Ask Lovecraft: The Little Mermaid

In which we look at two foundations of Weird Fiction.

About AskLovecraft

In which celebrated and dead author HP Lovecraft offers his advice on such diverse topics as love, finance, cooking, and personal hygiene.


  1. Mr.Lovecraft, what are your thoughts on Mixed-Martial Arts competitions?

  2. TragicGuineaPig

    If your stories were musicals, you could get that chap Danny Elfman to write the score. Just don’t ask Joel Schumacher to direct.

  3. Mr. Lovecraft, I’d like to thank you for your dream cycle stories. I know most people prefer to ignore them and pretend they don’t exist, but for me, despite them being crude copies of the good Lord Dunsany’s stories, they are works of art I find myself revisiting with surprising regularity. I would also like to ask you something: was it hard to come back to life and find The dream-quest to unknown Kadath published in, well, the state it is in?

  4. I, for one, would love to see a Lovecraftian musical. That would be fantastic.

  5. No-one mourns the squamous!

  6. King Triton would have discovered her meaning his daughter Ariel’s secret human skeleton cave in her grotto by the time Sebastion accidently revealed that Ariel rescued Eric from drowning.

  7. What dissection experiments on human bodies? they’re all fucking skeletons at the bottom of the ocean in shipwrecks, and why is everybody consider Ariel to be a freaking scientist these days before she obligatory falls in love with Prince Eric in just two or three seconds flat? she’s not as scinetist because as the director Ron Clemens and John Musker and composer Alan Menken and the late great AIDS-stricken lyricist Howard Ashman had said in this movie DVD’s feature commentary and as plainly obvious for children to see themselves, Ariel and Flounder are getting all their information about human stuff from that clueless idiot seagull Scuttle, I mean she doesn’t even know what to name those objects in her collectrion properly, fork=dinglehopper and pipe=snarfblaat so she calls them thingamabobs.

  8. I’ll never think of the film, the same way again!

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