David Lynch probably captures the mood of "basic wrongness" the best, but his stuff is dependent on people and their relationships to one another. I'd love to see him take a crack at a Ligotti story, though.
― Devilock, Tuesday, 29 August 2017 18:09
Lynch optioned an adaptation of "Last Feast Of The Harlequin" but I think he would have just been the producer if it had gone ahead.
― Robert Adam Gilmour, Thursday, 31 August 2017 01:02 (three years ago) link
Have no idea how you'd create a satisfying Lynch tribute anthology but I'd like to try this book, but I don't have high hopes http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/8190Uq0CTJL.jpg
Music on the other hand would be quite doable.
― Robert Adam Gilmour, Thursday, 31 August 2017 17:58 (three years ago) link
Anyone else spot Lovecraft's Supernatural Horror In Literature in Nanjiani's book pile in The Big Sick? It's the most important piece ever written about horror stories.
― Robert Adam Gilmour, Thursday, 31 August 2017 18:29 (three years ago) link
Just realizes H.P. Lovecraft's "Nemesis" has the same meter as Billy Joel's "Piano Man." pic.twitter.com/Oty5JxoHWW— Captain Video (@OurWorldcomic) January 14, 2018
― Robert Adam Gilmour, Friday, 19 January 2018 14:27 (three years ago) link
Revive as I've recently started listening to the great Weird Studies podcast, which takes a completely serious analytical approach to aspects of "the weird" in popular culture(topics including Twin Peaks, Philip K Dick, Robert Aickman, Under The Skin, Shirley Jackson etc). It can get a bit heavy into the philosophical side but it's always interesting.
The episode on Crowley and magick is a bit of a headspinner, in which both hosts basically conclude "Yeah, it shouldn't work but it completely does."
― Brainless Addlepated Timid Muddleheaded Awful No-Account (Pheeel), Sunday, 14 April 2019 10:01 (one year ago) link