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07 Oct, 2006

HP Lovecraft Film Festival 2006 – Day one

Posted by: Dave In: Film |HPL |Oregon

After the introduction to the festival from founder, Andrew Migliore and a brief chat with author, Ramsey Campbell, Robert Price gave the Lovecraftian blessing while wearing a yellow mitre adorned with strange symbols while he sported an ear-to-ear, fully-bearded grin.

We all opted to catch both block one and block two of the short films.  According to the schedule there are several more blocks to come.  There are a few stand-out films in the shorts I’ve seen so far, however, I will review them in a future post.

It’s after midnight, pacific time, which means it feels like after 2am to me.  Time for bed.

Ia Ia…bed-bugs ftaghn.

-Dave

P.S. – we went to Cannon Beach today and saw Haystack Rock.  Just as beautiful as last year. I’ll have some pictures to post to out Flickr account sometime tomorrow.

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