Episode 59


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What better to make you feel woefully insignificant in the universe than an episode of this size? Last weekend Desmond Reddick attended the HP Lovecraft Film Festival in Portland, Oregon, and this week he has more than three hours of footage to share with you. There's several reviews of the films seen at the fest and interview with the likes of: Frank Woodward (director of award-winning documentary Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown), Mars (composer of said documentary and the man behind Dead House Music), Jovanka Vuckovic (editor in chief of Rue Morgue Magazine), Toren Atkinson (from The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets), Sean Branney (from the HP Lovecraft Historical Society) and Andrew Migliore (festival runner and head of Lurker Films). There's also recorded footage of speeches, awards ceremonies and a panel on Lovecraft in Pop Culture. There's also tons of inane and profane chatter with fellow cultists and guest co-hosts DZ (from Cinema Diabolica) and Brother D (from Mail Order Zombie). On top of all that, there's music! "Weird Tales" by Dead House Music, "Main Theme from In Search of Lovecraft" by Troy Sterling Nies, "Lovecrafted" by Dead House Music, "Cultists on Board" and "Sleestack and Yeti" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, "Neither Dead nor Dreaming" by Troy Sterling Nies from The Call of Cthulhu and "The Innsmouth Look" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Sit back, oil up your tentacles, relax and enjoy this massive show. [ 3:14:39 || 89.1 MB ]

The above is from: http://www.earth-2.net/podcasts/dreadmedia...admedia_059.mp3

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Not to toot my own horn here but a-whoooga! This is a pretty dang good episode and I'm only halfway through.

Mucho props to Brother D and DZ for the assist.

With the exception of most of the interviews, I was at the festival with Brother Des pretty much the entire time, and even though I knew what was recorded, I still enjoyed the hell out of this episode!

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