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H.P. Lovecraft's The Old Ones

USA 2023
produced by
Robert Miano, Chad Ferrin, Will A. Stein (executive), Jerry Irons (executive), John Kahen (executive) for Crappy World Films, Laurelwood Pictures
directed by Chad Ferrin
starring Robert Miano, Benjamin Philip, Timothy Muskatell, Cyril O'Reilly, Brandon Kirk, Jerry Irons, Scott Vogel, Kelli Maroney, Rico E. Anderson, Elli Rahn, Roger Garcia, Silvia Spross, Jon Budinoff, Kurt Bonzell, John Kahen, Paul Blyumkin, Marie Bergenholtz, Will A. Stein, Elina Madison, Bob Sankey, Suzanne Sumner Ferry, Joe Castro, Jeff Leroy
screenplay by Chad Ferrin, based on the writings of H.P. Lovecraft, music by Richard Band, special effects makeup by Joe Castro

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Young Gideon (Benjamin Philip) is on a fishing trip with his father Dan (Scott Vogel) when they fish a body out of the body, a drowned man as the first believe. But against initial appearances the man is very much alive and claims to be Captain Russel Marsh (Robert Miano) of a ship that sunk no less than 93 years ago. Of course, neither father nor son believe him - until Dan is killed by a monster, an "old one" as Russel claims. You see, Russel himself has been sent to the Ocean ground fighting some archaic forces who want to enslave humankind. The good thing is, he can go back in time, right some wrongs and be with his wife (Silvia Spross) again - including the death of Gideon's father -, but he needs the help of Gideon in doing so. So the two meet up with Finley (Roger Garcia), foreman at some insignificant company, and Russel makes him reveal himself as one of the old ones, kills him and rips out his heart. From there on it's a trip to evil prophet Nyarlathotep (Rico E. Anderson), who shows them the way to the old one who can facilitate Russel's trip back to his own time - a way that leads through his own chest. Thing is, Russel and Gideon are pursued by acolytes of the old ones who have captured Finley's soul in a new body (Timothy Muskatell) and who will stop at nothing to stop Russel from altering the timeline ...


Not based on any particular story by H.P. Lovecraft but rather his stories' over-arching mythology, H.P. Lovecraft's The Old Ones nevertheless does the writer justice, getting the general feel of his writings just right - and on a budget, too. And the yarn this movie spins is actually pretty entertaining and nicely carried by its odd central couple. And while Lovecraft might not have been one for irony in his oeuvre, the underlying, very subtle humour in this movie does its story good, making this one pretty cool piece of genre entertainment.


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