Tagged with h.p. lovecraft

Bea’s Reviews: The Call of Cthulhu [2005]

Bea’s Reviews: The Call of Cthulhu [2005]

Silence can be utterly golden. Continue reading

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Villainlicious: The Old Ones [by Bea Harper]

Villainlicious: The Old Ones [by Bea Harper]

Lovecraftian horror is a subgenre of horror fiction that emphasizes the cosmic horror of the unknown (and in some cases, unknowable) more than gore or other elements of shock, though these may still be present. There are few things out there that can beat what H.P Lovecraft did for the genre and phenomenon of cosmic … Continue reading

Legends of Horror – Stuart Gordon

Legends of Horror – Stuart Gordon

This week, I am going to  be discussing one of my all-time favorite directors/writers.  The man has created such a unique stamp on the horror genre that it would be a crime not to include him. Stuart Gordon Stuart Gordan has created some of the most bizarre, some of the goriest, some of the most … Continue reading