Tag Archives: cthulhu

All hail the Theremin

Whether or not you enjoy the electronic oscillating tones of the twentieth century’s weirdest contribution to musical invention, you have to admit: the rise of the horror film wouldn’t have been possible (or at least wouldn’t have been the same) … Continue reading

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Cthulhu on Etsy

This is one Great Old One that’s everywhere. Including, prominently, the ‘net’s best clearinghouse for cottage crafts: Etsy. Every time the dreams and the drums have brought me back to Cthulhu (see here here and here), I’ve warned you how … Continue reading

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Update: Cthulhu still sleeps (for now)

It’s not a hard and fast rule, here at the Deconstruction; more of a rule of thumb. It goes like this: every six months or so, if you can’t think of anything else to write about, write about Cthulhu. Cthulhu … Continue reading

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Revisiting Cthulhu (with videos!)

There’s been an avalanche of inquiries and more than a few requests that we look back in on Cthulhu and the rest of the pantheon of Lovecraft‘s Very Creepy Ones. But lest we speak too much of them, and stir … Continue reading

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