I've fallen asleep listening to the audio version on youtube several times. I tried to read the comic book adaptation by I.N.J Culbard - it's just to cartoony for me and lacks the necessary atmosphere. But the Japanese adaptation looks great.
I very much wonder what a fuddy-dud like Lovecraft would think of this, as well as the board and video game adaptations of his work. He's really had a phenomenal impact on what might be termed the "fringe culture" Western youth has grown up with over the past century.