The 2011 film The Whisperer in Darkness, distributed by the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society, is perhaps…no wait, to Hell with ‘perhaps’… the film simply IS the most beautiful adaptation ever made of a Lovecraft story. The film had it’s Vermont premier at White River Junction in support of flood relief efforts following Hurricane Irene. Many of the miniatures used in the film are now housed at White River Junction’s own Main Street Museum. These creations by the team of Fred Mancheto (Lead Miniatures Artist), Andrew Leman, and Jason Voss are wonderful works of art in and of themselves. We thank the Main Street Museum for this opportunity to share them with you.
Movie trailer for The Whisperer in Darkness. Elements relevant to the miniatures make their appearance in the trailer at the following times. A Mi-Go appears at times 2:14 and 3:10. The Masterson barn appears at times 2:24 and 2:35. Round Mountain appears at time 0.55.
Mi-Go on Support Card
Round Mountain: Granite Cliffs
Round Mountain: Standing Stones