No, really. October 30th. The Call of Cthulhu and The Whisperer In Darkness. In my opinion, The HPL Historical Society have produced easily the two best straight cinematic adaptations of HPL’s stories — and they’re also easily in the top 20 of Lovecraftian movies, period. The conceit of both is that they were filmed using the same techniques as were common during the years in which the stories were written. That’s why Call of Cthulhu is a silent movie, while Whisperer in Darkness goes for a 1930s monster movie feel. If you haven’t seen these yet, well, ten bucks a pop is reasonable.