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The Horror of H.P. Lovecraft (2006)
"LovecraCked! The Movie" (original title)

 -  Comedy | Fantasy | Horror  -  24 July 2006 (USA)
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Follow the exploits of a bumbling investigative journalist as he struggles to discover the truth behind enigmatic horror author H.P. Lovecraft and his mysterious past. Along the way strange... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Chad Bernhard ...
70's Journalist
Rich Casella ...
Anna Ganster ...
Alien Mom
Nick Basile ...
Ryan L. Johnston ...
Stockbroker (as Ryan Johnston)
Brian A. Bernhard ...
Sci-Fi Nerd / Howard's Voice (segment "And This Was On A Good Day")
Mary Holloway ...
Suburban Mom
Suzy Hotrod ...
Rump-shaking Troma Babe
Vicky Voltage ...
Busty Troma Babe
Nick Rezabek ...
Lance (as Nicholas Rezabek)
Richard Wein ...
Herr Schlieffenzingenmeckleheimer
Barbara Hubach ...
Boat Rower
Martina Ganster ...
The Vagrant


Follow the exploits of a bumbling investigative journalist as he struggles to discover the truth behind enigmatic horror author H.P. Lovecraft and his mysterious past. Along the way strange and macabre tales play out, pulling the reporter ever deeper into the writer's mystical world. Will the journalist finally prevail or will he end up without a clue as usual? One thing's for sure, the truth is out there... he's just not entirely sure where. Written by Biff Juggernaut Productions

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Weapon-wielding psychopaths, evil temptresses, creatures from beyond, forces of the unknown, zombie sex... and a journalist without a clue. See more »




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The opening swamp scene of the movie was originally intended to take place in a marsh in the south of Germany. When the location fell through it was decided that it would be more in keeping with the film's often self-deprecatory style of humor to change the setting of the scene to a kiddie pool in someone's backyard. See more »


Sci-fi Nerd: Steven King likes H.P. Lovecraft... and I love me some Steven King!
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Spoofs The Call of Cthulhu (2005) See more »

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I was creeped out, I was tickled, I was intrigued, I was bored, it was a well rounded indy film experience
28 September 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

First of all I will say that the DVD release of this is very good quality for an independent film and it is packed with features that make it well worth seeking out.

Now onto the main course. This is an amusing, somewhat creepy (a few times downright horrifying) tribute to HP Lovecraft, or is that PM Lovecraft. I must say that by the end of this film I knew less about Lovecraft than I did before I viewed this film. Basically this is an anthology of short films inspired by HP Lovecraft and the whole thing is linked together by the inanely hilarious antics of an incompetent Investigative reporter played by Biff Juggernaut's very own Elias.

Overall, the films are well crafted and entertaining. There is a wide spectrum of approaches from slapstick to film noir through to an amusingly straight take on "The Statement of Randolph Carter" that brought to mind older takes on Lovecraft on early 60's TV programs such as The Outer Limits and The Twilight Zone.

Highlights for me were "Bug Boy" and "Alecto" which really got under my skin and freaked me out. Not unlike late night readings of Lovecraft's Stories as I thought to myself "This is corny, how can this scare me?" but after I finally put the book down and tried to sleep every howl of wind, creak of floor, or shadow of tree limbs out side the window pulled Lovecraft's monsters to the forefront of my thoughts.

I think that the low point for me was "History of the Lurkers" but other than that one this is a good independent blast!

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