|Jason B. Thompson||Ilustrador|
|Edward Martin III||Director|
100 mins | Estados Unidos | Inglés | IMDb
"Three times Randolph Carter dreamed of the marvelous city, and three times was he snatched away while still he paused on the high terrace above it."
Thus begins H. P. Lovecraft’s epic tale of the courageous dreamer Randolph Carter and his search for the mystical sunset city by petitioning the gods of Kadath. During his journey, he travels deep into the world of dream, to the edge of the world, to the moon and back, and to the heights and depths of human and... inhuman experience.
Dream-Quest uses an unusual narrative style. Rather than live action (as if we could afford that!) or full motion animation, we're using a technique sorta' like what we've used most recently for The Testament of Tom Jacoby, a motion-still sequencing. We have no affectionate name for this technique (we're currently describing it as "sorta' like what we did with Jacoby, but even better, with some animation thrown in"), nor can we even think of a really good example off the top of our heads, but we hope you'll like the result. Our image source is Jason Thompson's unbelievable comic book adaptation, published by Mockman Press.