Tag: HP Lovecraft

“Pickman’s Guest”

There’s a new video up from Grieg Johnson and HP Lovecraft Literary Podcaster, Chris Lackey. In their adaptation of Lovecraft’s “Pickman’s Guest,” a young artist shares his paintings with an expert on “morbid art.” Hilarity and the inability to feel one’s bones ensue.

Now Cthulhu is Blofeld

The moons have aligned and given me the opportunity to slip two October articles in, which means you get (or are inflicted with) a third installment of the ongoing series Punching Cthulhu in the Face, a look at the many ways H.P. Lovecraft’s cosmic horror has been corrupted […]

The Challenge of the Challenge from Beyond

Every October (well, since last October) Science Fiction editor Keith Allison turns his telescope toward the cosmic horror of weird fiction’s most illustrious Woodrow Wilson look-alike, HP Lovecraft, and the many ways in which people re-interpreted and mis-interpreted his work, in a series called “Punching Cthulhu in the […]