Friday, March 13, 2009

Dagon (2001)

Stuart Gordon's film, Dagon, primarily follows the storyline of Lovecraft's "The Shadow Over Innsmouth", as well as another of his stories entitled "Dagon".

Ezra Godden, Francisco Rabal, Raquel Moreno, Macarena Gomez


C. Schjoth said...

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mhr-kara said...

i recently discovered your blog.

didn't think anyone else paid attention to set designs/architecture/etc in films. :D

Chef Cthulhu said...

LOL...I just re-read the story and spoke about it (briefly) in my last blogpost.

Another film I need to see...and whoever that priestess is, those tentacle legs are

micha mae said...

c. schjoth, i took a quick glance at your blog. your photographs are beautiful. i'll be sure to go back + read the posts as well. can't wait to see your future posts.

mhr-kara, thanks for discovering us + stopping by anytime. your always welcome.

chef cthulhu, thanks so much for mentioning obscure hollow on your blog. i hope you enjoy dagon, when you get the chance to see it.

The Vicar of VHS said...

I love this movie--I really think it's one of the better/most faithful Lovecraft adaptations out there. Sure, it's not as much fun as Re-Animator, but then, what is? :)

micha mae said...

yeah vicar, dagon is one of my personal favorites, too. stuart gordon has a real knack for adapting lovecraft... and when you add jeffrey combs to the gordon/lovecraft combo, amazing things happen.

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