The Last Lovecraft
Directed by Henry Saine
Jeff is just an ordinary guy stuck in a dead end office job. But when he discovers he is the last living relative of famous horror novelist, HP Lovecraft, he is entrusted with finding an ancient relic and saving the human race! With the help of his best friends, the comic book loving Charlie and Lovecraft super-nerd Paul, he embarks on the danger-filled adventure. What they dont know is that Lovecrafts monsters are actually very real. Now, not only do they have to survive a hysterical collection of human characters including Pauls foul-mouthed Gran, but they also have to battle the Fish People, the Starspawn and an array of other bizarre creatures. A knowingly goofy monster flick in the vein of Jack Brooks Monster Slayer with The Hangover style comedy, The Last Lovecraft is a light hearted and downright funny movie made for all. Contains strong language, violence and gore.
Jeff is just an ordinary guy stuck in a dead end office job. But when he discovers he is the last living relative of famous horror novelist, HP Lovecraft, he is entrusted with finding an ancient relic and saving the human race!
Cast: Honor Bliss, Sujata Day
great popcorn movie. the comedy was fun and there was enough gore in there to keep the horror element. also, i was impressed with the score.
I can only assume this film was shot on an old phone. The viewing screen is half the size of my laptop screen. Just a tiny square in the middle. none of the other films I've watched have been like this so I know it's not my laptop or the website. No point in watching the film as you can't even see what's happening. The viewing size is about 6inch squared on the screen.
Special effects were good, occasionally funny, not much else to say about this really
How have I not heard of this before? Absolutely loved it, laughed out loud at loads of bits, loved all the Lovecraft lore. Make more like this. Takes me back to my Call of Cthulhu RP days.
Desperately unfunny sauusage-fest with a couple of good monster special effects.