Bad Advice For Good Times

News and fodder behind the films of Joseph Nanni.

Some Things Man Was Meant to Know!

And now a word for our sponsors . . . Casting Call of Cthulhu would like to thank a long list of people who have, against their better judgement, made our little blemish on film so big in such a short time. The film premiered at the Riofan Film Festival on May 11 and managed to snag a key screening slot before the ever-popular The Call of Cthulhu. At the same time the film had its web premiere on Yog Radio , who have been fulfilling our Lovecraft fix for the last ten years, and within weeks the film saw 6000 downloads and hundreds of hits trafficked to this location. Now the film is infecting the inter-web as bloggers and news-feeds pimp our content to the world. One good click deserves another so what lies below are links to the various sites that have sited us:
 
www.yog-sothoth.com
www.zaeega.com
www.ectomo.com   
www.sfcrowsnest.com
www.gleefulgecko.com
www.evilbastard.net/bastardblog
www.ogrecave.com
www.spinthecat.blogspot.com
www.thickets.net
www.thickets.net/toren
www.gamingreport.com
www.shadowworld.co.uk
www.cthulhulcg.com
www.cthulhu-forum.de

We’ve also been unlucky enough to have some Lovecraft luminaries curse our offering with quotes and incantations. Here’s a distaste of what they have said:

“Most amusing! That cone-shape creature was quite a triumph of special effects.”
S.T. Joshi, Leading Authority on Lovecraft

“A great piece of work, witty and inventive, very impressive animation too.”
John Coulthart, Illustrator, Designer, and Author of “THE HAUNTER OF THE DARK
AND OTHER GROTESQUE VISIONS”

” A great little Lovecraftian short that is sure to be playing at the HPL Film Fest this year.”
Toren Atkinson, The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets

“Absolutely Gibbous! MONOLITHIC, AND I MEAN THAT IN THE MOST CYCLOPEAN AND NON-EUCLIDEAN WAY!! EIGHT TENTACLES!”
Paul Carrick, Illustrator

“An Amazing Tale, I’m sure old HPL would approve!”
Paul of Cthulhu, Yog Radio

“Brilliant…has Lovecraft rolling in his grave, from laughter!”
Craig Mullins, Unfilmable.com

Thanks again to everyone. We’ll keep making them as long as you give us your eyes . . . and keep watching.

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