What you need to see (and read) in front of Guillermo Del Toro .’s municipal cabinet

The first is an adaptation of Catherine Hardwicke’s HP Lovecraft short story about a young Miskatonic student who accidentally rents an attic in Arkham, Massachusett’s cursed “Witch House”. Written by “Origin” creator Mika Watkins, and featuring appearances from eclecticists like Rupert Grint, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Nia Vardalos, Tenika Davis, and DJ freakin’ Qualls, this super creepy yarn serves as a nifty introduction to Lovecraft’s creepy otherworldly survival line. It’s all about how you envision those puzzling grotesque monsters that drive people crazy.

To get a sense of the challenge before Hardwicke, you should absolutely read the story, and provided it appeals to you (it will), check out “Curse of the Crimson Altar,” a 1968 film adaptation. starring Christopher Lee and Boris Karloff. Then you’ve got Stuart Gordon’s 2005 episode of “Masters of Horror,” which doesn’t quite hit the horrid Lovecraftian heights of the director’s “Re-Animator” and “From Beyond,” but is still well worth your time. time.

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