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The Color out of Space

Review: The Color out of Space (2019 film)

So, the first part of the announced Lovecraftian trilogy has been released on DVD, which meant: I got a chance to watch it. I went into the experience with mixed feelings. I am not too fond of most adaptions of Lovecraft’s work, my favourites so far being the films produced …

What Cthulhu can teach us about isolation

Iäh! everybody. I hope this special message by the Cult of Great Cthulhu finds you in good health. I had a bit of a non-euclidean think-around and came to the conclusion Great Cthulhu’s general behavior can teach us a lot about what to do during the quarantine and still be …

An H.P. Lovecraft Cinematic Universe – It’s coming (maybe)!

Right, there is only one thing to say: IÄH! EVERYBODY IÄH! There is an H.P. Lovecraft cinematic universe in the works, SpectreVision, the production company of Elijah Wood and Daniel Noah, who are also going to release The Color out of Space, soon (January 22nd, to be precise) have plans …

Review: A Cosmology of Monsters by Shaun Hamill

This book came as a recommendation by Amazon and this time, the recommendation algorithm worked (usually it is a wee bit off the mark). Right from the start, I was hooked. Before the first chapter are two brief excerpts from popular works of famous authors. One by Ray Bradbury and …

Someone Realized HP Lovecraft Poem “Nemesis” Maps Perfectly to Billy Joel’s “Piano Man”

Please, everybody, just click and enjoy the madness! H.P. Lovecraft: Nemesis – Sing along Thro’ the ghoul-guarded gateways of slumber,Past the wan-moon’d abysses of night,I have liv’d o’er my lives without number,I have sounded all things with my sight;And I struggle and shriek ere the daybreak, being driven to madness …

H P Lovecraft

Happy Birthday, Mr. Lovecraft

It is an honoured tradition on this blog to commemorate the birthday of the Master of the Macabre, H. P. Lovecraft, on this day every year. Today in 1890, Howard Philips Lovecraft was born in in Providence, Rhode Island, where he spent most of his life. To celebrate, I present …

80 years ago today… Not dead, only dreaming

On March 15th, 1937, H.P. Lovecraft left this realm to dream forever with Cthulhu in his house or build his own palace in Celephais or splendid Cathuria. Rest in Peace, Sir. Image (c) unknown. Firstname David, fair use

Today in 1937 H.P. Lovecraft began dreaming with Cthulhu

Dead but dreaming… H.P. Lovecraft left the mortal realm 79 years ago today but his memory and legacy live on, stronger than ever.     Mr Lovecraft, your fans and cultist across the planet and in the black gulfs of space salute you!