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Best of 2014 HPLFF Short Films

Did you miss seeing some of the short films at the 2014 H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival? Just want to relive the best moments? Now you can! We collected the best shorts from the 19th Annual festival on this deluxe, limited edition DVD! Available now on Amazon and

From music videos to claymation, superheroes to sound waves, and dreams to nightmares, this collection is a witch's brew for a very spooky night. Both adaptations of Lovecraft and original tales inspired by his world, these films even feature his Old Ones, like Azathoth and Nyarlathotep. 


  • "Black Sugar" dir. Hank Friedmann A group of teenagers experiment with a drug that has side effects like no other. 

  • "The Celebrant" dir. Brian Lillie An actor and a sound engineer wake up something hidden in the waves. 

  • "Dread Sign" dir. Thomas Nicol This 2014 festival bumper explains a lot about our cult-like audience. 

  • "Eyes in The Dark" dir. Alex White An explorer searching for truth discovers a secret beyond human comprehension. 

  • "I Am Not Samuel Krohm" dir. Sébastien Chantal A man struggles with a case of mistaken identity, while dark forces are in pursuit. 

  • "Ikelos Below" dir. Thomas Nicol A man is beset by troubling nightmares, but is the danger only in his dreams? 

  • "No Turning Back" dir. HPLHS Motion Pictures A Rock Opera music video adaptation of Lovecraft's "Dreams in The Witch House." 

  • "The Somnaphage" dir. Monsieur Soeur Dreaming is more than you think. Made in 72 hours for the Lovecraft Under The Gun competition. 

  • "There's An Octopus in Your Head" dir. Ari Grabb The pancake master looks for meaning in an uncaring universe. 

  • "The Void" dir. Eric Schwartz Two young girls look for adventure, but bite off more than they can chew. 

  • "Vomica" dir. Andy Green During WWII, British commandos unearth ancient evil in a crypt in Occupied France. 

  • Trailers for Feed The Light (2014 Best Feature), Exile (2014 Audience Choice), and The Dreamlands.

Runtime approximately 120 minutes. 
NTSC Region 0, progressive.