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 "poorest 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.
This CD is insanely creepy. Comb's love for Re-animator comes through once again and he gives and outstanding performance. This even freaked out a couple of my friends when I played it for them. This one is for the collection and greatly recomended for the Lovecraft fan, the Jeffery Combs fan, and the Re-animator fan.
Running time approximately 60 minutes.