Das Necronomicon ist ein fiktives Grimoire, das Anfang des Jahrhunderts von H. P. .. das Liber Ivonis/ Livre d'Eibon/ Book of Eibon (nach Clark Ashton Smith), Evil Dead) und ist der wichtigste Handlungspunkt im dritten Teil der Reihe. Book of the Dead Necronomicon Replik [Tanz der Teufel / Evil Dead 2] 50 cm Dieses fantastische 'Book of the Dead'/ Necronomicon Requisite wurde von. Das Necronomicon ist ein fiktives Grimoire, das Anfang des Jahrhunderts von H. P. .. das Liber Ivonis/ Livre d'Eibon/ Book of Eibon (nach Clark Ashton Smith), Evil Dead) und ist der wichtigste Handlungspunkt im dritten Teil der Reihe.
Having been a regular there for his research, he sets up an appointment, his cab driver told to wait outside. Taking insult when the head monk calls his work "fiction", Lovecraft insists that all his writings are true.
Requesting to read the Alchemical Encyclopedia Vol. III , Lovecraft steals a key from another monk and flees to the cellar where the Necronomicon is being held.
Unknown to him, a monk has seen him. Unlocking the vault where the book is held, the door closes behind Lovecraft unexpectedly, making him drop the key down a grating and into the water below.
As that happens, one of the seals is opened. Lovecraft sits to read and record what he is reading. It's not specified if he sees visions of the future through the book, or if the book contains future accounts.
It's likely the stories will come to pass, and for the Necronomicon have already passed, alluding to the Necronomicon's timelessness, as all the stories take place well beyond the s.
Left a sealed envelope from Jethro De La Poer, he learns of his uncle's tragic death. Upon a boat trip return to New England, a crash on the shore killed Jethro's wife and son.
Distraught, Jethro picked up a copy of the Holy Bible in front of several funeral mourners, tossed it into the fireplace and announced that any god who would take from him is not welcome in his home.
That night, an odd fishman arrives and tells him he is "not alone", then leaves behind an English translation of the Necronomicon.
Using the book, Jethro brings his family back to life. However, they are revived as unholy monsters with green glowing eyes and tentacles in their mouths.
Feeling guilty, he chooses to commit suicide by casting himself off an upper floor balcony. Edward, distraught over a car accident years before which killed his wife, Clara, finds the Necronomicon and performs the ritual to revive her.
That night, Clara arrives and asks to be invited in. Edward apologizes for the accident. Clara begins to regurgitate tentacles from her mouth, and in a panic, Edward pushes her away.
Clara angrily attacks, but Edward, with a sword taken from a nearby wall, cuts her. She turns into a tentacle leading underneath the floor.
Drawn underground from the injury, the creature below destroys the main floor and rises, a gigantic monster with tentacles, one eye and a large mouth.
Edward cuts a rope holding the chandelier, jumps to it and climbs to the ceiling. Edward pushes the chandelier rope free from the pulley, the pointed bottom piercing the monster in the eye, presumably killing it.
Now on the roof, Edward has avoided the same fate that Jethro had years before, and decides to live. Reporter Dale Porkel is suspicious of a string of strange murders in Boston over the past several decades.
Confronting a woman at a local apartment building, he is invited in only to find the entire place is very cold. The woman he has confronted claims to suffer a rare skin condition which has left her sensitive to heat and light.
Demanding the truth or his story runs as-is, Dale is told the story of Emily Osterman's arrival to Boston twenty years before. Emily had supposedly taken residence in the apartment building, and told by Lena, the owner, not to disturb the other tenant, Dr.
Richard Madden, a scientist. Her first night, she is attacked by her sexually abusive stepfather, Sam, who has tracked her down. Running away, the two struggle on the steps leading to the apartment next door.
Madden opens his door, grabs Sam's arm and stabs his hand with a scalpel. He fall down from the stairs and dies. Emily is bandaged up and given medication.
That night, Emily is awakened by the sound of drilling and she see's blood dripping from her ceiling. Heading upstairs, she finds Dr.
Madden and Lena mutilating Sam. She passes out, to awaken later in her bed with a clean ceiling.
Madden assures her that it was all a bad dream. The next day while job hunting, Emily sees two cops with flyers asking for information about the murder of Sam.
Madden, and he comes clean: Though Sam was already dead from the fall, Dr. Madden claims he would have killed Sam regardless for what he had done to Emily.
Madden reveals his copy of the Necronomicon to Emily and explained to her how he learned of it's information on sustaining life. In the greenhouse, Dr.
Madden proves this by injecting a wilted rose with a compound to revive it, claiming that as long as it is kept out of the sun, it will never die.
The two have sex, with a distraught and angry Lena spying on them. Madden, a feeling that has never been returned.
Emily flees, only to return months later. Upon arrival, Emily finds her boss from the diner in Dr. Madden's apartment, struggling to avoid death.
Lena stabs the man in the back, killing him. Lena insists on killing Emily, but Dr. Madden will not allow it, the two struggled destroying lab equipment in the process.
The resulting fire injures Dr. Madden severely, and without his fresh injection of pure spinal fluid, feels no pain as his body disintegrates before he dies.
Lena shoots Emily with a shotgun in revenge. Emily announces her pregnancy, and Lena, feeling a loyalty to Dr.
Dale suspects the woman he's talking to is not Emily's daughter, but Emily herself, having contracted a disease from Dr.
Emily reveals he is right, and that she is still pregnant, hoping one day that her baby may be born. She also reveals that she has continued murdering for spinal fluid, and chooses to keep a supply stockpiled.
Dale realizes his coffee has been drugged as an aged Lena approaches him, brandishing a syringe. During a pursuit of a suspect known as "the Butcher", two police officers, Paul and Sarah of the Philadelphia Police Department, are arguing over their failed relationship and the coming baby.
The argument leads to a crash, flipping the cruiser upside down. Paul, having unbuckled his seat belt in the argument, is knocked out and dragged off by an unseen person.
Sarah unbuckles herself, breaks the window and exits the vehicle. Unable to call for backup, she follows a blood trail alone.
Inside the old warehouse, Sarah follows as Paul is taken down a service elevator. Sarah trips on a rope and falls through to the floor, saved from impact by the rope around her ankle.
The rope breaks a second after. As she gets up, she finds a man in glasses, Harold Benedict. Insisting he is merely the landlord of the warehouse and the Butcher is a tenant, he offers to lead her to him.
Downstairs, the two are shot at by Mrs. Benedict, a blind old woman. A man struggles to save his family from the strange and deadly occurrences in the castle they've inherited.
Based on the H. Lovecraft story of the same name, a folklorist investigates reports of unusual creatures in Vermont only to uncover more than he bargained for.
A man sells his soul to the devil in order to gain superpowers and avenge the brutal death of his girlfriend. When he realizes that the price is the soul of his new love interest, he turns on the devil.
An ordinary teenage boy discovers his family is part of a gruesome orgy cult for the social elite. A dedicated student at a medical college and his girlfriend become involved in bizarre experiments centering around the re-animation of dead tissue when an odd new student arrives on campus.
Having recently witnessed the horrific results of a top secret project to bring the dead back to life, a distraught youth performs the operation on his girlfriend after she's killed in a motorcycle accident.
Lovecraft, the well-known horror writer, is looking in the late thirties after the book 'Necronomicon'.
He finds it guarded by monks in an old library. He then copies some stories from it, which unfold for our eyes- and his Necronomicon is a horror anthology, loosely based on the works of H.
Lovecraft regular and B-movie icon Jeffrey Combs gets to perform as Lovecraft himself in the wraparound story for this movie, which involves Lovecraft reading stories from the 'Necronomicon' inside a library.
The first story, titled "The Drowned" follows the story of a house in which a man resurrected his dead wife and son with the help of the Necronomicon.
This tale is directed by Christophe Gans, the same man that went on to direct the French horror hit "Brotherhood of the Wolf".
This tale is well directed, Christophe manages to create the right atmosphere for the house, and the special effects are surprisingly well executed, especially upon the appearance of the demon god towards the end.
Surprisingly, it is the story that lets this tale down. After a delightful sequence in which we see an elderly man, consumed by the loss of his family, throw his bible into the fire and then resurrect his family with the Necronomicon; the tale is unable to suitably follow it up, and the ending disappoints as it doesn't go anywhere; it doesn't have a point to it and it leaves it feeling rather empty.
The second tale is without doubt the best of the three and is worth the film's running time on it's own.
This tale, titled "The Cold" and based on the Lovecraft story "Cool Air" follows the story of a reporter that is sent to a woman's house to investigate a series of murders.
The lady of the house tells her story of how the murders occurred and through this story, a great sense of mystery and intrigue is built up and it makes you want to find out what the truth is behind the events.
Unlike the first tale, this tale is not skilfully directed, and also unlike the first tale; it has a story that is more than enough to carry it despite this.
This tale also features a predictable, but non the less satisfying twist at it's conclusion. The third and final tale of the three, titled "Whispers", is the darkest of the bunch.
This tale is about a policewoman that follows a criminal, known as "The Butcher" into an old abandoned house. This story is directed by the accomplished horror director; Brian Yuzna, whom horror fans will recognise instantly as the producer of the horror classic "Re-Animator" and the underrated "From Beyond", as well as the director of both the Re-Animator sequels, and the under acclaimed horror gem; "Return of the Living Dead part 3".
His dark and repulsive style is shown abundantly in this tale. Despite its dark and creepiness, this is, unfortunately, the weakest of the three tales.
This is a shame because it has a great set up, and it does feature some really nice moments, such as the brain dead cop and the atmospheric 'cave'.
This tale is also the goriest and most horrifying of the three, and its lack of a coherent plot is most definitely its downfall. The film is finished off with the conclusion to the wraparound tale, which stars Jeffrey Combs.
The conclusion feels rather rushed, and is something of a rip-off of the ending of the first tale. This is a shame because the film ends on a limp note rather than an exciting one, and it therefore doesn't leave a good taste in the viewer's mouth.
Necronomicon is not essential viewing, or even recommended viewing; but if you just want a film that will entertain you for 90 minutes, then you could do a lot worse.
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