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Here’s part 3 of G&H’s comprehensive look at Lovecraftian-esque films.
Greetings from the Ether,
As the third part of our “Lovecraft in Film” series, we will be exploring 25 films that, while not direct adaptations, are inspired either partially or greatly by Lovecraft’s fiction. Prepare for madness as we embark into the unknown. These films are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. This is not a ranked list.
50. THE RUINS (2008)
A pretty divisive film, we have a lot of Lovecraftian themes to boot. Most of them lying in the concept of an archaeological dig that uncovers an ancient evil. Definitely worth a viewing if you haven’t had the chance!
49. BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW (2010)
A visually delightful treat, Beyond the Black Rainbow follows a telepathic patient attempting to escape an institute. Looking like it came from the mind of Nicolas Winding-Refn, this film is filled with twists and…
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Here’s part two of G&H’s Lovecraftian influenced film list!
Greetings from the Ether,
As the second part of our “Lovecraft in Film” series, we will be exploring 25 films that, while not direct adaptations, are inspired either partially or greatly by Lovecraft’s fiction. Prepare for madness as we embark into the unknown. These films are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. This is not a ranked list.
Catch the first article here!
75. ANGEL HEART (1987)
A film that was controversial as hell when it released, Angel Heart has since gained a cult following. Telling the story of a private investigator searching for a missing man, only to uncover horrifying occult secrets, this film remains a powerhouse in the 1980s horror genre. Its Lovecraftian influence stems from the unreliable narrative, the madness which ensues for our protagonist, and the occult dealings that determine Harry Angel’s (Mickey Rourke) fate.
74. ANNIHILATION (2018)
Based on the weird novel of the same name…
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A movie with a Lovecraftian twist -- definitely a must-see!
A lovely review of my tale, "The Space Between"!
Thanks Tom Scanlan for the lovely review of "The Space Between"!