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Raven Blackwell said:I saw "She-Creature" as recommended by Thoth and I second his review. Despite the awful name it has a very Lovecraftian feel. An ancient evil with no trace of human compassion and unknowable by human minds, protagnoists that lose SAN and lives, very good period costumes and sets including a crumbling manor and old time sailing vessel, good performances by all the actors, a crumbling tome that possesses knowledge that drives the reader closer to madnes, disturbing dreams and visions, an uncharted isle of horrors and a throughly Lovecraftian series of endings. The movie's versions of 'mermaids' would make an ideal alternate to Deep Ones for a Keeper who wants to surprise those already familiar to the Mythos. Although set in 1905 it'd make a lovely 1890's campaign for those who put a little work into it.
In addition Chaosium's new adventure Tatters of the King is highly recommended too. Now if I can only get ahold of the Call of Cthulhu DVD....
I also might have recommended "She Creature". I saw it a week or two previously on the SciFi channel. Very creepy and atmospheric! 8)