|release date||September 25 2006|
|director||Elias, Tomas Almgren, Brian Barnes, Brian A. Bernh|
|starring||Elias, Lloyd Kaufman, Joanna Angel, H.P. Lovecraft, Biff Juggernaut|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisWith tongue planted firmly in cheek, our story follows the exploits of a bumbling investigative journalist as he struggles to discover the truth behind the enigmatic Lovecraft and his mysterious past. Along the way strange and macabre tales play out, pulling the reporter ever deeper into the mystical world of the author. Will the journalist finally prevail or will he end up without a clue as usual? One thing's for sure: the truth is out there... he's just not entirely sure where.
Unfilmable! It’s an adage that often applies itself to literary works of the most profoundly obscure order. A rallying cry around which the prose of authors as divisive as William Burroughs, Franz Kafka and Hunter Thompson has congregated. Horror and Fantasy scribes are often saddled with this derogatory moniker for the simple fact that their works are either too epic or too extreme. Yet, despite this charge filmmakers have overcome a berth of obstacles to bring Frank Herbert, J.R.R. Tolkien and even Ed Lee and Jack Ketchum to the celluloid landscape. The compendium of Howard Phillips Lovecraft also creates a notable difficulty in translation. With a breadth of lore so steeped inside it’s own universe the hardest part—aside from interpreting the often stream of conscience narrative—is in encapsulating the totality of Lovecraft’s world without the need to explain the entire thing away. …Read More