An outlaw biker finds himself addicted to a diabolical substance and hunted by a grenade-tossing femme fatale, bounty hunters, law enforcement, a rival motorcycle gang, mutations and a topless stripper hit squad.
Laurence R. Harvey,
An adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's classic tale of cosmological horror that finds Professor William Dyer (Phil DeVone) and undergraduate student Danforth (Matt Szakal) on the hunt for a ... See full summary »
Phillip Shaun DeVone,
A meteorite, strange vegetation, a colour: an experimental take on H.P. Lovecraft's spiral into madness, shot with a vintage camera on truly unique LomoChrome 16mm film. This is a beautiful exercise in the surreal.
When a virginal artist falls in love with a call girl, she turns out to be the chosen bride of the alien god Cthulhu. To save her, he must stop an ancient cult from summoning their god and destroying mankind.
David Phillip Carollo,
Nicolette le Faye
A tragedy strikes the family of widow Svetlana (Michaela Dolinová) and her two sons, Jan and Maxmilián. The villagers believe that the hated nobles surrounded by myths and superstitions - Madam and Sir De Blois - are responsible for it.
Detective Diana Olmstead (Diana Porter) arrives on the scene of a bizarre death: a body with a strange bite wound and a mysterious egg sac on her back. A clue leads her to Innsmouth, where she meets a seductive and horrific fate in the form of Alice Marsh (Tristan Risk: American Mary, The Editor, ABCs of Death 2). Innsmouth explores the "monstrous feminine" with an all-female cast and two male extras. This is notable because Lovecraft's universe is traditionally male-dominated. You can expect nudity, blood, egg sacs, gills, teeth, claws, and a soon-to-be notorious scene with Tristan Risk.Written by
Izzy Lee is the brave and twisted female filmmaker that the horror industry has been waiting for! This film screened at Third Eye Film Festival last December. At the start, the tone of the film is equal parts dangerous and mysterious, in true Lovecraft fashion. A crime scene featuring unusual causes of death sets the mood. When the detective goes alone to investigate Innsmouth, the film seems to transport you to an evil community from centuries past... The shocking reveal at the climax of the film is a clever interpretation of Lovecraftian unseen horrors that he surely would have appreciated. Thank you for making Innsmouth! Watch out for Izzy Lee!
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