A solid biographical documentary with worthy commentators providing compelling insight into both Lovecraft's life and writing, while not shying away from the shortcomings of either. There are a lot of really cheesy Lovecraft documentaries out there, but fans should really seek this one out.
Insightful view on H.P. Lovecraft's body of work as well as the life itself, that was filled with anxiety and alienation. But, when you have speakers such as Guillermo del Toro, John Carpenter and Stuart Gordon, you're left wanting to hear more about author's influence on film rather than general biography and bibliography. So, it's no surprise that few brief seconds about Xenomorphs are the highlight of this film.