A double-bill introduced by Justin Woodman (Lecturer in Social Anthropology, Goldsmith’s College). The Call of Cthulhu (HP Lovecraft Historical Society. 2005. 47mins) is regarded as one of the best filmic translations of Lovecraft’s fiction, and Dagon (Stuart Gordon, 2001. 97mins. Cert 18) transposes the novella “A Shadow Over Innsmouth” to a Spanish fishing village whose inhabitants are in thrall to the dark cult of the fish-god.