The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu

The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu

Jeff, a down on his luck office worker finds out he is the last living relative of horror novelist H.P. Lovecraft. What he doesn't know is that Lovecraft's monsters are real and will soon threaten the very existence of mankind. Jeff and his best friend Charlie are forced to embark on a perilous adventure and they enlist the help of high school acquaintance, Paul, a self proclaimed Lovecraft specialist. Together the three unlikely heroes must protect an alien relic and prevent the release of an acient evil, known as Cthulhu.

Jeff is an ordinary guy that is stuck at a dead end job with a boring life, but when a strange old man gives him an Ancient relic and tells him that he is the last bloodline of H.P. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Surajit Kumar M (mx) wrote: A superb movie...Recommended...Seldom a movie based on the social problems made so brilliantly...Must watch!!

Tyler B (ag) wrote: Amazing, intense, terrifying, and just downright emotional.

Heather M (ru) wrote: I really liked this boy meets girl story. The circumstances in which they meet are not typical, but the ending is pretty standard and good.

Leigh H (de) wrote: one of the best doco's i've seen this year.. was absolutely hooked on every frame.. he had me at ODB!

Matt G (jp) wrote: Beckett's sole foray into the film medium is a peculiar little work about a paranoid man, portrayed by Buster Keaton, who is determined to elude the sight of an omnipresent eye. Of course, on a philosophical level, there's more going on (the eye may be that of the man himself, or even the lens of the camera), but the mere sight of a cloaked Buster Keaton scurrying through a desolate urban landscape will be enough for some. The absolute silence of the film becomes almost oppressive after a short while, as does the camera, which doggedly pursues Keaton no matter where he goes, but this makes the viewing experience all the more unique.

Steve D (ru) wrote: Clever film, good acting, but wrong message.

Aaron A (mx) wrote: This guy likes fighting while on fire.

Frances H (mx) wrote: Too long and plodding in some areas, with little attempt at character development, the best of which is Michael Wincott's bad guy. Depardieu doesn't have the charisma and persuasiveness of Columbus and anyone less like the very Spanish and religious fanatic warrior queen Isabella than weaver I can't imagine.Normally I like Ridley Scott's work, but this one is far from his best. Not to mention, Scott makes Columbus out to be a far better man than he was--trying to build a very idealistic New World.

Danny L (ca) wrote: A true classic in the C&D Vault

James H (jp) wrote: Jules Dassin?s excellent direction and the tense atmosphere make this a fine film noir well worth watching. Good acting by everyone in the cast. Dark and brooding, great pace.Excellent cinematography and use of light.

Stephanie R (es) wrote: I absolutely love this movie...Kate gives an outstanding performance: her character, Alice, is a complex one thanks to the script and her acting skills. Alice is at times pitiable, enviable, charming, beautiful, and shy. What really struck me the hardest about this film is it's utter realism and portrayals of honesty.

stanley m (de) wrote: This movie is a very great example of the indigenous people and their customs as well as their beliefs. As I watched this movie I began to recognize that the birth was taking place in the hospital. This kind of took me by surprise, due to the thought of this being a modern practice. Along with this are other interesting things that stuck out to me such as, the smoking of cigarettes by women, the card playing, the pool room, and the forty ounces that they were drinking. Singing and chanting were done from the start of this movie until the end. This may be part of their culture as well knowing that we see it at death, while the young boys were being initiated, the calling of the whales and a part of the school program. This society is male dominated without a doubt. There were many times when I felt bad for Paikea just because she was not accepted because of the belief they held. Most of the women had the roles of taking care of the house. Touching on the nose must be a way of greeting one another, which proves effective when the whales were on the shore. The lessons of life were passed down through oral communication, which the elder of the community taught the young boys, "the old ways". At the end of this movie the costumes, full face tattoos, and other tattoos, was all a part of the celebration along with more singing and chanting. It was wonderful to see the redemption given to Paikea by her ancestors and may be the start of a new culture in their belief. I was surprised to hear the grandmother speak of divorce and never considered that from these people. This is a great movie overall and one that I enjoyed.

Zach M (ru) wrote: This was not the worst thing Jean Claude Van Damme has done.Weird to see Mickey Rourke in this film considering that Dennis Rodman was a co-star.Had fun things but as a whole it is just mediocre.