Color Out of Space
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When an iridescent meteorite plummets from outer space and into the property and foundations of a remote New England estate, a malignant force begins to insidiously permeate the lives of an unassuming family. The effects are gradual — time begins to dilate, nature assumes an otherworldly hue — and all things bright and beautiful eventually mutate and corrupt under its influence. So proceeds this eerie adaptation of the short story by H.P. Lovecraft, one of horror’s most haunting, here presented by the enigmatic South African filmmaker Richard Stanley.
The patriarch of this doomed brood is none other than Nicolas Cage, continuing his recent renaissance as a midnight-movie staple with an increasingly unhinged “Rage Cage” performance. The rest of the ensemble, which includes Joely Richardson and Tommy Chong, play effective foils to Cage’s delirium, but the real star of the show is the alien entity itself. This all-consuming, dispassionate menace manifests itself in a series of grotesque, body-horror, and psychedelic spectacles, worthy of its ineffable literary origins.
Portugal | USA | Malaysia, 2019, 111 minutes, Not Rated Directed by Richard Stanley
“Full-bore, glorious B-movie Cage: Cranked up to 11, spattered with gore and bellowing about alpacas."– Sara Stewart, NEW YORK POST
“It’s psychedelic horror elements are quite compelling and effective.”– Katie Rife, AV CLUB
“It has its wit, and will please genre fans by taking no prisoners when it comes to nasty things happening to nice people.”– Jonathan Romney, SCREEN INTERNATIONAL
“Gorgeous, vibrant, and terrifying, ‘Color Out of Space’ is packed with Lovecraftian creatures and cosmic infections galore.”– Jonathan Barkan, DREAD CENTRAL
“A satisfying shot at bringing a classic of the sci-fi/horror genre to modern audiences.”– Deborah Young, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“’Color of Space’ is a positively insane film.”– Kristy Puchko, RIOT MATERIAL