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  1. That young man was Howard Phillips Lovecraft, who more often is recognised by his literary moniker, HP Lovecraft. Lovecraft was born in August 1890 and lived with his father ...

  2. A lo-fi Swedish slice of Lovecraftian horror, its black and white, in your face, industrial surrealism evokes the earliest David Lynch shorts, while still feeling like a descent into ...

  3. One of the reasons to read Victor LaValle’s novels is the simple sentence-by-sentence pleasure of them — they offer hundreds of baby dopamine hits, tiny baths for the prose snob’s reward system ...

  4. Indie Metroid-vania in Sundered

    VentureBeat5 days ago

    You might be surprised just how many executives at indie game companies—and game developers in general—started their projects without a clear, concise, considered plan of design and execution ...

  5. Lovecraft-esque creatures. The real monsters in both King’s short and Darabont’s movie, however, are human, and reside inside the grocery store, led by Mrs. Carmody (played by Marcia ...

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