Monthly archives: January 2004

Horror on the Radio

HP Lovecraft never desired his unearthly tales to be dramatized in the vulgar medium of film, and this foresight proved authentic. For Lovecraft and his cadre of weird fiction writers, the catalog of films is, at best (and this is being kind), mediocre. At worst they are more fear inspiring than any tentacular thing to ambulate out from ‘neath a crypt foreboding. Adaptations transform atmospheric works of dense psychological horror into monster/slasher flicks or pure hokum. Continue reading »

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Cthulhu Chick

Do you know Jack Chick? He’s very determined that we can all be saved. However, there is no hope – we will all be eaten. If someone in YOUR life can’t see past their little problems to the really big ones, they might appreciate http://www.howardhallis.com/bis/cthulhuchick/

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