HPL Inspired Shorts

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53 minutes of a Cthulhu statue in an aquarium.

 

Black Goat is the short film/teaser based on the planned feature of the same name.

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What would a casting session for a film based on the work of H.P. Lovercraft look like? The director suffers through a strange cluster of actors with monstrous features, think Monty Python meets Doctor Who, before an actual Old One shows up courtesy of some serious CGI. Produced by Bad Advice for Good Times, directed by Joseph Nanni, and featuring music by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets.

To see the film in all its high-res glory please visit Yog or catch it at a festival near you.

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5 thoughts on “HPL Inspired Shorts

  1. What an amazing creation, a dedication to the genre…not just horror and sci-fi, but comedy as well. The passion and creativity shows in the end result, looking forward to much more…
    L.I.

  2. Magnificent! I laughed hard enough to fall out of my chair — but it’s also true to the Mythos and to HPL himself. I’ve been embedding your videos on my blog — the world NEEDS to see them!

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