I was wondering, are there many movies that adapt Lovecraft’s work well? I’ve been wanting to see some, but I don’t know which ones will leave a bad taste in my mouth

Hey, there. Thanks for the question. It’s one that I get every few weeks/months and that I’m happy to respond to whenever I catch some time. I always start off by linking to previous responses and then see if I have anything to add or to clarify: (right-click and open in a new tab if they… Continue reading I was wondering, are there many movies that adapt Lovecraft’s work well? I’ve been wanting to see some, but I don’t know which ones will leave a bad taste in my mouth

Sorry if you’ve already answered this, but have you seen the HP Lovecraft Historical Society’s adaptation of Whisperer in the Darkness?

Hello! I have, and I like it. Since you’ve asked, I assume you enjoyed it?   For those who’ve never seen this adaptation, it’s not what I suppose you might think of as a “conventional” production. Released in 2011, it is in black and white and has more than a bit of the “old time” (pronounced in my… Continue reading Sorry if you’ve already answered this, but have you seen the HP Lovecraft Historical Society’s adaptation of Whisperer in the Darkness?

Frankenstein, the Baroness, and the Climate Refugees of 1816

Frankenstein observing the first stirrings of his creature. “Engraving by W. Chevalier after Th. von Holst, 1831. Featured as frontispiece to the 1831 edition of Shelley’s novel"  Source: Wellcome Library. Frankenstein, the Baroness, and the Climate Refugees of 1816

Frankenstein, the Baroness, and the Climate Refugees of 1816

Frankenstein observing the first stirrings of his creature. “Engraving by W. Chevalier after Th. von Holst, 1831. Featured as frontispiece to the 1831 edition of Shelley’s novel"  Source: Wellcome Library. Frankenstein, the Baroness, and the Climate Refugees of 1816