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Today the famed Hispanic Artist Ramiro and I talk about the great 20th Cen Writer H.P. Lovecraft, a man who has frightened man, guided Books, Film and T.V.
Ramiro will speak of how he got interested in Lovecraft to Ramiro work in Comics
Hope you come by the Elder Gods will!
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!
THIS WEEK: Guest MANIACS SARAH TARPEY and ANTHONY ALFONSO join Host GREG REIFSTECK as they cover the H.P. LOVECRAFT FILM FESTIVAL.
Greg discusses with Sarah his love of the Gothic Horror author's influence on the films of STUART GORDON as well as the movie culture at large. Sarah interviews festival co-director and filmmaker AARON VANEK (aaronvanek.com), as well as filmmaker Michael Mileham (The Jungle of Jules Levine, @filmsprout) and filmmaker/ puppeteer Darren Way (From Beyond short, dangerouspuppets.com).
GREG REIFSTECK and PHILIP BARRETT are the MOVIE MANIACS, bringing filmgoers into a new age of film criticism. Their enjoyment and passion for cinema drives them to help you get the most joy out of your movie viewing experiences.
Just when you thought you had movies all figured out, these obssessed film critics and experts will show you something about them you never thought of.
Listen in as your friends in podcasting discuss H.P. Lovecraft, Film Festivals and Live Action Role-Playing as an education tool with special guest Aaron Vanek from the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival and Seekers Unlimited.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes the Swedish Rock / Metal Band, Casablanca, to the Show!
The third full-length album from Casablanca is a concept album based on the Chuthulu mythology - with a twist. Before man The Old Ones ruled the world stated H.P. Lovecraft. But before The Old Ones, The Original human being of the Golden Void (the Original) ruled the earth Casablanca now claims!
This is a story that instead of total cosmic terror, chooses to highlight the passionate life stories standing strong in an almost hopeless situation. This is a story of those who despite the impending collapse of the civilization; do not give up the fight, or their dreams of sex, love, rock and fast cars.
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With Halloween just around the corner Everyone Loves a Bad Guy returns with a look at the scariest villains of all, the ones you can't see. Whether they're naturally invisible or the audience just never sees them, what really scares us is what we can't perceive. Plus Robert Winfree unveils his first ever list as he gives you the top twenty five horror movies of the last twenty five years.
Matthew Robbins was born in New York City and went to the Johns Hopkins University, where he received a BA degree in Romance Languages. Shortly after getting his MFA at the USC School of Cinema, he began writing screenplays with partner Hal Barwood. Together, in a period of three years, they wrote and sold six scripts. The Sugarland Express was Steven Spielberg’s first feature film and starred Goldie Hawn. It won Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival. For Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Productions, he co-wrote and directed Batteries Not Included. He also directed the comedy Bingo, for Tri-Star. Collaborating with writer/director Guillermo del Toro, he wrote Mimic, starring Mira Sorvino and Jeremy Northam. They also wrote Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, starring Katie Holmes and Guy Pearce.Other screenplays written with Guillermo del Toro include The Count of Montecristo for American Zoetrope, The Coffin for Lightstorm Entertainment/20th Century-Fox and Wind in the Willows for Sony. He wrote the screenplay for Pinocchio based on his collaboration of the story with Mr. Del Toro, their stop-motion puppet interpretation of the Collodi classic for the Henson Company. They co-wrote H.P. Lovecraft fantasy classic, At the Mountains of Madness that was purchased by Universal Studios. Thescreenplay Crimson Peak, starring Mia Wasikowska, Charlie Hunnam and Directed by Mr. Del Toro is out in October 2015 by Universal Studios. In affiliation with George Lucas’ company Industrial Light and Magic, Mr. Robbins has directed TV commercials for Coca-Cola, Chrysle, Eveready among many others. He also directed Paul McCartney in the title track music video for the album Off the Ground. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Hello Everyone! Welcome to Culture Shocked with host Author Jamie White!! Tonight Jamie will chat with Raz T. Slasher an upcoming independent horror actor and writer!
Raz T. Slasher an upcoming independent horror actor and writer. When he's not killing people he co-hosts the Raz N Dark Podcast with his best friends. Raz enjoys spending time with his family and friends, worshiping The Great Cthulhu, hanging out with his cat Stoker, and talking about himself in the third person. His favorite quote about his writing is “It's like Lovecraft and Clive Barker had a love child and gave it up for adoption to be raised by Charles Manson.” Raz was born in Dayton,OH ,where he still lives with his loving wife. He is currently banned from jumping out at her from dark rooms around the house.
H. P. Lovecraft: Well. If I just stated that the “Necronomicon” is the physical body, then the Mad Arab who wrote the Necronomicon is the jinn which possesses the human body. This is why I wrote in code that the actual title of the Necronomicon is Al-Azif. In one of your writings Warlock, you showed that the term Mad Arab means “your god that daughter of light” in Enochian, mad meaning your god, ar meaning that, and ab meaning daughter of light. Therefore, the Mad Arab was the Jinn that possesses the physical body. Is it not written in the Chaldean Oracles, “Because she is the Operatrix, because she is the Dispensatrix of Life-giving fire. Because also it fills the Life producing bosome of Hecate. As far as Abdul Al-Hazred, it is a code to the secret text. Hazard was my Earthly mother’s maiden name. The name Hazard derives from the Middle English hazard, which denotes a game of chance, or luck, all of which imply a Jinn influence. In older occult works the soul was regarded as female. In my “fictional” stories, I mention that the Necronomicon was completed in the year 730 A.D. This is approximately 98 years after the Qu’ran was completed and the establishment of the Islamic religion in 632 A.D. From 1914 to 2012, is also 98 years. Maybe the Mad Arab class, which is a collective living on Earth, will rise at that time. I really don’t know. I write fiction so that those who don’t need to know don’t know what the truth really is. Draw your own conclusion! Heka (/'h?k?/; Egyptian: ?k?; also spelled Hike) was the deification of magic in ancient Egypt, his name being the Egyptian word for "magic". According to Egyptian writing (Coffin text, spell 261), Heka existed "before duality had yet come into being." The term "Heka" was also used to refer to the practice of magical rituals. The Coptic word "hik" is derived from Ancient Egyptian.
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.
the Greek neoplatonisT philosopher Proclus (410 - 485 A.D.). Proclus was completely at home in astronomy, mathematics, philosophy, and metaphysics, but was sufficiently well-versed in the magical techniques oftheurgyto evokeHekateto visible appearance. Proclus was also an initiate of Egyptian and Chaldean mystery religions. It is no accident thatAlhazredwas intimatelyfamilarwith the works of Proclus.No Arabic manuscript is known to exist. The authorIdriesShah carried out a search in the libraries ofDeobundin India, Al-Azharin Egypt, and the Library of the Holy City of Mecca, without success. A Latin translation was made in 1487 (not in the 17th. century as Lovecraft maintains) by a Dominican priestOlausWormius.Wormius, a German by birth, was a secretary to the first Grand Inquisitor of the Spanish Inquisition, Tomas de Torquemada, and it is likely that the manuscript of theNecronomicon came into his possession during the persecution of Spanish Moors ("Moriscos") who had been converted to Catholicism under duress and did not exhibit the necessary level of enthusiasm for the doctrines of the Church.the Old Ones were beings from "beyond the spheres", presumably the spheres of the planets, and in the cosmography of that period this would imply the region of the fixed stars or beyond. They were superhuman and extrahuman."the Fallen Ones" and is derived from the Hebrew verb rootnaphal, to fall. The story inGenesisis only a fragment of a larger tradition, another piece of which can be found in the apocryphalBook of Enoch. According to this source, a group of angels sent to watch over the Earth saw the daughters of men and lusted after them.Arab traditions hold that the Jinnor Djinn were a race of superhuman beings which existed before the creation of humankind. The Djinn were created from fire.
Join Taylor Ellwood of Magical Experiments as he and Vincent Piazza discuss Lovecraftian conjurations and ritual possession. We'll also explore what precautions need to be taken with ritual possession and explore how lovecraftian conjurations are a form of pop culture magic.
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