Horror Animation: UK TV Show – Countdown – reveals the gruesome, flesh shredding face of H.P. Lovecraft’s Mythos with a quivering nod to Carpenter’s The Thing

Mythos Horror Meets Countdown

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Short and delightfully “on the money” in regards to Carpenter’s The Thing – a concept that blends seamlessly like thrashing tentacles into the nightmare polymorphic forms of H.P.Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos.

John Carpenter The Thing Movie #poster 1982 Horror film with nod to H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos #wallpaper

Movie poster for John Carpenter The Thing (1982) – click full size wallpaper

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When the Cthulhu Mythos meets Cyberpunk:

Edge - a sci-fi dark fantasy novel by British author David J Rodger

Available in paperback or kindle

Paperback : LULU & Amazon Kindle: US ($), UK (£), DE (Euro)
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Recently given 5 star review: Brilliant piece of Sci-Fi literature

EDGE { novel } In the near future, a prolific inventor is close to burn out. Desperate for a break he grabs an opportunity to go snowboarding in New Zealand, thinking it will refresh his mind and spirit. But a malign and alien force is oozing back into our reality, older than humankind and growing strong as it emerges after centuries of absence. Zen Dow snowboarding and ski resort, perched in the foothills of the volcanic mountain Ruapehu, is about to experience mind-shredding consequences as one of the Great Old Ones returns. On the other side of the world, an unscrupulous concept scout scrambles onto the trail of a new technology that has vanished from the corporate R&D labs. Quickly out of his depth, it becomes a race to track down the missing components before competing corporate agents kill him. David J Rodger’s trademark relentless narrative pace is here in palm-sweating abundance, delivered in a tense action-packed novel that blends corporate espionage, with a creeping, spine-chilling horror.

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