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H.P. Lovecraft

REVIEW: Dagon

There’s something to be said for B-movie horror, even if it’s often designed to gross you out, titillate, and kill people (sadly most often women) in gruesome fashions. I’m not sure that something is...

Liveplay Review: Bookshops of Arkham

Critical Role created an entirely new sort of entertainment on the internet when it realized that people would pay decent money, at least in terms of Twitch stream revenue, as well as devote hours...

REVIEW: Call of Cthulhu

Call of Cthulhu (2018) is a roleplaying survival horror game developed by Cyanide and published by Focus Home Interactive. Initially, the game was supposed to be created by Frogware Games, which created the Adventures...

REVIEW: The Book of Yig: Revelations of the Serpent ed. David Hambling and Pete Rawlik

The Book Of Yig: Revelations Of The Serpent: A Cthulhu Mythos Anthology is the long-title of an anthology about Pulp heroes battling against one of H.P. Lovecraft’s lesser known creations: the Serpent Men. More famous...

REVIEW: Wonder and Glory Forever ed. Nick Mamatas

Lovecraftian anthologies are extremely common, ranging from pulp action to comedy to horror. Wonder and Glory Forever, edited by Nick Mamatas, does something differently. In Mamatas’s words, “I…saw a thematic gap; most Lovecraftian fiction...

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