"This disc (Pickman's Model), as a representative of Lurker Films’ mission to compile the best of Lovecraft-on-screen, simply kicks ass. 9 out of 10"
The fourth volume in The H.P. Lovecraft Collection contains some excellent adaptaions of Lovecraft's short story "Pickman's Model" including Chilean Gothic.
Other films include Geoffrey Clark's animated version of In the Vault, Austinite Cathy Welch's 1981 B&W take on "Pickman's Model", and Giovanni Furore's Italian version of Pickman. Plus Djie Han Thung's Between the Stars
American author H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) is one of the masters of gothic horror literature from the early 20th century. Presented here for the first time are three different interpretations of Lovecraft’s short story about a morbid painter named Richard Upton Pickman, who created from his fiendish brush "unbelievable loathsomeness and moral foetor." Lovecraft’s tale is a perfect example of Edgar Allan Poe’s unity of effect principle and Lovecraft succeeded in painting a story as meticulously shocking in its realism as any painting from Richard Upton Pickman. The only question that remains is: Are you Pickman?