|release date||February 15 2011|
|studio||Dark Sky Films|
|starring||Devin McGinn, Kyle Davis|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisJeff, a down on his luck office worker finds out he is the last living relative of horror novelist H.P. Lovecraft. What he doesn't know is that Lovecraft's monsters are real and will soon threaten the very existence of mankind. Jeff and his best friend Charlie are forced to embark on a perilous adventure and they enlist the help of high school acquaintance, Paul, a self proclaimed Lovecraft specialist. Together the three unlikely heroes must protect an alien relic and prevent the release of an acient evil, known as Cthulhu.
You’ve got to love the Slamdance audience. Unlike Sundance, the majority of the movies that Slamdance programs in its lineup really ARE indie films. The actors are unknowns, the writers and directors are often first-timers, and distribution isn’t a foregone conclusion. The Slamdance audiences know this. They’re loud, they’re appreciative, and more than anything-they’re forgiving. There’s a respect for ingenuity in the face of budget constraints and a sincere desire to buy in to the world of a film. First-time Director Henry Saine’s horror sendup The Last Lovecraft: The Relic of Cthulhu was a good match for this type of audience at their screening on Tuesday night in Park City. The film flew under the radar for the most part, with Tucker and Dale getting the buzz as THE horror comedy of the week over at Sundance. …Read More