MySpace ♥ CthulhuLPC en cthulhu | Marzo 15, 2007
Wil Forbis: You've just released a new film to DVD, "Dagon" which I saw and absolutely loved. I realized that there's a couple of pretty interesting themes that run through the film. One of them is very Lovecraftian and has to do with the fact the he really had a kind of "fishophobia" didn't he?
Stuart Gordon: Yes he did. He hated fish. If someone served fish at a dinner party, he was out the door. He would not be in the same room with a fish.
Wil Forbis: What drove that?
Stuart Gordon: I dunno. He talked about the smell being one of the biggest problems he had with fish.
Wil Forbis: So there was no deep psychological root?
Stuart Gordon: Oh, there may be, but who knows? He was very fearful about a lot of things. He was very reclusive. He did not like to leave Providence, Rhode Island. He was raised by his maid and aunts, so that might have had something to do with it.
Por supuesto que Lovecraft no estaría en la misma habitación que un pescado. ¡Por respeto! Tanto la entrevista a Stuart Gordon ,como la ilustración son de la página de LC en Myspace. Incluye otra entrevista con S.T.Joshi (académica lovecraftiano) y la lista de sus colegas en MySpace. Ya saben: Cthulhu, Shub-Niggurath, Yog-Sothoth...