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Interview with Sailor Yuggoth

Most of us have at least heard of Sailor Moon, beloved main character of the Manga and Anime of the same name. She fights alongside Sailors Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto to prevent some cosmic evil from destroying our solar system. Few of us, however, know …

Tired like an Outer God

Do you know this feeling: You woke up after a cosmic slumber lasting vigintillions of years, but you could just crawl back to bed again? In this case, you are tired like an Outer God. I mean, just look at this image of a yawning Nyarlathotep and you will know …

Nyarlathotep Sneak Attack

Well, who would have thought… The sneakiest of the Outer Gods has managed to get a formula for summoning one of his avatars out on the World Wide Web and unwitting pawns in their (Nyarlathotep is non-binary, in case you wondered) game are spreading it far and wide. It is …

Artsy Cthulhu (bored on the bus)

To quote from Green and Grey by New Model army: The time I think most clearly, the time I drift away Is on the bus ride that meanders up these valleys of green and grey I am on a busride up a valley myself right now, so I decided to …

Recommended Youtube Channel: HorrorBabble

Here is something for all you lovers of horror and weird fiction, a most exquisite Youtube Channel by the name of Horror Babble. The channel owners Ian Gordon and Jennifer Gill are two voice actors with a love of horror from the United Kingdom. They produce high-quality narrations of the …

Fear of the Unknown – Lovecraft Documentary

“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown”   I have been away far too long. I would love to explain my absence by a tale of adventure, chasms of space and time that I travelled. …

H.P. Lovecraft’s Nyarlathotep – Epic fan movie

Back in 2005 I was doing research for my final thesis of my anthropology studies. The thesis concerned the works of H.P. Lovecraft and their impact on modern pop culture. In the course of the research I came across the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival and a particular short film by …

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