15/31: Re-Animator (1985)
Lovecraftian horror - Herbert West invents a chemical solution for re-animating fresh corpses. It’s a vaguely scientific film; the brain surgery classes were quite interesting - and the actual re-animating wasn’t overdone, which I liked. You can see where Stephen King got his inspiration for Pet Sematary.
Also, there’s an episode of the new Scooby-Doo in which a character called H.P. Hatecraft appears, voiced by Jeffrey Combs (Herbert West) - and he’s written a book called The Shrieking Madness of Char Gar Gothakon: The Beast That Hath No Name. Isn’t that the best thing for a children’s cartoon to do?