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Miskatonic IHS presents Call of Cthulhu with lecture introduction by Roger Luckhurst 18

Andrew Leman, USA, 2005, 47m.

This screening will be introduced by author and academic Roger Luckhurst.

This award winning film was shot to look like a 1920s era film. Long presumed to be 'unfilmable', the HP Lovecraft Historical Society went to great lengths to be as true to the source material as possible. Film fanatic HP Lovecraft might even have watched this himself.

Call of Cthulhu is a fun, spooky romp following Francis Thurston's investigation into his deceased uncle's discovery of a mysterious cult, deep in the swamplands of Louisiana, the closer he gets to the call of Cthulhu, the more his sanity starts to fade...

Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies has been running since 2013, with branches in LA, NYC, Online and HQ'd in London's Horse Hospital. We present a series of academic lectures to the public, aimed to broaden their understanding of this complicated and nuanced genre, covering film, literature, music, video games, etc.

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