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  • Michael Carnright on

    Catching up on all the stores loving it! The tall beavers in “The Street” were beaver hats ?

  • Michael Carnright on

    Enjoying catching up on this podcast. Concerning “The Street” the street collapsing on the bad guys reminds me of the poem “The One Hoss Shay” By Oliver Wendell Holmes. But Lovecraft makes much better use of this 😀

  • Amy Cueto on

    I got a two week prescreening to Aquaman for being an Amazon prime member so got to see a call out to our favorite author. In the beginning of the movie they’ll do a close up on a snow globe on top of books. The book on top made me giddy! And the story they chose fit perfectly to the premise of the movie. And there’s also a creature. Just wanted you to know. Have fun it’s a cheesy fun movie!!!!

  • emmet on

    will you be doing anymore of the free readings? i really enjoyed the few you had up would subscribe but alas ive no bank account or credit card

  • Jim Billbrough on

    Hello C&C, will you guys be performing at the 2019 NecronomiCon in Providence?
    Just saw a Facebook post about tickets gong on sale on January 25.

  • Nils Henriksson on

    Hi chris and Chad. I really enjoy your podcast and the readings are great. I loved the bits that Andrew Leman read for the episodes on the Dunwitch Horror. Its one of my favorite lovecraft stories and it would be fantastic to hear a full reasing of it. Is that something that you have considered doing? Keep up the work! /Nils in Sweden

  • John W on

    If you haven’t already started making this episode yet there is a complete reading of:
    In Amundsen’s Tent by John Martin Leahy narrated by Edward E. French
    available over on YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFIyl5uDkLU&t=2s

    He seems like a good guy, with some great readings of pulp, horror, mystery, science fiction and classic stories. I think the existing recording would make for great clips, but I bet he’d would be up for working with you guys on some originals.

    He’s covered plenty of Lovecraft and he’s working in the film industry in makeup.

  • Jesper Hauerslev on

    Hi guys, big fan of your podcast. How come it’s not available via Spotify though? 🙁

  • hppodcraft on

    Recent changes to wordpress have messed up our feed. We’re looking into it!

  • Penny on

    Hello Gents – I’ve recently found your podcast and I’m enjoying it. I’m looking into the older releases to get some more info on Lovecraft himself. However, I have a question I hoped you could help me with. Specifically, I’m not sure if I can identify “Lovecraftian” horror – per se. I recently read The Monstrumologist (Rick Yancey 2009) and it seemed like the kind of fiction Lovecraft would write. However, it didn’t feel quite right. Is this more weird fiction than Lovecraftian horror? I loved the Gothic monster edge, but it didn’t have the cosmic element tied to it. I’m I being a Lovecraft snob?

  • D on

    Just a quick line, I can’t seem to find you guys on the Podcast Addict app for some reason.

  • Tony Ciak on

    I was surprised when my pod catcher got an adult cast from The Weird Tales Podcast—-“One Small, Valuable Thing, by Chad Fifer

  • Rion on

    Hey Guys,

    We’re a group of filmmakers in Denver who are trying to expand our fan base and try to do adaptions of HPL stories or our own set within his universe. We’re trying to expand our fan base through grass roots and would ultimately like to build a platform where fans could submit ideas and we could in cooperate them into films.

    I was curious if it’d be possible for you guys to give us a shout out on social media just to draw attention to our channel? We’re growing and just would like a little help from bigger fish in the pond.

    We’re hoping to build our YT platform (youtube.com/creepytvchannel) as a portfolio for a future pitch at a feature funding.

    We have some stickers of our brand (on Instagram we are “creepy_tv_channel” and if you’d like a few, we’d love to send some to you guys.

    If not, no worries!

    Rion Smith
    Creepy TV, Owner

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