a compound word phrase refering to kafka and stephen king. refering to a piece of art, lit., or film which embodies both the tacit matter of fact existential horror of franz kafka's writing and the pop culture comedic horror of stephen king. this is where king, hence informed by kafka, makes vast strokes of sentimentality and commonality dramatically horrific.
"jerome, your symbols of domestic entrapment in the new paintings are very kafkingian; the anthropomorphic utensils create a lot of tension...yet are somehow very naive and comic."
by tterragnoslen October 14, 2007
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