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He seems... very... lovely.

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Nice add. 👌

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The Whisperer in Darkness is a novella by H. P. Lovecraft. Written February-September 1930, it was first published in Weird Tales, August 1931. Similar to "The Colour Out of Space" (1927), it is a blend of horror and science fiction.

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Novel by H. P. Lovecraft

The story follows Albert Wilmarth, a professor at Arkham University, who becomes embroiled in a mystery involving strange occurrences in rural Vermont. He is contacted by Henry Akeley, a farmer who claims to have discovered evidence of extraterrestrial beings, known as the Mi-Go, who inhabit the hills and are involved in bizarre activities, including mining a mysterious metal.

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Akeley claims to have evidence of extraterrestrial beings and their human allies. As the correspondence unfolds, Wilmarth's skepticism transforms into a mix of panic and enthusiasm, leading him to visit Akeley, who appears to be hiding critical information.

Akeley's increasingly erratic behavior and unsettling revelations about these beings lead Wilmarth to confront terrifying truths about the universe and humanity's place within it

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The Whisperer in Darkness (2011) - Independent horror film directed by Sean Branney, produced by Andrew Leman and David Robertson, and distributed by the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society.

THE WHISPERER IN DARKNESS I Short Film I Festival selections: Kosice International Film Festival 2023, Prague International Film Awards 2023 Cast: Gabriela Topolewska- Annabelle Wilmarth Jakub Jakubczak- Henry Wentworth Akeley Music by Furda Band

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The Monument Mythos is a notable analog horror series created by MISTER MANTICORE. The series is set in a fictional alternate history, exploring themes of mythology and societal fears through the lens of various monuments. The series weaves together various episodes that explore the dark and mysterious aspects of well-known monuments. Each episode often features a different monument, presenting a fictionalized account that intertwines historical events with horror elements. For instance, the first season includes episodes like "Liberty Lurker," which delves into the Statue of Liberty's lore

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N. Episodes: 39 (2 Season) | Status: Ongoing

The second season further develops the intricate world of The Monument Mythos, revealing more details about the mysterious forces at play behind the monuments with an approach closer to SiFi than Horror.

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Night Mind - The Monument Mythos: Alternate Timeline of Terrors (video commentary)

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I've posted on a similar group, but it was abandoned, and since it was on another instance, I've decided to try one myself. I've also asked for other opinions here:


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The Mandela Catalogue is a prominent analog horror web series created by Alex Kister, first released on June 9, 2021. Set in the fictional Mandela County, Wisconsin, the series explores themes of identity, psychological horror, and the invasion of demonic entities known as "Alternates." These shape-shifting beings aim to psychologically torment their victims, ultimately seeking to assume their identities as doppelgängers. The series is heavily infused with biblical allusions, suggesting that these Alternates are akin to demons, with the archangel Gabriel depicted as a malevolent figure

N. Episodes: 15 (5 Season) | Status: Ongoing

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Wendigoon - The Total Nightmare of the Mandela Catalogue (Video Commentary and explanation)

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Analog horror can be seen as a descendant of creepypasta and found footage films. It draws inspiration from earlier works like The Blair Witch Project and The Ring, which utilized similar themes of manipulated media and unsettling narratives. The genre gained traction with the success of Local 58, No Through Road, and Gemini Home Entertainment. It is characterized by its use of low-fidelity visuals, cryptic messages, and a nostalgic aesthetic reminiscent of late 20th-century television and analog media, often set between the 1960s and 1990s

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indeed. I can't find anything better so far. 💁‍♂️

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Climb the mountain while you make friends. A multiplayer 3D platformer playground where you do whatever you feel like. You can climb the mountain, do activities around the Island or just chill out and meet new friends.

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A lost soul wanders through a whimsical, eerie pop-up book like amusement park. Dive into fun-filled stages, encounter unique characters, fend off spirit erosion, and uncover the park's hidden secrets. The enchanting yet dark Illusion Carnival begins now.

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Not the first conflicted review i read about this book. What didn't work for you?

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Pitch Canker is an artist known for their distinctive style that blends illustration, design, and writing, aiming to evoke a sense of universal dread. The artist employs sharp contrasts, unique compositions, and a vivid color palette to create works that often explore themes of uncanny violence and reflection of the self.



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Once a year, scoutmaster Tim Riggs leads a troop of boys into the Canadian wilderness for a three-day camping trip; a tradition as comforting and reliable as a good ghost story and a roaring bonfire. But when an unexpected intruder -- shockingly thin, disturbingly pale, and voraciously hungry -- stumbles upon their campsite, Tim and the boys are exposed to something far more frightening than any tale of terror. The human carrier of a bioengineered nightmare. An inexplicable horror that spreads faster than fear. A harrowing struggle for survival that will pit the troop against the elements, the infected ... and one another.


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The Troop By Nick Cutter Book Review & Reaction | Definitely Not For The Faint of Heart! (video)

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Here's the thing: I'm on lemmy.world, and there's already a community about Analog Horror called "[email protected]." I've posted there frequently over the past year. However, subscriber and vote engagement are quite low (ofk is not about the likes but i enjoy to have a minimum ammount of people checking the comunity posts to discuss a bit in the comment). Also the community mod seems to not be around anymore. Now I had a similar situation with another horror group before and since I've started my version on lemmy.world I was indeed able to find a small but active group of subscribers. Should I do the same? Would you be interested in this?


Analog horror is a subgenre of horror fiction and an offshoot of the found footage film genre, said to have originated online during the late 2000s and early 2010s with web series such as No Through Road, Local 58, Gemini Home Entertainment, and Marble Hornet.


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I've find a fan-made edited version online who cut away the whole elf-romance arc and it feels way better to watch.

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"Is that a big glowing T-Rex, or are you just happy to see me?"

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