Column: Cthulhu Eats the World: Dark Adventure Radio Theater – The Dreams in the Witch House


By Brian M. Sammons


Lovecraft, H.P., author; Radio adaptation by Sean Branney and Andrew Leman. Dark Adventure Radio Theatre: The Dreams in the Witch House. The H.P. Lovecraft Society, 2014.


Here comes more auditory awesomeness for the Summer of Screams from the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society. 2014 was a very witchy year for the HPLHS. First, they released the rock opera version of Lovecraft’s The Dreams in the Witch House and now comes this radio play of the same …

Brian M. SammonsColumn: Cthulhu Eats the World: Dark Adventure Radio Theater – The Dreams in the Witch House

Column: Cthulhu Eats the World: Dark Adventure Radio Theater: Herbert West – Reanimator


By Brian M. Sammons


Lovecraft, H.P., author; Radio adaptation by Sean Branney and Andrew Leman. Dark Adventure Radio Theater: Herbert West – Reanimator. The H.P. Lovecraft Society, 2013.


The Innsmouth Free Press is once again celebrating horrific audio treats for their Summer of Screams, and boy, do I have some ghoulish goodies for you to listen too. If you’ve read this column for any length of time, then you will already know I am a huge fan of …

Brian M. SammonsColumn: Cthulhu Eats the World: Dark Adventure Radio Theater: Herbert West – Reanimator

Column: Cthulhu Eats the World: Dreams in the Witch House: a Lovecraftian Rock Opera


By Brian M. Sammons


Lovecraft, H.P., author; Dalager, Mike and Leman, Andrew, lyricists. Dreams in the Witch House: a Lovecraftian Rock Opera. The H.P. Lovecraft Society, 2013.


I love rock operas. AKA concept albums. AKA slices of pure musical awesomeness pressed to disc. Pink Floyd’s The Wall, Queensrÿche’s Operation: Mindcrime, and The Who’s Tommy are some of my more mainstream favorites, but as a proud metalhead, let me add The Crimson Idol by W.A.S.P., Streets: A Rock

Brian M. SammonsColumn: Cthulhu Eats the World: Dreams in the Witch House: a Lovecraftian Rock Opera

Column: Cthulhu Eats the World: The Six Best Horror Flicks of 2013

By Brian M. Sammons


Welcome back, friends, to the second part of my look back at the year of horror cinema in 2013. Last time, I did five movies that, while not all of them were bad, all did fall into my category of “Why bother?” Now it’s time to do the flipside of that coin and look at much-better flicks. Since I think the Internet can be too negative most of the time, I’ll cover six much-better films this …

Brian M. SammonsColumn: Cthulhu Eats the World: The Six Best Horror Flicks of 2013