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Old December 16, 2010, 23:15   #9
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CGI might be useful for rendering anything the director imagines, but Lovecraftian nightmares are supposed to be beyond human imagining. Anything that can be invented by a person would inevitably be disappointing.

There's a take-off on "Where The Wild Things Are" called "Where The Deep Ones Are" that's pretty funny, as long as we're talking about kids' books. Also, there's a couple comic books that do a good job imitating Lovecraft - The Courtyard by Alan Moore, and one called (IIRC) Lovecraft that's a sort of biography.
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