Herbert West - Re-Animator
In 1921 at the age of thirty-one, H.P. Lovecraft officially became a professional writer by agreeing to pen a short horror serial for the weird-action pulp magazine Home Brew.
The serial was six gruesome tales inspired by Mary Shelly's Frankenstein, and was a
group of stories Lovecraft considered to be his ½poorest work... stuff done to order for a vulgar magazine, and written down to the herd's level.
Contrary to Lovecraft's opinion of his own work, Re-animator is a very enjoyable
macabre tale filled with suspense and dread.
1. From The Dark (13:35)
2. The Plague-Demon (11:57)
3. Six Shots By Moonlight (11:39)
4. The Scream Of The Dead (9:57)
5. The Horror From The Shadows (12:25)
6. The Tomb Legions (13:35)