Saturday, November 8, 2008

Gay Cthulhu with a Tori Spelling Twist

So, if election week wasn't surreal enough, how about a gay Cthulhu movie with Tori Spelling?

From the movie's official website:

When young history professor Russ is called upon by his sister to execute their late mother’s estate, he is reunited with his boyhood chum and with his father, the charismatic leader of a New Age cult. While exploring his memories, Russ wanders into a warehouse where hundreds of names are listed on the walls. As he sleeps that night, he dreams of a stone cudgel and awakens to find a stone cudgel in his motel room.

The town drunk warns Russ that it is an instrument of sacrifice, and a young liquor store clerk enlists him to help find her brother, who she believes has been taken by the cult. Russ’ aunt, who has been living in an asylum, tells him that his mother left a message hidden in her house.

Looking for answers in the warehouse, Russ is taken on an unbelievable journey through the small town’s ancient, subterranean origins. When he escapes, he and Mike find the girl’s brother murdered. Russ begins to believe preparations are underway for a mass sacrifice, and engages the attentions of a sexy seductress in order to obtain information. Raped and arrested for murder on the eve of the May Festival, the stakes are raised for Russ — maybe higher than the world has ever known.

In its review of the film, called it “an assured, creepy gay horror flick.”

Pretty decent trailer, too:

No comments: