Great production value
That it's totally unabridged and you can drink in every detail.
Elocution intonation dramatization and even breathing
When they run from the Shogaths
Maybe. There may be more
Great British accent. He also made a convincing academic and brought some emotion to what could have been dry text.
The music at the end and beginning of each chapter grows old.
I liked the 'steampunk' feel of it- written at a time when Antarctica was little known and science was in early days it is a great 'alternative history' of polar exploration.
The structure of the story doesn't really do the ending justice- there as so many heavy hints only the dumbest listerner couldn't figue out what is coming next. That is Lovecraft's fault, not the productions'.
It is all narrated as the view of one party so this question is not relevant.
The Antarctic Horror?
Intriguing, captivating, spine tingling
Come see this movie even though it has Tom Cruise
This is the first work by Lovecraft I have ever read. I enjoy Ambrose Bierce and M.R James and I was looking for something in the genre. This was a bit more science fiction but I really enjoyed it. It got off to a slow start, but picked up and has great atmosphere. Great cold, windy night read.
This seems an excellently-worded and well-paced example of a Lovecraft story where I spend most of it saying
The way he pronounced
In the Mountain Deeps