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Eldritch Animation (A couple of great animated Lovecraft shorts)
Lovecraft Art (on - more here.
Innsmouth Free Press (Great Blog)
The Arkhams (Shit Kicking Lovecraftian Psychobilly Insanity)
Yog-Blogsoth (Cool Lovecraft Bestiary)
Cthulhu Podcast (Readings from HP's works and other Authors)
Tentaclii (Very active Lovecraft related Blog)
Lovecraft Obsession (Mythos related Interviews)
Arkham Bazaar (Ye olde shoppe for all your Mythos needs)
Propnomicon (Curious devices and forbidden artifacts)
The Lovecraftsman (Mythos news blog)
Survivor Films (makers of Arkham Sanitarium)
Lovecraft eZine (monthly online magazine devoted to Lovecraftian horror Fiction)
Unfilmable (Excellent blog on Lovecraft in the movies)
19 Nocturne Boulevard (Extremely Well made Horror/Sci Audio Drama - some great Lovecraft Adaptations)
The Dagons (Lovecraft Inspired band - psychedelic sounds with haunting vocals straight outta R'lyeh!)
Jason Thompson (Amazing comic adaptions of Lovecraft stories)
News from Pnakotus (Lovecraftian and Cthulhu-related news Podcast with Chris Lackey and Paul Maclean.)


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The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets are a rock band that are dedicated to worshiping HP Lovecraft's creations. They have a reputation for entrancing and inciting their live audiences with their melodic blend of energetic punk and rock, while wearing graphic costumes (think thrift shop GWAR but in a good way)that help bring their good-naturedly macabre songs to life. Song titles include 'Shoggoths Away', 'Going Down to Dunwich' and 'The Innsmouth Look''.


The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Logo
Amazing weekly episode podcast hosed by Chris Lackey and Chad Fifer. Each episode they discuss a specific H.P. Lovecraft story – what it's about, how it reads, why it may have been written and what other works of art it's influenced. They regularly have talented guest readers (Robert M Price has been on it and director Andrew Leman) as well as contributing composers for their music sections. Their site also boasts a forum plus a shop for their eldritch gear.

Yog-Sothoth Forums
Yog-Sothoth Forums

Excellent forum that covers mostly the RPG but also has excellent sub-forums for the films and books.

The HP Lovecraft Historical Society
The pulse of all thing Lovecraftian in these modern times. They produce and create more eldritch stuff than you can shake an Elder Sign at...

The HP Lovecraft Historical Society

The H.P. Lovecraft Archive
Once a great resource for all things Lovecraft though not updated too much these days - it still has useful sections on: