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  1. Gonna do a Kickstarter for a CoC TTRPG feature film (sort of a Jumanji RPG dice given by Nyarlathotep to an unsuspecting Keeper kinda situation) and I wanted to ask you guys, the would-be fans, what you'd like to see. What should I include/steer clear of in a Kickstarter and what should I include/steer clear of in the film version itself. I know this is sort of an unorthodox post, so, Admin, delete it if you don't like it, but, I wanted to run it by you guys before I go and muck up the film version of our favorite pastime. (Background on me: Name's Arthur Diennet. Just completed my first feature - I've got some good interest in my follow-up film and I wanted to make this my follow-up, if possible.) Link to the site for my first film: http://americanbistromovie.com
  2. Have you gone insane (or fell asleep) watching a film based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft (or one of his followers)? If so (and if you're able), tell us all about it! Craig
  3. Sure to become all-the-rage. The Poor Man of Nippur is the world's first film presented in ancient Babylonian, as performed by members of the Cambridge University Archaeology Department (along with a goat – who may or may not actually be a member of faculty). Enabling subtitles may be useful (depending on your linguistic skills). Mesopotamian Films: The Poor Man of Nippur (Dept. Arch. Cambridge web page) Thanks to @Maccabeus for the heads-up.
  4. Hey all! I was planning on using the plot of the movie "The Skeleton Key" (it's a 2005 movie) in a Cthulhu Adventure. For those who never watched it, the synopsis is as follows: "Caroline Ellis (Kate Hudson), a good-natured nurse living in New Orleans, quits her job at a hospice to work for Violet Devereaux (Gena Rowlands), an elderly woman whose husband, Ben (John Hurt), is in poor health following a stroke. When Caroline begins to explore the couple's rundown Bayou mansion, she discovers strange artifacts and learns the house has a mysterious past. As she continues to investigate, she realizes that Violet is keeping a sinister secret about the cause of Ben's illness." Has anyone done that already? It is a very good movie with an unexpected ending (at least to me it was), with voodoo, ancient artifacts, black magic and allies that turn into enemies... If anyone has done it, did it work? the story is focused in one nurse, but I'd like to be able to play it with a group of 4 to 5 people. Any inputs would be appreciated!
  5. Friedland

    The Borderlands (2014) UK Film

    I watched this last night. A really interesting little film, which I thought would convert very easily into a Cthulhu scenario. There's some great tension and the interaction between the main characters (believers vs non-believers) is quite well done.
  6. Well, this could be interesting if it comes to pass: https://www.indiewire.com/2019/01/nicolas-cage-hp-lovecraft-color-out-of-space-1202037555/ With Cage movies it's always a coin toss in regards to quality, but I'm sure no-one has trouble envisioning him playing a man going insane. There's a long way to go from an announcement to a finished film, though, but one can hope.
  7. On Thursday 24 January 2019, Chaosium Inc and the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society, in conjunction with the Sun Theatre (Yarraville, VIC Australia), present a special screening of "The Call of Cthulhu" (2005). Introduced in person by the HPLHS’s Sean Branney, producer and co-writer. Q&A to follow after the screening. Also screening the “Making of…” featurette. Door Prizes, sponsored by Chaosium Inc include The Masks of Nyarlathotep Gamer Prop Set and other Call of Cthulhu-themed goodies. We encourage the audience to come in Call of Cthulhu-themed costume! More details and ticketing at the link: https://www.chaosium.com/blogchaosium-and-the-hp-lovecraft-historical-society-to-present-a-special-screening-of-the-call-of-cthulhu-at-the-sun-theatre-melbourne-australia
  8. I'd even be willing to put up with a PG-13, just to see someone do Lovecraft right, finally. http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/guillermo-del-toro-says-hes-prepared-to-do-at-the-mountains-of-madness-as-pg-13-now-20140704
  9. So if you have seen the new Aquaman movie you likely noticed that there is a very glaring reference to HP Lovecraft at the very beginning. When the movie first shows Aquaman's human father before the opening title there is a small stack of books that contains a copy of the Dunwich Horror by HPL. It is pretty blatantly shown. The movie also contains fish monsters that are highly reminiscent of Deep Ones. The city of Atlantis features heavily, as this is linked to Aquaman comic lore. The Philaletheian/lost civilizations nature of it has close connections to Lovecraftian tropes as well. Aquaman is not a Lovecraftian film. Maybe only in the sense that the Lost Civilization and fish monster tropes are there. But other than that, it is very much a heroic fantasy film in theme and characterization. It would seem to me that The Shadow Over Innsmouth would have been a more logical choice for the novel at the beginning. 'Cause Deep Ones. And I am presently overthinking the choice of showing DH. At its core, the Dunwich Horror is largely a story about forbidden knowledge and responding to it. This doesn't really match what transpires in the Aquaman movie. Does anyone know anything about the Director of the movie? Is this just straight up a case of "any HPL will do" novel selection or is there some meaning behind selecting Dunwich Horrow that I'm missing? I accept the fact that it could be simply that the Director likes HPL and wanted to put one of his novels in one of their movies.
  10. dazzleox

    Annihilation

    Loved the book. Liked the three book Southern Reach series. Enjoyed the movie, though it looks unlikely they'll make the other two. Not a mythos story directly, but you can definitely you can see The Colour out of Space in its cosmic sci fi horror.
  11. Peter Jackson talks to Mark Kermode about his World War I documentary. Featuring some impressive film restoration/enhancement. They Shall Not Grow Old
  12. Dante7

    Herbert West: Reanimator 2017

    Has anyone out there seen this film? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7560964/ And, if co, could you tell me more about it, including about the characters of West's new assistant and of his children (?!). I don't care how much it diverges from the source material, it clearly does so and does so by a great deal. I just want to know more about it (spoilers welcome) as it numbers among the very few things Reanimator-related that I haven't tracked down yet.
  13. Umbrageofsnow

    Hereditary

    Anyone seen Hereditary? It is definitely worth trying to get to while it's still in theaters. It's a significantly weirder, better, and scarier movie than the trailer led me to believe and beyond that it's probably best to go in blind. In tone it reminds me a lot of The Witch, to me the trailer made it look like it was going to be Poltergeist. Vague ending spoiler for those unsold on it: Also it would make a good investigative roleplaying game, I'm seriously thinking it would be a great Fear Itself scenario. Or maybe Dread.
  14. An adaptation of HPL's story with a mixture of live action and animation (from The Lone Animator). Written by: Richard Svensson and Daniel Lenneér Director of live-action: Daniel Lenneér Director of animation: Richard Svensson Voice-over: John Hutch Music composed and mixed by: Christopher Johansson Very much enjoyed this!
  15. achab

    Life (2017 sci-fi movie)

    The creature is this one is one of the most shoggothish ever, in its abilities if not in its look. Apart from that, it's an efficiently horrific movie, with its share of "Boo!" and "Yuck!" albeit suffering from the inevitable comparison with Alien.
  16. DontEatRawHagis

    [Film] Night of the Demon/Curse of the Demon

    Any of you ever seen this old movie? I got the DVD a while ago and thought that it was a bit like a Call of Cthulhu game. A professor dies under mysterious circumstances while investigating a cult. In response a collegue of his takes up the investigation along with a couple of other doctors and the dead man's daughter. Pay no mind to the crappy look of the monster. Originally the monster was never going to be shown and would be left to the imagination whether it was really there. Then someone in production thought hey lets add a monster to try and get it as big as King Kong or Frankenstein. Originally based of the short story "Casting of Runes" by M.R. James.
  17. We recently went to see del Toro's "The Shape of Water," and while we'll probably do a review over at Reckoning of the Dead soon enough, I wanted to get y'all's impressions if you've seen it. I won't post spoilers here, but broadly, while it's not an adaptation of Lovecraft, I felt like there were some real influences there (i.e. Deep Ones). I loved the film: thought the lead actor (Sally Hawkins) did a tremendous job, thought Michael Shannon made a great villain (like always), and enjoyed del Toro's inclusion of a diverse cast and characters. Thoughts?
  18. CultistfromKent

    HPL Film Festival U.K.

    I run the U.K Facebook page for H.P Lovecraft- H.P Lovecraft U.K We are having a small Film Festival on the 14th July 2018, at Maidstone Museum, Kent, U.K. Profits from booking will go to the museum charitable trust. We are sharing the venue with the Steampunk Group Great Kentspectations, they are running Muggleton Village event. The Museum is also having a Terry Prachett exhibition same time. The Museum will have links when they go live. Films, Stalls, Entertainments, Mummies If you need to contact me: hplovecraftuk@outlook.com Here is a link for HPLUK https://www.facebook.com/groups/161889367354873/ Here is a link for the festival page https://www.facebook.com/groups/1559790440756275/ and here is a link for Maidstone museum, this is where the film screenings will be booked from when it goes live. https://museum.maidstone.gov.uk/ ------------ Working on having CoC RPG played Working on an after party with costumes Working on large prop Working on LARP opportunity
  19. Here's the trailer for the Argentine HPL-inspired film Necronomicón: el libro del infierno. It certainly looks atmospheric, with an impressive array of digital and practical special effects. The plot summary, however, doesn't sound as though it's directly adapted from any particular HPL story: "Dieter, an ageless man, is the eternal protector of the Necronomicón, the Book of the Dead. But there exists a copy that rests, hidden, in the National Library of Buenos Aires. The mysterious death of Dieter leads Luis, a simple librarian, to face the forces that lie in wait for him while the city seems corroded in an apocalyptic atmosphere." Spoiler:
  20. Hello! My name is Jamie and I am currently the producer and director of an upcoming short film adaptation of The Music of Erich Zann. One common theme in most of Lovecraft's stories was his ability to build an atmosphere and we believe that "The Music of Erich Zann", does this better than most. The way in-which he describes the Rus d'Auseil is vague and mysterious and we believe this makes it so interesting to adapt to film. We want to make the hotel seem alive in this story and and give the impression that it is the building that is partly manipulating the protagonist. Our plan is to build our own set so that we can not only construct our vision for what the hotel may have looked like, but also it allows us to be able to experiment with all different factors (camera, lights, etc.), to make the hotel seem as creepy as possible. We recently launched an Indiegogo campaign to help us raise the funds that we will need to make the film how we want to. We also want to get the Lovecraft community involved in this and will happily welcome any feedback on the project from now, right until the final cut of the film. Our final aim for the project is to have it entered in various short film festivals around the world, such as: NecronomiCon, the HP Lovecraft Film Festival and CthulhuCon , and so much more. You will be able to find much more information on the film, rewards, and the crew through the main campaign page: Link: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/t...r/x/17934293#/ Thank you for taking the time to read this, Jamie.
  21. Hello! I am currently producing a short, 30 minute film adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's Dagon. Our aim is to write a new little chapter into the Lovecraft world and mythos, creating a faithful cinematic adaptation that may recreate the paralyzing sense of fear and dread that characterises Lovecraft's writing - with the ultimate goal of taking a cut of the film to themed festivals like NecronomiCon, the HP Lovecraft Film Festival and CthulhuCon. Utilizing the landscapes and rock formations of our local North Cornwall and Devon, we hope to bring forth the twisted continent that teases the fevered dreams of the story's narrator. Placing our film amidst the ancient rock and weird geometry we believe will call upon the atmosphere of the timeless horrors that haunt Lovecraft's mythos, translating that special sense of dread to film. Though the integral Great War setting is retained in this retelling the themes hold a contemporary relevance. It seems a signiï¬cant time to adapt such a tale, the process of which has let the fears of today’s uncertainties and challenges characterise this adaptation. Newly representing Lovecraft’s doubt and curiosity regarding the nature of madness to a present day audience is likely to provoke an examination of how progressive we really are. Here comes the begging bowl. To complete the project we're raising money via kickstarter - and would like to reach out to the community to get fans excited about what we're doing. With only 6 days to meet our crowdfunding deadline and £1,270 to raise, we need you now more than ever! If you like the look of our project, please do consider any donation big or small to help our cause - and be sure to check out the cool rewards we are offering in return for your support! You can find a link to our kickstarter page https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1113979883/hp-lovecrafts-dagon-0, and find regular updates on our twitter page at https://twitter.com/h_dagon Thanks for taking a look, and as always... See you on the other side! The Dagon Team
  22. Rookery

    The Call of Charlie (Short Film)

    Having just been to see the very enjoyable (but more Unknown Armies than CoC) Dave Made a Maze at Manchester's Grimmfest, I also saw the short film Call of Charlie - a neat little story about a dinner party etiquette with old friends, unexpected visitors and a Lovecraftian guest. Guess Who or What is coming to dinner. Some lovely subtle touches and lots of fun. Link to the trailer here - with upcoming dates where it will be shown. It's only a short film, so the trailer is a bit spoilery. I think it's the kind of thing that the denizens of this forum would enjoy though.
  23. Hey everyone, Are there any call of cthulhu scenarios adapted from horror movies, I mean, apart from that most scenarios are horror movies in essence. But for instance has anyone ever made a scenario from things like Friday 13th, Nightmare on elm street, The Babadook? The Babadook would be quite fun to try and run, an entity that drives someone to the brink of insanity before possessing them making them angry and paranoid and killing their loved ones.
  24. Mortagon

    The Void

    Has anyone else seen this? It's released on blue ray and dvd on the 7th of April and described as "pure cosmic horror" and a throwback to 80's creature films.
  25. diamondjack62

    New Azathoth movie!

    This is a cheap but interesting movie about an Azathoth cult. It also includes the book of Eibon and mentions the Zarrians. I would like to see this with a bigger budget. https://globalterror.pivotshare.com/media/a-call-to-the-dark/60988
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