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 is the last bloodline of H.P. ...
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It's the closing night at the last drive-in theater in America and Cecil Kaufman has planned to show four movies, which are so rare that they have never been exhibited publicly on American soil, until this very night.
Dan Upton is concerned about the influence of a young woman upon his friend Edward Derby. While a series of dismemberment killings in Arkham seems to be linked to a Cthulhu cult in nearby Innsmouth and Dunwich.
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 is the last bloodline of H.P. Lovecraft, He and his friend Charlie embark on an adventure to protect the relic piece from falling into the hands of the Starspawn and his minions that wish to reunite the relic and release Cthulhu back into the world.Written by
The fanboy dorkiness just pervaded this film like the worst stench from the bowels of Hell. I got so sick of the homie-speak and the unnecessary foul language, I just wanted every character dead within the first 15 minutes. The lamest and laziest trick in the book if you can't be bothered to write intelligent dialogue or develop your characters.
I love low-budget films, and labour of love this film may have been, but the heart was definitely the only organ involved in the writing.
If you want to see an homage to Lovecraft, check out the beautifully and imaginatively done "The Call of Cthulhu".
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