- Scoop.co.nzMar 26 18:59 PM
Dark and mystical, the nightmarish stories of famed horror author H. P. Lovecraft have been brought to life through Tui Award-winning drummer/composer Reuben Bradley’s latest jazz album Cthulhu Rising , released on tour this June.
- Comicvine via Yahoo! NewsApr 09 13:13 PM
Writer Nancy Collins talks to Keith Davidsen about his new book at Dynamite.
- GameSpot via Yahoo! NewsMar 24 9:33 AM
Here's what the critics are saying about the PlayStation 4 role-playing game.
- Fast Company MagazineMar 20 13:03 PM
Horror-romance Spring is the cinema innovator's first feature to launch in theaters and on the peer-to-peer network simultaneously. Spring , a new horror/romance by filmmakers Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, is definitely the first film in history to be billed as "Richard Linklater meets H.P. Lovecraft." It's also the first feature film that forward-thinking Austin-based theater chain Alamo ...
- GamasutraApr 13 7:18 AM
This week, our partnership with game criticism site Critical Distance brings us picks from Zach Alexander on topics ranging from choice in Telltale's Game of Thrones to responses to the Entertainment Software Association's position on games preservation. ...
- PC MagazineMar 24 8:56 AM
Bloodborne changes up the "Souls" formula radically with faster and more aggressive combat. The Lovecraftian horror and Victorian setting only add to the charm. One of the best PS4 releases to date.
- Los Angeles TimesApr 18 7:35 AM
Four years ago, Joshua Weilerstein came to Los Angeles as a 23-year-old graduate student to be one of the Los Angeles Philharmonic's Dudamel fellows — a highly sought apprenticeship for young conductors.
- KotakuApr 10 12:44 PM
Bloodborne really nails the whole “Lovecraftian Horror” thing. YouTuber Super Bunnyhop has put together a cool video highlighting the many ways the game references the work and worlds of H.P. Lovecraft. Read more...
- Creative Loafing AtlantaApr 02 1:04 AM
Popular serialized podcast comes to Atlanta Symphony Hall. by Curt Holman For one night only, Atlanta will be transformed into a small desert community peopled with monstrous librarians, levitating cats, and all-powerful glow clouds. The improbably popular podcast "Welcome to Night Vale," which can be compared to Garrison Keillor's "News from Lake Wobegon" by way of H.P. Lovecraft, brings its ...
- The Village VoiceMar 24 15:35 PM
Michel Houellebecq is France's most famous contemporary writer , owing in no small part to controversy that he either stirs up or can't escape from. In 2002, he was tried for (and eventually acquitted of) "inciting racial hatred" for calling Islam "the dumbest religion" during an interview ...
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