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The Great Comedy

“The world is indeed comic, but the joke is on mankind.”
~H.P. Lovecraft

…now there’s a man who truly saw in his mind’s eye, our utter irrelevance to the universe, and how terrifying it might be to be confronted with something that erased all doubt of it.

Streams Of Thought

The Dunwich Horror and Understanding the Nature of Yog-Sothoth

Magic is any sufficiently advanced technology.” – Arthur C. Clarke

Yog-Sothoth by Chivohit (www.deviantart.com)

As one examines HPL’s stories in chronological fashion, there is a distinct pattern moving from themes and concepts associated with the occult and the supernatural to those of science.  1,068 more words

H.P. Lovecraft

The Dream Cycle of H.P. Lovecraft

When we read Lovecraft in class I was not pulled in whatsoever. After reading some of his Dreams of Terror and Death anthology I am completely appalled with myself for not giving Lovecraft more time in class. 279 more words

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Euler's Identity: "God Equation" or "Cthulhu Equation"?

Euler’s Identity – Euler’s Formula (The God Equation)

Like Cthulhu in his house at R’lyeh waiting, dreaming, the loathsome shapes of the Non-Euclidean geometries seeped down from the dark stars. 713 more words

"The Year's Best Horror Stories 4"

In Diana Gabaldon’s “Outlander” series, druid circles are conveniently used as time portals. They perform the same service In “Forever Stand the Stones,” by Joe Pumilla, an ambitious historical link-a-thon in which blood sacrifice somehow ties Catullus, Dracula, and Jack the Ripper. 202 more words

Fantasy/ Sci-Fi

Teaser Trailer Drops for the Upcoming Lovecraft Film, The Last Case of August T. Harrison

Back in early February 2015, I covered the first news of the upcoming H.P. Lovecraft film, THE LAST CASE OF AUGUST T. HARRISON. The film is written and directed by Ansel Faraj and stars Maggie Wagner, Jerry Lacy, Kelly Erin Decker, Nathan Wilson, Max Landwirth, and Lisa Blake Richards. 94 more words

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From Beyond

I don’t know how I managed to read Lovecraft’s “The Beast in the Cave” and “Old Bugs” but not “From Beyond.”

I think I saw the movie 16 times back when cable ran it endlessly but I just read the story a few days ago. 112 more words