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This Week On Talking Terror, The Crew Is Pleased To Bring You Some Films Based On The Works Of The One And Only, H.P. Lovecraft! An Author And Man Often Misunderstood And Unfairly Scrutinized In His Own Time, Lovecraft's Work Is Seen Today As Being Way Ahead Of It's Time In View And Theory! First, We Shall Be Discussing "Re-Animator" (1985)! In This Film, A Doctor Discovers A Way To Bring The Dead Back To Life, And Certainly Teaches A New Way To Give Head! Following The Green Injection, We Shall Discuss "From Beyond" (1986)! In This One, Man's Search For Alternative Life, Leads To The Twisted Discovery That It's Been All Around Us This Whole Time! So Start Tickling Your Pineal Gland, And Be Sure To Join The King Of Horror, The Madcap Ghoul And The Demonic Doctor As They Dive Down This Realm Of Dreams, And Nightmares! Stay Scared!
Assassins led by Copperhead infiltrate Wayne Manor, but Alfred fends them off, allowing Bruce and Selina to escape. Alfred seeks Gordon and Bullock help to find the pair. Cobblepot tells Maroni that there is a mole working for him. Dent suspects Dick Lovecraft hired the assassins. Falcone kills his operative Bannion for failing to guard the armory. Selina tells Bruce that the assassins were after her, not him and leads him to an underground area used as a mall for street kids. They see Ivy Pepper, who tells Selina that her fence Clyde is operating in the Narrows. Gordon finds Lovecraft, who claims those after Selina are also after him and gives Gordon some files about the Wayne Enterprise stocks. The two are attacked by the same assassins who kill Lovecraft and knock Gordon unconscious. Bruce and Selina visit Clyde, only to be grabbed by his associates. The assassins arrive to claim Selina, but she knocks one out, just as Bullock and Alfred arrive. Copperhead stalks Bruce, demanding to know where Selina is. Clyde and those involved are arrested. Following Lovecraft's "suicide", Mayor James reassigns Gordon to Arkham Asylum. Selina kisses Bruce.
Description: Voxx The Psychic & Master Astrologer, Larry Pines celebrate the birthday of HP Lovecraft, one of the greatest masters of horror fiction of the 20th Century. Lovecraft's Astrology & Numerology will be explored as well. Voxx will read some of her favorite story excerpts and poems by HP Lovecraft. Check it out!
Lovecraft was a pioneer in the field of Horror/Sci-Fi, and the creator of the "Cthulhu Mythos".
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SHOW RESCHEDULED! We had a technical snafu! Jason is discussing HP Lovecraft and how the author may have been influenced by the "real" Necronomicon.
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Wikipedia says: Zombies are fictional undead creatures, typically depicted as mindless, reanimated human corpses with a hunger for human flesh. Zombies are most commonly found in horror and fantasy genre works. Some depictions are inspired by Haitian folklore, while modern depictions typically do not have that same direct connection. Zombies have a complex literary heritage, with antecedents ranging from Richard Matheson and H. P. Lovecraft to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein drawing on European folklore of the undead. George A. Romero's reinvention of the monster for his 1968 film Night of the Living Dead led to several zombie films in the 1980s and a resurgence of popularity in the 2000s.
Following our show on Chaos Magick, The Hermetic Hour for Thursday December 1st, 2011, with host Poke Runyon, will feature a discussion on the writings of Howard Phillips Lovecraft and their influence on modern magick, especially that of the Kenneth Grant, and Chaos Magick traditions. We will summarize the "Cathulu Mythos" and the history of the fabulous "Necronomicon." Although both are essentially fiction, we will discuss Lovecraft's dream recall method, and the idea, purposed by Kenneth Grant, that Lovecraft actually created what must now be considered a genuine mythology. Lovecraft's demons, loved and feared by millions, have become as real as those of the Goetia -- at least in the subjective realm of magick. We will recount some humorous episodes involving Necronomicon fabrications, and we will read from the most complete text of the Mad Arab's hellish book, the alleged "John Dee Translation." So, tune in and shudder at the blasphemous ravings of Abdul Al Hazred.
On Thursday at 8:00 p.m. the Hermetic Hour, hosted by Poke Runyon, will present a discussion on "The Dark Side" of Hermetic magick. We will explore the works of the 20th century's most erudite and accomplished diabolist, Kenneth Grant and his "Typhonian Gnosis", tracing his sources through Crowley, the occult artist Austin Osman Spare, and back to the fin d' secle decadents of the late 19th century. We will touch on Grant's adoption of the "Cthulhu Mythos" of fantasy writer H. P. Lovecraft and his fictional "Necronomicon." We will read deliciously evil snippets from Grant's books, and our own lovingly crafted satire "Beyond the Nostrils of Nuit" from the forthcoming Seventh Ray. This really ought to be our Halloween show. Tune in and we'll descend into the Tunnels of Set.
That's right, it's October and what better way to prepare for All Hallow's eve then to spend the night discussing uncle H.P. Yes, you Miskatonic University alums can come crawling out of your slime filled holes around Innsmouth and stand erect and call out to the ancient one's that THIS PODCAST IS READY TO SEE THEIR BIDDING DONE!!!"
Alright, so that may be a bit over the top...but we do have a show for you packed with Halloween goodness, including an interview with the guys over at WARPO toys who have just finished a successful kickstarter to launch a line of Cthulhian action figures. We will talk to them about this project which should make Lovecraftians every where squirm like they were reading "The Tomb" all over again, and we will speak to them about WARPO'S other lines of figures and where they hope to take their passion for these cool and unique toys in the next five years.
We will also of course discuss the movies that have sent us screaming into the night, celebrate the old Universal monsters and decide once and for all who the king of horror is and if that were not enough for you Ghouls and Goblins, we will cover some of the creepiest comic books to be in print as we speak, books so scary they will make shriek with delight.
So, join us if you dare and learn more than you ever thought you wanted to know about the "things that go bump in the night."
The Hermetic Hour, hosted by Poke Runyon, will present a lively review of magical fiction and films. We will go from "The Saragossa Manuscript"(1841) through Dion Fortune's "Moon Magic", Somerset Maugham's "The Magician" (novel and film), Chambers "The King in Yellow", Lovecraft's dream cycle, Merritt's lost worlds (that influenced Shaver), Jack Williamson's "Darker than You Think" (Jack Parson's favorite), Clark Ashton Smith dream-maker extraordinary, his imitator Jack Vance (from which we got Dungeons & Dragons), "Valis" by Philip K. Dick -- just to name a few. Then the films: Orson Welles' "Black Magic" on Cagliostro, Jean Cocteau's "Orpheus", Merrian Cooper's "She", "Simon King of the Witches," "What Dreams May Come," "Crowley," and Jodorowsky's "The Holy Mountain." A smorgasbord of mind-benders. Tune in and feast on it!
Death may die on this episode of DBHR. Join Rhonda and Eric as we play the audio version of H.P. Lovecraft's Call of the Cthulu. It's a special 2-hour episode that you don't want to miss.
As Halloween creeps ever closer the DCR team bring you two great interviews. First we welcome to the show for the first time author, K.M. Alexander to talk about his new book, Old Broken Road. K.M. Alexander's first novel The Stars Were Right—a thrilling Lovecraft urban fantasy—is available in paperback or as an ebook and arrived in 2013. His new novel, the sequel, Old Broken Road arrives on October 14th.
Then we will wrap up the show with our final interview with author Jonathan Ryan to talk about his book, 3 Gates of the Dead. 3Gate of the Dead skillfully blends theology, murder mystery, horror, and paranormal investigation through one man's struggle with his belief in God.
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