The Cast of Cthulhu: Pickman’s Model

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  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    Call me a normie, but The Autopsy & Graveyard Rats were also some of my favorites.

    Being further unoriginal and just noting what others said at TV Tropes, the latter is very similar in its broad outlines to the preceding/first episode about the auctioned storage room. Del Toro himself wrote that one, and it seems like he just did an inferior riff on Graveyard Rats. Additionally, and more relevant to this episode, Pickman’s Model oddly includes a lot more mythos elements absent from the original, while Dreams in the Witch House has its mythos aspects removed. I don’t think it makes much sense for Pickman’s works to be causing apocalyptic insanity outbreaks AND for him to have been working for over a decade and apparently successfully enough to win over previous skeptics.

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