Cult director Richard Stanley (who once famously got fired as the director of ‘The Island of Dr. Moreau‘) directs H.P. Lovecraft’s cosmic nightmare Color Out of Space. The story follows Nathan Gardner (Nicolas Cage continuing his Cage-aissance) and his family, whose recent retreat to rural life gets interrupted when a meteorite crashes into their front yard. The mysterious rock seems to sink into the Earth, and hereby seriously affecting everyone and everything around it – including time and space.
If you’re a fan of some bonkers sci-fi horror that mostly doesn’t make sense, you’ll dig all of the craziness that’s waiting for you. While nature and animals mutate into bizarre deformed creatures and spout purple rays of radioactive light, this family has to fight separately and save themselves from killing each other under the influence of this “color out of space”.
There’s some awkward exposition…
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