Possibly one of our favorite horror anthology movies ever made. Like most Lovecraft films of the late 80’s and early 90’s, they were mostly brought to life by one of […]
Possibly one of our favorite horror anthology movies ever made. Like most Lovecraft films of the late 80’s and early 90’s, they were mostly brought to life by one of our favorite horror movie directors Brian Yuzna. Christophe Gains and Shusuke Kaneko also brought their talent to this great campy film that you just can not help but fall in love with. Also, you can’t have a Lovecraft film without Jeffrey Combs, who actually plays H.P. Lovecraft in this film.
The film also stars the awesome Bruce Payne, Edward De Lapoer, Richard Lynch, and Jethro De Lapoer. Nancy was played by Belinda Bauer and one of our favorite British actors David Warner plays Dr. Madden. The gorgeous Maria Ford plays Clara and is smokin’ hawt!
The three stories in the anthology are based on a few of the short stories written by H.P. Lovecraft. The Drowned was based on The Rats in the Walls, The Cold was based on Cool Air, and Whispers was based on the immortal classic The Whisperer in Darkness.
This film really is just an overview of the Lovecraft mythos and for those who have no idea who Lovecraft is, this is the perfect film to gross them out and make them cringe with fear.
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