Shoggoth Lord says:
I have to say, The Dreams in the Witch-House was absolutely amazing! I especially liked the cameos of Armitage and Ward, as well as the allusions to String Hypothesis. The Codex Beltran-Excavy was fantastic (and sort of tied in to the CD, which I didn't expect) and the artwork was beautiful. So, I have to ask: Is there any chance You Guys might make more vintage Lovecraftian Monographs in the future? I'd definitely buy more.... ^///^
Listener Daniel says:
I am a dedicated fan to your films and D.A.R.T. productions. I greatly enjoyed your newest production The Dreams In The Witch House and wanted to express my appreciation and enjoyment for your efforts. I truly hope that the HPLHS is able to continue creating these wonderful radio plays and I look forward to each new episode. Keep up the excellent work!
Listener Rich says:
Many thanks for sending me the download link for my recent purchases. Just wanted to say that I have listened to one of them already....(the dreams of the witch house).....and its brilliant.
When you guys released "Reanimator", I figured that was it for this series. Then you go and make two of Lovecraft's less-known pieces into full-length dramas...*and* manage to do so without compromising or distorting them into something unrecognizable!! My hat's off to the production staff! Anyways, know you have a deeply impressed and excited listener here, and you have my deepest thanks for doing such justice to these stories.
Listener Jeffrey says:
I'm enjoying it. I'm so happy you've been able to keep the actor duo from Herbert West and Dreams in the Witch House intact for another adventure! They make a great team. [that's Andrew Leman and Sean Branney of the HPLHS, ed.]
Listener Andrew says
I am writing to share with you my mixed delight and horror at the remarkable handling of The Dreams at the Witch House. Of all of the tales I have listened to so far, it is by far the most thrilling and unsettling. Considering the amount of artistic interpretation you have taken of the original literature, I think your work would have rivaled the writings of the mad arab Abdul Alhazred in it's sinister diabolicism!
To reiterate your own sentiments on the show: I believe Mr Lovecraft would have been pleased by your handling of his work for portrayal over the 'wireless'. Many thanks!