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Cthulhu (2007)

Cast: Jason Cottle, Cara Buono, Scott Patrick Green, more...
Director: Dan Gildark
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Studio: here!
Genre: Drama, Horror, Supernatural/Occult
Running Time: 100 min.
Languages: English
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Inspired by the works of celebrated horror fiction author H.P. Lovecraft, this apocalyptic frightener tells the story of a Seattle history professor who becomes caught up in a frightful and rapidly accelerating series of strange events after returning to his estranged family on the Oregon coast and discovering that his father is involved with a bizarre New Age cult. Upon returning home to execute his late mother's will, the professor enters into a long-awaited affair with his beautiful best friend from childhood. Later, the professor uncovers evidence that the members of his father's cult are anticipating a large-scale event that will forever alter the way humankind views the universe. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Wait.... what? by shiftless May 25, 2009 - 12:15 AM PDT
A lot of potential but in the end, pretty terrible as a whole. Beautiful and atmospheric shots would give way to awkward dialog scenes. One or two of the actors were down right awful, but the rest were surprisingly good. And with apparently no budget for creature effects, pretty disappointing on the Lovecraft end of things.

My impression at the end was that they had run out of money and had cobbled together and ending with what they had. And it was confusing and slapdash and felt like the story had a lot missing. Still, it's nice to see gay characters integrated into story lines like this without making it a "gay" movie. Still I would have preferred they cut the "romantic" scenes and concentrate on the horror since it really lacked any cohesion or truly scary moments.

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