H. P. Lovecraft's The Dunwich Horror and Other Stories

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Synonyms: H.P. Lovecraft no Dunwich Horror Sonota no Monogatari
Japanese: H・P・ラヴクラフトのダニッチ・ホラー その他の物語

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Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 28, 2007
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Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Novel
Genres: HorrorHorror
Duration: 46 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 6.161 (scored by 607607 users)
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Ranked: #73012
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Popularity: #7790
Members: 2,651
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This anime is a compilation of three Lovecraft's works: The Picture in the House, The Dunwich Horror and The Festival.

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Lovecraft, H. P.
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Mar 31, 2013
Cakesmell (All reviews)
Well since there has yet to have been a review written about this I guess I'll take a shot at it.

Story:
all three of the stories are written by one of the most lauded horror writers of all time, H.P Lovecraft. So the stories are automatically good, well the source material is atleast. As a result of the very, very, VERY limited animation it makes it hard sometimes to follow the story, and for someone who has never read anything by Lovecraft it may not be very enjoyable. I give the story 9/10 because they are based off of masterpieces (though I may be biased)

Art:
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Oct 9, 2019
ktulu007 (All reviews)
Back in 2007 Toei animation decided to make a short OVA based on some short stories by well known racist Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Lovecraftian horror is quite tricky to pull off. Simply because so much of it relies on stoking the audience's imagination and adaptations usually make the mistake of showing too much of the ancient ones and other Stygian creatures. Let's see how Toei handled it. 

Story:

There are three short Lovecraft stories in the OVA. We start with The Picture in the House, move to Dunwich and end with The Festival. If you're familiar with Lovecraft's work, you know what kind of content to expect. 

The read more
Apr 19, 2015
nanayas (All reviews)
I've decided to review this since there seems to be only one other review for it on MAL and I have some time on my hands after watching this. But this is my first MAL review so beware!

The first and most crucial thing to note when reviewing this, is that it is definately not an anime in the conventional sense, to quote:
"This is a collection of 3 stories from the influential horror author, H.P. Lovecraft, namely 'The Dunwich Horror', 'The Picture in the House' and 'The Festival'. Done in claymation, and directed by Ryo Shinagawa as part of the Ga-nime series.

Ga-nime (画ニメ, Ga-nime?), a portmanteau read more
Apr 26, 2017
AniMetalV1KIng (All reviews)
This short film is a collection of three stories written by the infamous H. P. Lovecraft who is considered to be the founder of modern horror. Even though this film is not done in the way we know anime to be made, Toei Animation managed to pull off a decent film using a very experimental form of stop animation that somehow fits the tone of Lovecraft's work.

The designs for the puppets strangely reminded me of Tim Burton's adaptation of the Roald Dahl children's book, James And The Giant Peach (minus the live action aspect). So, if you happen to be a fan of that movie read more

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