Join us for eldritch discussions and some of the best cinematic interpretations of the works of H. P. Lovecraft! An art show, too!

An event sure to satisfy the most haunted yearnings of the cosmically enslaved: from classic adaptations to current filmic achievements in the weird, this is the place to slake the thirst for all things unknown and unknowable… Books, Magazines, Prints, DVDs and more will be available for purchase!_____________________________________________________________


http://blog.jasunni.com/2011/07/17/release-hplsam-lovecrafts-visions/~~MORE INFO~~*SEATTLE ART MUSEUM: http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/calendar/eventDetail.asp?eventID=21934&month=9&day=7&year=2011&sxID&WHEN*SCARECROW VIDEO BLOG:http://www.scarecrow.com/40/9130/save-the-date-some-of-falls-film-festivals-and-movie-events.html*FACEBOOK PAGE (SHARE/LIKE US!):http://www.facebook.com/LovecraftsVisionsSAM________________________________***EVENTS***=================* ART SHOW: Curated by DAVID C. VERBA (http://davidcverba.com/index.html) and featuring works fromVerba and BRYAN K. WARD (http://www.bryankentward.com/ )!*=================*VENDORS!* (Available All Weekend)~Sigh Co Graphics (http://sighco.com/)~Dark Discoveries Publications (http://www.DarkDiscoveries.com/)~JaSunni Productions, LLC (http://www.JaSunni.com/)~H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society (http://cthulhulives.org/)~Creepycult (http://www.etsy.com/shop/creepycult?ref=pr_shop_more)~Artist Nick Gucker (http://www.nickthehat.com/)~Strange Aeons Magazine (http://www.strange-aeons.com/)~Pagan Publishing (http://www.tccorp.com/site09/tccorp_home.html)~The Dreaming Comics & Games (http://www.thedreamingcomicsandgames.com/#)____________________________________***SPECIAL GUESTS****S. T. JOSHI: THE world authority on Lovecraft and his works is your host (http://www.stjoshi.org/)*GREG BEAR: Speculative Fiction author extraordinaire joins the fray with thought-provoking insights (http://www.gregbear.com/)*MARC LAIDLAW: Esteemed writer of Science Fiction (http://marclaidlaw.com/)*SEAN BRANNEY: Director of the acclaimed The Whisperer in Darkness (http://www.cthulhulives.org/)*ANDREW LEMAN: Filmmaker (http://www.cthulhulives.org/Bios/bioAHL.html)*DIANE O’BANNON (Tentative): Wife of film legend Dan O’Bannon (Return of the Living Dead; Alien)*JASON V BROCK: Filmmaker and Writer with an eye for the macabre (http://www.JaSunni.com/)*WILLIAM F. NOLAN: Genre writing legend, author of Logan’s Run, and screenwriter for Trilogy of Terror and Burnt Offerings!____________________________________***FILM SCHEDULE***================FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th (Doors open at 4PM)*4:30-6 p.m.: The Haunted Palace (AIP — 1963; 87 minutes)*6-8 p.m.: Dinner break*8-11 p.m.: Re-Animator (Holland Releasing — 1985; 85 minutes); Die Farbe (HPLHS — 2011; 90 minutes)===================================================SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8th (Doors open at 11AM)*12 noon-1:30 p.m.: H. P. Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown (Frank Woodward/Wyrd — 2009; 90 minutes)**1:30-2:30 p.m.: PANEL: “H. P. Lovecraft’s Life, Work, and Influence” (FEATURING: S. T. Joshi [Moderator], Jason V Brock, David Verba, Marc Laidlaw, Greg Bear)***2:30-4 p.m.: The Dunwich Horror (AIP — 1970; 90 minutes)*4-6 p.m.: The Whisperer in Darkness (HPLHS — 2010; 100 minutes)*6-8 p.m.: Dinner break**8-9 p.m.: PANEL: “Lovecraft in Film” (FEATURING: Sean Branney, Andrew Leman, Marc Laidlaw, William F. Nolan, Justin Giallo, Jason V Brock [Moderator])***9-11 p.m.: Out of Mind (CBC — 1998; 56 minutes); Cool Air (Bryan Moore — 1999; 44 minutes)==============================SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9th (Doors open at 11AM)*12 noon-2 p.m.: The Music of Erich Zann (John Strysik — 1981; 17 minutes); Night of the Demon (Columbia Pictures — 1957; 95 minutes)*2-4 p.m.: The Ancestor (Educational Screening of Director’s WORKPRINT Cut [Unscreened Previously] of Dan O’Bannon’s The Resurrected, 1992; 120 minutes); Introduced by Jason V Brock*4-6 p.m.: The Last Wave (Janus Films — 1977; 106 minutes)*6-8 p.m.: Dinner break*8-11 p.m.: The Call of Cthulhu (HPLHS — 2005; 47 minutes); Curse of the Crimson Altar (MGM — 1968; 89 minutes)_____________________________________*** TICKET PRICES******NOTE: Individual shows WILL BE available for cash or debit/credit card purchase at SAM (near the Auditorium): $6.00/film***~All day Friday: $10.00~All day Saturday: $20.00~All day Sunday: $20.00~All weekend: $45.00Tickets Available Here:Venerable Seattle-area retailer SCARECROW VIDEO (Walk-in ticket sales),

At the door of the Seattle Art Museum,

OROnline at BROWN PAPER TICKETS:http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/188192



***Note: When purchasing tickets online at BROWN PAPER TICKETS, you may purchase single-day passes or weekend passes.***

***There will also be single-showing tickets available at the door of the Seattle Art Museum.***

***SCARECROW Video in Seattle is SELLING TICKETS NOW!***




***TO PURCHASE A VENDOR TABLE – There will be a select number of vendors: please direct queries to Jason@jasunni.com***



  • When: FRIDAY, Oct 07, 2011 (4:00 PM to 12:00 AM); SATURDAY, Oct 08 (11:00 AM to 12:00 AM); SUNDAY, Oct 09 (11:00 AM to 12:00 AM)
  • Where: Seattle Art Museum, 1300 First Avenue, Seattle, WA


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