The H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival® in Portland, OR has been the vanguard of independent horror filmmaking, with a cosmic or Weird twist, for more than 20 years. Now you can attend in spirit, with this selection of short films from the 22nd Annual festival in 2017!
This may be the best collection yet, with incredible works like "Wattmarck" from Austria, inspired by both "The Music of Erich Zann" and electronica of the 80s/90s (critics have called it "H. P. Lovecraft meets Kraftwerk", and they're not wrong), and the amazing "Sound From The Deep" which lovingly and expertly incorporates the mythology of Lovecraft's "At The Mountains of Madness" into a modern adventure revolving around scientists looking for gas deposits in melting ice fields. You'll finally see, on screen, the underwater cities of the Elder Things, and the ultimate Shoggoth horror!
With explorations to the darkest corners of the earth to humorous takes on the Cthulhu Mythos, and from research on the effects of certain soundwaves on the human mind to the crushing burden of forbidden knowledge, this collection has something for every Lovecraft fan.
"Eldritch Code" (Sweden) dir. Ivan Radovic
"There is No Door" (USA) dir. Ward Crockett
"Mary and Marsha in The Manor of Madness" (US) dir. Kris Theorin
"Wattmarck" (Austria) dir. Lorenz Tröbinger - inspired by The Music of Erich Zann
"The Transition of Juan Romero" (USA) dir. Whitney Ellis - based on the Lovecraft story
"Leviathan" (Peru) dir. Erik Woolcott
"The Doom That Came To Sarnath" (UK) dir. Nael Ali
"Sound From The Deep" (Finland) dir. Joonas Allonen and Antti Laakso - inspired by "At The Mountains of Madness"
- Bonus Music Video "Baby Got Bass" performed by Cody Goodfellow, directed by Eli Dorsey.
- Highlights from the 22nd Annual festival in 2017.
- Lovecraftian Film Trailers: Ayla, The Black Gloves, and They Remain.
Runtime approximately 125 minutes.
NTSC Region 0, progressive.
Audio: English Only
English subtitles for all films (use subtitle button to access).
The films contained in this collection are unrated and are intended for mature viewers
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