December 3, 2015 • 12:00 pm
Not really…but insurance can be pretty scary. You have to sit and imagine all the things that can go wrong and then fill out forms and give a corporation money every month. Yikes! But here’s something you can’t plan for – the gibbering madness that awaits on the edge of reality. The third in our HPL comedy trilogy. Prepare to laugh WITH TERROR!
Filed under: Black Goat, Cthulhu is Coming, Festivals, Love to Lovecraft, Performance, Production, The Necrocomicon, Uncategorized
October 21, 2013 • 11:11 pm
Time to bear witness, believers. You have not watched enough documentaries and that, my friends, is a sin. But we have good news for you, the good news of Price, Doctor Robert M Price. The good Doctor has had many lives but as of today he stands with two PHDs, a love of HP Lovecraft, an advocate of the modern myths of Marvel and DC, a avid reader of the bible, but, curiously, not a believer. What? How’s this? All shall be revealed in the new documentary from the folks who brought you Elder Sign and The Necronomicon. Coming next year, this doc on the doc will delight atheists and agnostics and terrify the holy at heart. So step forward… and justify!
Filed under: Coming Soon, Cthulhu is Coming, Festivals, Love to Lovecraft, The Necrocomicon, Elder Sign, hp lovecraft, hpl, Joseph Nanni, lovecraft, lovecraft HP Lovecraft Documentary Film Robert M Price Atheist, Necronomicon, old ones
January 11, 2012 • 12:34 am
Despite all the hype around our planned period piece it won’t be the first feature from Bad Advice For Good Times. Pre-production has begun on Black Seas, a reference from H.P. Lovecraft’s The Call of Cthulhu, and the feature is scheduled to shoot in March. The plot revolves around a man known only as J who wakes up in an escape shuttle with no recollection of who he is or how he got there. His only clues come from a virtual HR representative who helps J rebuild his fragile psyche. Things take a turn for the worse when an alien presence appears aboard the craft and begins to contradict everything J believes about himself and the situation.
Fans of Elder Sign and The Necronomicon will appreciate the darkly comical script, while HPL fans will love the cosmic horror, both felt and realized.
Filed under: Black Goat, Black Seas, Coming Soon, Cthulhu is Coming, Love to Lovecraft, Production, abdul alhazred, al azif, Black goat, call of cthulhu, comedy, dave carson, Elder Sign, guillermo del toro, horror, hp lovecraft, hp lovecraft film festival, hpl, Necronomicon, old ones, short film, shub-niggurath