In the next week or two I'll be dropping an episode about a new Lovecraftian Journal named 'The Audient Void' and one of the best movies ever...
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305s: a Weirdbook full of spiders & skulls
Edited by Carl H. Sederholm & Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock Foreword by Ramsey Campbell Published by University of Minnesota Press The Age of Lovecraft is a welcome treat. A critical look at the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. Lovecraft is typically the scholarship of English Literature, Folklorists, Antiquarians or of Theologians. Finally Lovecraft in the form of peer reviewed papers by … Continue reading Age of Lovecraft
303: Cthulhu Vs Walter Benjamin Today we talk about CTHULHU and Walter Benjamin. I read aloud from Benjamin's drug journal and 'Das Kunstwerk im Zeitalter seiner technischen Reproduzierbarkeit'.We also introduce a mail bag to the podcast. We are sponsored by Audible. FREE audiobook and a 30 day trial at audibletrial.com/pgttcm Or donate w/ Patreon Picture eBook PGttCM TShirts … Continue reading 303: Cthulhu Vs Walter Benjamin
Next episode we talk about my favorite space monster/god, and some video game Yokai. This may get out of control. This may be a multi-parter, but it may not happen at all considering the weather right now. Loud stormy weather. Also, FalloutNV is still tons of fun. #Axeman And if our podcast was a country our … Continue reading Prepare for Trouble, and make it Double…
Episode 207: Azathoth & Cosmicism We talk idiot gods and philosophy.
I went to the HP Lovecraft Film Festival like I do every year. Portland, Oregon is my hometown. I currently live across the river in Vancouver, Washington. I was lucky enough to stay with friends who lived nearby the theater. It also happened to be Greek Fest, a celebration of greek culture, but mostly people … Continue reading #HPLFF 20th ed.