Stephen King’s 2014 novel, “Revival,” was born, in part, from Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythology.
Neil Gaiman wrote a short story called “I Cthulhu.” Guillermo del Toro told the New Yorker in 2011 that he’d considered adapting Lovecraft’s “At the Mountains of Madness” for the big screen.
Dean started out by simply putting Great Old Ones and other creatures in simple settings and situations. Dubbed the “Year of the Witch,” part of the focus of this gathering will be on Lovecraft’s short story, “The Dreams of The Witch House.” This is the second year that founder Andrew Migliore has taken to Kickstarter in order to enlist fan’s help to make the festival better than ever.
Lovecraft died of colon cancer in 1937, but his fanbase keeps growing.