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Interview with Henry Saine of "The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu"

Henry Saine is the director behind The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu a film that mixes the humor of such Gen X styled comedies such as Reality Bites, Clueless, Floundering, etc. It then throws in some sci-fi with, of course, some horror. After all, this does have Lovecraft in the title and you couldn't do this type of film without some horror elements. Saine was all to bring a seamless quality to the narrative of the film making it so that the various story tangents flowed with one another, instead of feeling jerky or uneven. In The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu, Jeff an ordinary guy that is stuck at a dead end job with a boring life, but when a strange old man gives him an Ancient relic and tells him that he is the last bloodline of H.P. Lovecraft, He and his friend Charlie embark on an adventure
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Henry Saine’s The Last Lovecraft Coming to Region 1 This February

After waiting for what seems like ages, director Henry Saine’s inspired horror/comedy “The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu” is finally coming to DVD courtesy of Dark Sky Films. As a fan of most things Lovecraft — I’ll refrain from commenting on some of the lamer adaptations of this admittedly peculiar author’s body of work — this promising little flick has been on my radar for quite some time. Sadly, I’d almost completely forgotten about the title, that is, until I bore witness to the trailer on the “Bitter Feast” DVD, which just so happens to be another Dark Sky Films. Imagine that! Here’s a quick synopsis for those who enjoy sleeping under rocks: Jeff is an ordinary guy that is stuck at a dead end job with a boring life, but when a strange old man gives him an Ancient relic and tells him that he
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Fresh Release: Egon Riedel and Das Jesus Video

If you live in a country where cable television is not a foreign concept, than chances are you might have bumped into the German television movie Das Jesus Video... or The Hunt for the Hidden Relic... or Ancient Relic... or Hunt for the Jesus Video... There are several titles by which you can find this picture, which was based on the popular novel of Andreas Eschnbach, which mixes the time traveling ideas of Michael Crichton's Timeline with the religious conspiracies of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code. In this novel (and movie), a young archeologist finds the skeleton of a time traveler in Israel. Apparently somebody went back in time to make a video recording of Jesus Christ and then hid the casette at a secret location. The German secret service and the Vatican are both interested in the recording and the archeologist ends up in a hi-tech
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