It seems Lovecraft and Lovecraftian horror is having a bit of a comeback at the moment, with Richard Stanley's The Color out of Space with Nicholas Cage most prominently, but also a tv series called Lovecraft Country.
But it was always that way. Adaptations of Lovecraft appear rather sparingly over time, every now and then there is a little popularity (like Re-Animator and From Beyond in the eighties) and then it goes quiet for a long time again - it's like they come one by one out of a calm sea.
Although you could say that just like in literature his influence in film is everywhere, from Alien and The Thing to Evil Dead and In The Mouth of Madness. The most recent I can think of was The Void (2016).
It's almost that his influence on other films is bigger than actual adaptations.
I think maybe to avoid confusion with Salem's Lot. People might think it's about vampires and be disappointed.
I wonder how they dedided on Brody. I suppose he is a good actor, but he was in one of Dario Argento's worst films (called Giallo, even if it isn't a giallo but just because the killer has jaundice). So ever since I have a bit of a double feeling about him. It's not his fault most likely, as pretty much all of Argento's last films have been bad (Dracula 3D was even worse than Giallo), but he's completely over the top in it. He plays both the killer and the policeman chasing him. At one point the killer has a pacifier in his mouth (an image hard to shake) and he pees in a sink. All the time he mutters in a hardly intelligible way 'So beautiful! So beautiful!' while cutting up the women he abducts. On top of having yellow skin his face looks kind of like Rambo and he wears a bandana too.
You wonder how you get from something as elegant and beautiful as Suspiria to this, but it's basically Argento trying his hand at torture porn, and it really lives up to that title. Argento later stepped away from the film and disowned it, I think the only time he ever did this.
Being a fan I watched it, but it's best to stay away from it, it's really bad.