Tag Archives: Shadows over Filmland

View from the Pelgrane’s Nest – September 2008

The following article originally appeared in an earlier iteration of See Page XX in September 2008. Robin D Laws discusses the nature of believability in RPGs, and we present not one, but three interviews from Luke Crane. This month also sees the launch of a flurry of new products, including a Keeper’s Screen, and James […]

View from the Pelgrane’s Nest – June 2008

The following article originally appeared in an earlier iteration of See Page XX in June 2008. by Simon Rogers In this issue Robin D Laws discusses the use of genre conceits in Mutant City Blues, we have more music from James Semple, and a second interview by Luke Crane. This issue sees the return of […]

Shadows Over Filmland Review

Here is a short review of Shadows Over Filmland by Simon Crowe. Overall whilst I would have preferred one or two scenarios were dropped to flesh out the others it’s still a great selection of scenarios, and I recommend it to any Trail of Cthulhu keepers looking for something different either as short one-shots or […]

Review of Shadows over Filmland

It’s in Swedish.  Here is a direct link, and here is Google’s plausible translation. In short, the whole book a real pleasure to read. It combines in a really fun way the spirit of the classic horror films with Lovecraft’s Mythos, and raises the result to something new and exciting. All of the adventures may […]

Golden Geek Awards Nominations

Pelgrane books have been nominated for the Golden Geek awards. These awards are given out annually at BGG Con, and this year for the first time roleplaying games have been included. Armitage Files has been nominated both for Best Artwork and Presentation, and for Best RPG Supplement, and Shadows Over Filmland for Best RPG Supplement. […]

ENnie Award Nominations

The ENnie award nominations are in. Armitage Files has been nominated for best adventure, with Shadows over Filmland taking an honourable mention. And Jérome gets a richly deserved nod for his cover artwork on Rough Magicks. Last July in Page XX, Jérome let us into the secrets of his photomontage technique in creating this amazing […]

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