YMMV: The Call of Cthulhu
- Narm: While the colorful and vividly grotesque descriptions of various nightmares, alien cities and otherworldly horrors are indeed powerful, it loses a bit of its punch when we see the narrator describe almost every non-caucasian in the exact same way.
- There's this great buildup describing Cthulhu, the grotesque Eldritch Horror... that "flopped" onto the beach. Flop. While Cthulhu is terrifying the word choice evokes laughter.
- Also that the great Cthulhu was thwarted by a boat to the head.
- Lovecraft describes Cthulhu emerging under a "gibbous sky", a phrase that makes no sense whatsoever, since "gibbous" is the moon phase between half and full.
- Paranoia Fuel: The cult still lives, and now you know too much.