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Lovecraft Film Lists

Part One: 1950 - 1970.

Part Two: 1971 - 1980.

Part Three: 1981 - 1990.

Part Four: 1991 - 2000.

Part Five: 2001 - 

Questionable Inclusions.

from The Arkham Advertiser1.


PART FIVE: 2001 - 2010


Beyond Re-Animator 2001
Also Known As:
Beyond Re-Animator (Spain)
MPAA: Rated R for strong graphic violence/gore, sexual content and language.
Runtime: Germany:95 min (Fantasy Film Fest) / Spain:96 min / Argentina:96 min
Country: USA / Spain
Language: English
Color: Color
Sound Mix: Dolby EX 6.1 / Dolby Digital

Produced by
Carlos Fernández .... executive producer
Julio Fernández .... executive producer
Julio Fernández .... producer
Brian Yuzna .... creative producer
Brian Yuzna .... producer

Original Music by
Richard Band (theme)
Xavier Capellas

Directed by
Brian Yuzna

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
José Manuel Gómez screenplay
H.P. Lovecraft story Herbert West, Re-Animator
Miguel Tejada-Flores story
Brian Yuzna uncredited

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification
Tommy Dean Musset .... Young Howard 'Howie' Phillips
Bárbara Elorrieta .... Emily Phillips
Ángel Plana .... Kitchen Zombie
Javier Sandoval .... Cop 1
Jeffrey Combs .... Dr. Herbert West
Lolo Herrero .... Sergeant Moncho
Enrique Arce .... Cabrera
Nico Baixas .... Moses
Jason Barry .... Dr. Howard Phillips
Simón Andreu .... Warden Brando



"In even another sequel, Herbert West learns how to trap the souls of the dead.   When a serial killer kills his assistant Dan Cain, West traps the soul of the killer and re-animates it in Cain's body."

SYNOPSIS: Herbert West is doing more experiments and instead of re-animating bodies, he learns how to trap the souls of people into dead bodies. A serial killer is on the loose and kills Herbert's assistant, Dan Cain. After the killer is executed for his crimes, Herbert takes the soul of the serial killer and transplants it into Dan's body and it has "unfortunate" results. 

Corpse-O-Rama 2001
Also Known As:
Miss Ligaya Presents: Corpse-O-Rama (Canada: English title) (complete title)
Country: Canada
Language: English
Color: Color

Directed by
Vince D'Amato

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
Vince D'Amato
H.P. Lovecraft characters
Peter Speers story

Cast (in credits order)
Ligaya Allmer .... Miss Ligaya/Cyborg 1/Cyborg Leader/Charlie/Megan Hill/Helen Back
Gregory Pierobon .... Melvin (segment "Take It As It Comes")
Lisa Hudson .... Sheila/Dead-Head Double/Ivana Freebee (segment "Take It As It Comes"/"Dead-Head"/"Hell & Back") (as Lisa Rose Hudson)
April Paterson .... Cyborg 2 (segment "Take It As It Comes")
Rob Carpenter .... Bartender/Dead-Head Double/Burglar/Detective Lee (segment "Take It As It Comes"/"Dead-Head"/"Six Shots At Dawn")
Tarja Ridgewell .... Chubby (segment "Take It As It Comes")
Timothy Sinclair .... Chubby's Lackey (segment "Take It As It Comes")
Colin Worley .... Bastard/Deke/Boxer/Zombie (segment "Take It As It Comes"/"Dead-Head"/"Six Shots At Dawn")
C.S. Munro .... Narrator/Dr. Herbert West/Cop 1 (segment "Take It As It Comes"/"Six Shots At Dawn"/"Hell & Back")
Jennifer Kaleta .... Martha (segment "Dead-Head")
Jon Scheffer .... Dan/Benjamin Lovecraft (segment "Dead-Head"/"Six Shots At Dawn")
Nicole Hancock .... Dead-Head Double/Olive R. Boobies (segment "Dead-Head"/"Hell & Back")
Tim Velvet Smyth .... Smoking Guy (segment "Six Shots At Dawn")
Zach Perry .... Boxer 2 (segment "Six Shots At Dawn")
Mark Harrington .... Cop 2 (segment "Hell & Back")
Madaline McGowan .... Dead-Head Double (segment "Dead-Head")
Dimitri Plavutskyiy
Ivano Lacava
Jeremy Phipps
Tara Steele
Jim Rota

Nyarlathotep 2001
Maine, USA, 2001, 15 minutes

Director: Christian Matzke; Cinematographer: Jon Dearnley; Composer: Derek Pegritz.

Cast: Dan Harrod (Nyarlathotep), Christian Matzke (Dr. Burke), Michael Kristan (The Egyptologist), James Cagney IV (Cody Jarrett IV), Jason McCay (P. O'Neil)


I am the last, I will tell the audient void

When a traveling show led by the mysterious Nyarlathotep comes to the city of Arkham, young Doctor Burke discovers that neither the show - nor the showman - are quite what they seem.

"The film is a period piece set in the early '20s, and it contains a number of powerful and compelling images. When Nyarlathotep appears in the guise of a traveling magician (Harrod), he displays images on a screen of "waves of destruction" --clips of nuclear carnage are inserted."  --Charles P. Mitchell, The Videoscope Review

film's web site:

Old Man and the Goblins 2001
Animation, USA, 2001, B&W, 5 min

Director: Mark Caballero, Seamus Walsh

The Terrible Old Man 2001
Canada, 2001, 33 minutes

Directed by Bob Fugger: Produced by: Michael Patience; Script: Steve Abbott

Cast: Ivan Richards, Kerri Winter, Todd Sanderson, Rock Moran, Rene Defazio


Based on The Terrible Old Man
On any other day Miles, Ronnie and Billy wouldn't be running from the law.  On any other day they would have passed right by the town of Kingsport.  On any other day their lust for wealth would not have clouded their judgment.  But this isn't that day.

Not yet released: see Titan Entertainment. From the trailer, it appears to be a pretty faithful rendition of The Terrible Old Man.  The Terrible Old Man attracts the attention of three thieves by paying for his coffee at a restaurant with a gold coin.

Film's web site:

In The Vault 2001
2001, CGI animation, c-7 minutes

Director / Animator / Writer: Geoffrey Clark; Audio Post Supervisor: Schuyler Greenawalt; Audio Post Editors: Stillwind Borenson, Bill Frank, Tearle Tomlin

Cast: Timothy Enos (Narrator), Walter Hecker (George Birch)

In The Vault is loosely based on H.P. Lovecraft's short story of the same name. It tells the story of George Birch, a gravedigger who is accidentally locked inside his own burial vault. 

"In the Vault, by Geoffrey Clark, is the first animated Lovecraftian film that I've seen, and it's also the first computer-generated one. It sticks closely to the original story, emphasizing the black humour of the tale and mixing a smile with the supernatural. Quite good, and remarkable work for a lone filmmaker, CGI or not. "
                              -A.M. Kuchling

Film's web site:

Peuple ancien, le 2001
Runtime: France:13 min
Country: France
Language: French / Latin
Color: Color
Sound Mix: Stereo (2.0 Stereo)

Directed by
Julien Lacombe
Pascal Sid

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
Julien Lacombe story
H.P. Lovecraft

Cast (in alphabetical order)
Romain Chesnel .... Cnaeus Enculius
Henri Debeurme .... Roman Legionary
Axel Drhey .... Archeolog
Didier Gallon .... Germanicus
Magalie Giraudo .... Archeolog
Frederic Jasinski .... Roman Legionary
Nicolas Kolesnikoff .... Nero
Bertrand Lerosey .... Roman Legionary
Olivier Pages .... Vallerius

The Testament of Tom Jacoby 2001
2001, 8 minutes

Director/script: Edward Martin III; Producer: Katrina Martin; Music: KC Wiley 

Cast:  Jason Brooks (Sidney Cooper), Leopoldo Marino/Edward Martin III (Tom Jacoby), Scott Hibbets (Claude Higgins), Andrew Nicoll (Brass Gilbert), Aarron Kemp (Jim Livingston), Doug Price (William Hartford Jr.)

The Testament of Tom Jacoby is a creepy adventure into a place of deepest darkness -- the human mind. What happens when six men are trapped beneath a mountain in a massive cave-in. What happens when one by one they start dropping, inexplicably destroyed by a monster that walks among them in the impenetrable dark?

Film's web site:

The Call of Cthulhu 2001
USA, 2001, Digital VIdeo, 1 minute
Director/script: Edward Martin III; Producer: Katrina Martin
We shot The Call of Cthulhu in one single night of frenzied activity. This should pretty much be obvious once you watch it.

Film's web site:

Dagon 2001
Spain (2001) (Language: English / Galician) C-95 minutes

Also Known As:
Dagon (2001) (Spain: short title)
Dagon - La secta del mar (2001) (Spain)
Dagon: Sect of the Sea (2001)

Director: Stuart Gordon; Producer: Brian Yuzna (co-producer); Script: Dennis Paoli; Music: Carles Cases

Cast: Ezra Godden (Paul), Francisco Rabal (Ezequiel), Raquel Meroño (Bárbara), Macarena Gomez (Uxia), Brendan Price (Howard), Birgit Bofarull (Vicki), Uxía Blanco (Ezequiel's Mother), Ferrán Lahoz (Priest), Joan Minguell (Xavier), Alfredo Villa (Captain Combarro)


SYNOPSIS: Based on a short story by H.P. Lovecraft, the undisputed master of the macabre, Dagon tells the story of Paul Marsh, a young man who discovers that the truth will not set him free instead it condemns him to a waking nightmare of unrelenting horror. A boating accident off the coast of Spain sends Paul and his girlfriend Barbara to the decrepit fishing village of Imboca looking for help. As night falls, people start to disappear and things not quite human start to appear.  After Barbara is captured to become an unwilling vessel to create new fish people,  Paul finds himself pursued by the entire town. Running for his life, he uncovers Imboca's dark secret: that they pray to Dagon, a monstrous god of the sea. And Dagon's unholy offspring are freakish half-human creatures on the loose in Imboca...  - Friday Jones {friday@fridayjones.com}

COMMENT: unknown, Los Angeles: Drawn-out pursuit, corny creatures, clueless cast.

Fangoria review: ...DAGON is a modest production, with several of the shortcomings inherent to low-budget moviemaking--although to some extent, these actually add to the film’s appeal--and can be enjoyed for what it is: an unpretentious, fun, creepy, gory monster movie, made by horror fans for horror fans.

The Call of Dagon 2002
USA, 2002, Flash animation, 5 minutes

Director: David Flora

In the 1930's, a devote of the Deep Ones summons them up from a lake to wreak havoc on the local town.
An Imperfect Solution: A Tale of the Re-Animator 2002

Also Known As:
An Imperfect Solution (USA) (short title)
Cry of the Cadaver: A Tale of the Re-Animator (USA) (working title)
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Black and White

Written, Directed by
Christian Matzke

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
H.P. Lovecraft story Herbert West: Re-Animator chapter "The Scream of the Dead"

Cast (in credits order)
Bob Poirier .... Herbert West
Jason Waron .... Simon Helder
Amanda Huotari .... Mary Helder
James Hoban .... Robert Leavitt
rest of cast listed alphabetically
Dan Harrod .... Walter Sutton
Megan Holden .... Prostitute
Laree Love .... Leather Apron
Christian Matzke .... Cadaver
Morgan Maurer .... Miskatonic University Student
David Meiklejohn .... Man With Newspaper
Sherry Whitemore .... Amputee

From the director of the 2001 short "Nyarlathotep," comes a 1920's period short based on "The Scream of the Dead," the fourth part of HPL's Herbert West:Re-Animator serial.

In the year 1920 two Miskatonic University graduates are practicing medicine by day and trying to revive the dead by night. Herbert West is prepared to go to great lengths to see his theories through to fruition, and when his fellow doctor is called away Herbert takes advantage of a golden opportunity. But with Dr. Helder's return we learn how imperfect Herbert's solution really is.

This short film is based on "The Scream of the Dead", a chapter in H.P. Lovecraft's story 'Herbert West-Reanimator'. Bob Poirier's performance as Herbert West is perfect.

The head of the corpse has also been in two other films: The Yellow Sign (2001), and the spoof documentary "A Shoggoth on the Roof" (2001).

Filmmaker's site link

Necronomicon 2002
Wales (UK), 2002, Digital video, 14 minutes

Director: Dave Thomas

Down and out writer Al, searches for a copy of the Necronomicon.  When he does, he attempts to bring forth Cthulhu himself.
The Music of Erich Zann 2002
USA 2002, 62 min.

Director: Edmud Pantuliano and Jeremy Hechler 

Based on Lovecraft's short story "The Music of Eric Zann," the opera is modernized for today's contempary theatre audience. The protogonist is a junkie who after being robbed seeks housing with Blandot, a shady landord who is a bit of a pervert. As the protogonist struggles with his withdrawl symptoms he hears the unworldly music of Erica Zann who lives on the floor above. Now addicted to her music he longs to discover its secret and what view lies outside her window.
The Unnamable 2002
Kurzfilm, Horror, 10 Min

Regie & Produktion: Sascha Renninger, Torsten Nowicki

nach einem Drehbuch von Torsten Nowicki, basierend auf einer Kurzgeschichte von H.P. Lovecraft

Neuengland 1925. Horrorliterat Randolph Carter und Schulrektor Joel Manton spielen Schach auf einem Friedhof. Manton lehnt den Versuch der literarischen Beschreibung des "Unnennbaren" ab. Doch Carter hat schon einen makabren Plan ausgeheckt, um Manton zu überzeugen.

web reference 

Casa sfuggita, La 2003
Also Known As:
Casa sfuggita, La (Italy)
The Shunned House (International: English title)
Certification: UK:18

Directed by
Ivan Zuccon

Original Music by

Cinematography by
Ivan Zuccon

Film Editing by
Ivan Zuccon

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
H.P. Lovecraft story
Enrico Saletti screenwriter
Ivan Zuccon co-writer

Cast (in alphabetical order)
Emanuele Cerman .... Luigi Montella
Silvia Ferreri .... Nora
Giuseppe Lorusso .... Alex
Roberta Marrelli .... The blindfolded woman
Federica Quaglieri .... Rita
Michael Segal .... Marco Del Vespro
Cristiana Vaccaro .... Carlotta Zann
Nicoletta Verri .... Innskeeper (The 40's)
Claudio Viganelli .... Innskeeper (The 20's)
Nicolò Viganelli .... Young Alex
Massimo Storari .... The Torturer (uncredited)

Based on H P Lovecraft's tale, "The Shunned House," presents the stories of three people who all died within the confines of the dark and isolated chateau. Each story is taken from a different period in time, yet they combine with one another to reveal the house's dark past to a journalist specialising in the paranormal and his sceptic girlfriend.
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath 2003
Runtime: USA:100 min
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Color
Sound Mix: Stereo
Certification: USA:Not Rated

Produced by
Katrina Martin .... producer

Original Music by
Cyoakha Grace O'Manion

Directed, Animation Supervisor by
Edward Martin III

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
H.P. Lovecraft novel
Edward Martin III screenplay
Jason B. Thompson earlier screenplay

Cast (in alphabetical order)
Toren Atkinson .... Randolph Carter, Bragging Ghoul, Dylath-Leen Bar Mate #3, Oriab Villager #3 (voice)
Raymond Beckett .... Dylath-Leen Bar Mate #1, Ghoul #4, Inganok Tavern Goer #4, Lava Gatherer #1 (voice)
Jason Brooks .... Black Galley Cook, Hungry Ghoul, Inganok Navigator, Nasht, Oriab Lookout (voice)
Andrew Hamlin .... Inganok Villager, Kaman-Thah, Quarry Man #2, Scared Bar Mate #2, Thran Sailor #3, Vivisectionist Victim (voice)
Sheri Hinshaw .... Grandson Kitty, Inganok Sailor #1, Inganok Singer, Thran Cat (voice)
Marky Kelly .... Inganok Sailor #2, Old Zoog, Ruby Guilder #3, Zoog Rabblerouser, Inganok Tavern Goer #1, Curious Ghoul, Chief Ghoul (voice)
Lev Koszegi .... Inganok Sailor #4, King Kuranes, Ruby Guilder #2, Third Ghoul, Warning Ghoul (voice)
Leopoldo Marino .... Dylath-Leen Innkeeper, Inganok Captain (voice)
Edward Martin III .... Oriab Innkeeper, Second Ghoul (voice)
Katrina Martin .... Hostage-Minded Cat, Inganok Sailor #3, Kind Farmer, Zoog #3 (voice)

"Three times Randolph Carter dreamed of the marvelous city, and three times was he snatched away while still he paused on the high terrace above it." Thus begins H. P. Lovecraft's epic tale of the courageous dreamer Randolph Carter and his search for the mystical sunset city by petitioning the gods of Kadath. During his journey, he travels deep into the world of dream, to the edge of the world, to the moon and back, and to the heights and depths of human and... inhuman experience.

Summary written by Edward Martin III

Considering that The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath is a full-length animated feature made by a bunch of people on three continents, connected by email and FTP, none of whom had ever made an animated feature before (or a feature-length film of any kind) it is really something special.

The Eldritch Influence: The Life, Vision, and Phenomenon of H.P. Lovecraft 2003
Runtime: USA:86 min
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Color

Directed by
Shawn R. Owens

Credited cast:
Ramsey Campbell .... Himself
Neil Gaiman .... Himself
Stuart Gordon .... Himself
S.T. Joshi .... Himself
Andrew Leman .... Himself
Brian Lumley .... Himself
Christian Matzke .... Himself
Andrew Migliore .... Himself
Aaron Vanek .... Himself
The Eldritch Influence looks at the world of literary outsider H.P. Lovecraft who posthumously infected a large number of artists, writers, mystics and fanatics with his wonderfully bleak worldview. Using passionate interviews and colorful commentary the film presents a picture of Lovecraft's life and thought through those he's touched and inspired. Featuring Lovecraft biographer S.T. Joshi, authors Ramsey Campbell, Neil Gaiman, Brian Lumley and filmmaker Stuart Gordon.
Haunter Of The Dark, The 2003 - In pre-production
German (Kinospielfilm) 2002, 100 Min

Also Known As:
H.P. Lovecraft's The Haunter of the Dark (2001)

Director: Alexander Weimer; Producer: Daniela Fraederich; Script: Torsten Nowicki, Alexander Weimer

Cast: Patrick Hellenbrand (Robert Blake), Dirk Bender (Coroner), Bert Stevens (Commissioner), Olaf Ploetz (Professor Linklater), Vito Lamanna (Young Italian)


Providence 1935. Schriftsteller Robert Blake kehrt in "seine" Stadt zurück. Seine Faszination für die "Free Will"-Kirche wird ihm zum Verhängnis, als er dort ein unheimliches Artefakt findet. Von nun an fürchtet Blake die Dunkelheit mehr als alles Andere.

Filmforce article by Scott Brake: The German production of Haunter of the Dark is being helmed by first-time director Alexander Weimer. The site states that "it is the filmmakers goal to make the first professionally produced, faithful adaptation of Lovecraft's work, recreating its 1930's period setting and subtle horror."
     As a lifelong H.P. Lovecraft fan, Scott B. is thrilled about this announcement and wishes Moviebrats Filmworks the best of luck on the project!

web reference 


Pickman's Model 2003
Also Known As:
H.P. Lovecraft's Pickman's Model (USA)
Runtime: USA:40 min
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Black and White

Produced, Written, & Directed by
Rick Tillman

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
H.P. Lovecraft story
Rick Tillman

Cast (in credits order)
John Williams Lynch .... Richard Upton Pickman
Rick Tillman .... Thurber
Don Lapora .... Elliot/Ghoul Arm
Mary J. Hiney .... The Beautiful Girl
Alan Wilkie .... Dr. Reid
Jim Serfling .... Joseph Minot
Dave Hiney .... Rosworth/Ghoul Hands
rest of cast listed alphabetically
Fred Cantu .... Art Club Member
Nancy German .... Additional Screams
John Lesnefsky .... Thurber's Hands
Ariana Nicoli .... Art Club Member
Ray Nicoli .... Art Club Member
Bryan Sammons .... Art Club Member
Jennifer Shepherd .... Art Club Member

Little did Elliot know what lay in store when he called upon his distraught friend, Thurber, in this faithful adaptation of the Lovecraft classic. Thurber relates with horror the tale of the disappearance of Richard Upton Pickman, a prominent, though despised, local artist with a taste for the...unusual. Thurber's admiration drew him into the haunting world and work of Richard Pickman...until that fateful journey to his decrepit studio...and the unspeakable nightmare he found lurking in the cellar. (synopsis by Rick Tillman)
The Thing on the Doorstep 2003

Filming Locations:
Seattle, Washington, USA

Directed by
Eric Morgret

Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
H.P. Lovecraft story
K.L. Young

Cast (in alphabetical order)
J.D. Lloyd ... Detective

Jerry Lloyd ... Robert R. Black

Jamie Morgan ... Doctor
Erick Robertson ... Edward
Oliver Spencer ... Dan
Beth Zumann ... Asenath

Produced by
Eric Morgret .... co-producer
Parker Whittle .... co-producer
K.L. Young .... co-producer

Original Music by
Parker Whittle

Cinematography by
Angelo Comeaux

Film Editing by
Eric Morgret

Other crew
Rowbes .... puppeteer


Eric Morgret
H.P. Lovecraft (story)
K.L. Young
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Plot Summary:
Insane asylums, shallow graves and magick of the blackest kind. Maelstrom Productions' newest project is an updated but faithful adaptation of H.P... more

Insane asylums, shallow graves and magick of the blackest kind. Maelstrom Productions' newest project is an updated but faithful adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Thing on the Doorstep". Stephen King describes Lovecraft as "The 20th century horror story's dark and baroque prince". Shot entirely on Digital Video, the film promises to satisfy fans of Lovecraft and the genre itself. Written by Anonymous

Angry and Moist: An Undead Chronicle 2004
Runtime: UK:24 min / UK:25 min
Country: UK
Language: English
Color: Color
Sound Mix: Mono / Dolby Digital

Directed by
James Raynor

Writing credits
H.P. Lovecraft (short story)
James Raynor

Dr. Norbert Crest is a brilliant scientist undertaking controversial research to find a cure for mortality by experimenting on the recently deceased. Working out of his cellar, his life is consumed by his work. All at once, his experiments spiral out of control, brought on by a major breakthrough in his research, the appearance of a beautiful assistant and the persistence of some local Mormons. Soon, the question becomes not whether Norbert survives the day, but which part of him?
Beyond the Wall of Sleep 2004

Runtime: USA:84 min
Country: USA
Color: Color

Directed by
Barrett J. Leigh
Thom Maurer

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
Barrett J. Leigh
Thom Maurer

Produced by
Jhano Ajemian .... executive producer
Jhano Ajemian .... producer
Jim Bolden .... executive producer
Koko Polosajian .... producer
Richard A. Strom .... co-producer

Cinematography by
Bill Burton

Film Editing by
Dan Gutman

Cast (in credits order)
George Peroulas .... Mental Patient
Fountain Yount .... Edward Eischel
Greg Fawcett .... Francis
William Sanderson .... Joe Slaader
Kurt Hargan .... Dr. Wardlow
Frank Schuler .... Peter Slaader
Marco St. John .... Dr. Fenton
Rick Dial .... Dr. Barnard
Tom Savini .... Sheriff
Robert Jayne .... Jasper (as Bobby Jacoby)
Rachel Mellendorf .... Ardelia
Jan Jackson .... Nurse in operating room
Tonya White .... Featured Extra

In this adapation of H.P. Lovecraft's short story of the same name, William Sanderson plays Joe Slaader - a mysterious mountain man being held in the Ulster County Asylum after the brutal murder of his family. Edward Eischel, a young intern (played by newcomer Fountain Yount), sees something more than just an inbred monster in this new inmate, however. Instead, he sees him as the harbinger of some greater and much darker force. With bodies piling up, his job in jeopardy, and his sanity hanging in the balance he gives in to his obsession with tapping into Joe's hidden power, risking all that he has along the way.
Innsmouth Legacy 2004
Runtime: USA:10 min
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Color
Sound Mix: Stereo

Produced by
Katrina Martin .... producer

Original Music by
Cyoakha Grace O'Manion

Cinematography by
Eric Morgret (director of photography)

Directed by
Edward Martin III

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
H.P. Lovecraft short story
Edward Martin III

Cast (in alphabetical order)
Scott Fink .... Best Man
David J. Gembala .... Wedding Officiant
Emily Hayes .... Katherine
Sheri Hinshaw .... Katherine (voice)
Mad Martian .... Craig
Hannah Wyatt .... Young Katherine, Jennifer

A woman is torn between her love for her family and the fate slated for her by her ancestors.
Read Me a Story 2005

USA:8 min
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Color
Filming Locations: Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA
Company: Dragon Moon Productions

Directed by Bret Mix, Craig Mullins

Writing credits Craig Mullins

Cast (in alphabetical order)
Rebekah Morrison ... Young Mother
Gage Alexander Mullins ... Child/Creature
Conan Rapson ... Onlooker

Produced by Bret Mix, Craig Mullins

Cinematography by Bret Mix

Film Editing by Bret Mix

1920's Innsmouth, a young woman attempts, through unspeakable means, to regain her husbands love and acceptance of their unwanted child...
13:de mars 1941 2005

Sweden, 2005, 5 mins

Directed by: Robert P. Olsson
Written by: Bjorn-Erik Karlsson, Robert P. Olsson
Camera - Kristoffer Andrén
Editor: Robert P. Olsson, Ulf Norstrom
Music: Johan Strende

Starring: Robert Johansson, Robert P. Olsson

'March the 13th, 1941' is inspired by H.P. Lovecraft's novel 'The Statement of Randolph Carter'. The movie is set in the year of 1941. Two Investigators are doing research on an old well. One of the gentlemen climbs down the hole and then they communicate through a military phone. But something is strange, the place, the hole, and then the phone goes silent for a short while.
Genres:Drama, Horror, Thriller
H.P. Lovecraft's The Other Gods 2006

U S A, 2006, 6 mins


Mike Boas (Producer), Peter Rhodes (Director)

H. P. Lovecraft (Author of Adapted Material)

Mike Boas (Voice-Over)

Fred Armstrong (Technical Advisor)

Genres:Horror, Silent Film
Lovecraft's Pillow 200?

Directed by:Mark Steensland
Written by: Mark Steensland
U S A, 10 min
Language: English

Cast & Crew

Mark Steensland (Director (1st Project), Producer (1st Project))

Mark Steensland (Co-Writer (1st Project), Story By (1st Project))

Mark Steensland (Publicist)

Poor Martin Hale. All he wants is to be published in his favorite horror magazine, Cemetery Dance. All he needs is some inspiration. His wife, Alice, thinks otherwise. She tells him to quit writing, sell his laptop and pay the bills. But at the pawn shop, Martin sees a pillow in the window that once belonged to famed horror author H.P. Lovecraft. Martin believes this is the inspiration he is looking for. So he trades his laptop for the pillow and takes it home to sleep on it, hoping to be inspired by the dreams it contains. Little does he know what terrors will soon be unleashed.
Forms: Narrative Fiction, Short
Genres: Horror

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