernatural thriller about a man on the run who flees into a far worse Hell than the one he left. A modern Lovecraft-inspired tale directed by David Prior. (40 minutes)

The Music of Erich Zann (1980) - One of the earliest versions of one of Lovecraft's most popular stories. A boarder is drawn into the web of his mysterious old musician neighbor, who plays haunting music for an unseen audience. Directed by John Strysik. (17 minutes)

The Call of Cthulhu (2005) - Filmed in Mythoscope, this black and white film was made as if it were produced in 1926, the year Lovecraft wrote his definitive tale about a worldwide cult bent on raising their obscene god from the depths of the ocean floor. Expertly crafted by the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society, this is the most faithful Lovecraft story adaption to date. Winner of many awards. Directed by Andrew Leman. (47 minutes)

Re-Animator (1985) - This extreme 80's horror movie spawned many filmmakers to follow in its footsteps. Starring Jeffrey Combs (Star Trek, The Frighteners) as Herbert West, a scientist obsessed with curing death. 2010 is the 25th anniversary of this outrageous horror-comedy. Directed by Stuart Gordon. (86 minutes)

here for ticket information...

(Thanks to Aaron Vanek)

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