If you have been following my Cthulhu Eats the World column for any length of time, well, first, let me say thank you for doing so. But also, let me say that you have no doubt witnessed my love for the radio plays produced by the crazy creative cultists over at the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society. Under the banner of their Dark Adventure Radio Theater,
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Welcome back, friends. Today, I have a two-for-one for you because both of these game goodies are of the bite-sized variety. That means they don’t cost a whole lot, and don’t last all that long, but are they worth a get? Well, grab your controller and ignore your mom when she calls you to dinner, because if you just have a few hours to kill, then maybe these will fit your bill.
Beyond the Basement Door (2012). Director: Jason Huls. Cast: Steve Christopher, Daniel Roebuck, Richard Pryor Jr.
Welcome back, Cthulhuheads. It’s been a while since I’ve covered a Mythos movie here, mainly because I’ve already covered most of them and sadly, they’re not making too many Lovecraftian flicks these days. But today, I’ve got an independent short film with nods to HPL aplenty, a recognizable face, …
As this year’s Summer Screams winds down with our final entry into fall, I figured I would once again take a moment to shine the spotlight on some of the hardest working people in the horror world. The podcasters I’m about to tell you about deliver the goods, time and time again, and do so for free. You’re talking about hours of content that has to be recorded,
French, Aaron J.; Chamberlin, Adrian; Green, Jonathan; Prescott, John. Dreaming in Darkness. World Horror Con 2013 edition. Hardcover, $25.00.
It is a great time to be a lover of Lovecraftian weird fiction. It seems like you can’t toss a squamous tentacle without hitting a new collection of Cthulhu Mythos fiction. Many are great, a few are misses, and Dreaming in Darkness is the newest. Is this latest offering a tome worthy of praise and sacrifice, or is it something …