Color Out of Space
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- Joely Richardson
- Madeleine Arthur
- Elliot Knight
- Tommy Chong
- Brendan Meyer
- Julian Hilliard
- Josh C. Waller
- Q'orianka Kilcher
- Melissa Nearman
- Amanda Booth
Did You Know?
- Nicolas Cage set to star in the movie
- Just after a large and violent rainstorm is shown happening at Ezra's house, the film immediately cuts to Ward sitting outside of his tent where it is suddenly not raining at all. Nothing around Ward is wet, there is no rain dripping from the tree branches, no puddles on the ground and his car is bone dry. It would be impossible for everything to dry out from a downpour in such a quick time period at night.
- Ezra: Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Cold and wet. But it burns. Sucking the life out of everything. It came down in the rock. It lives in the well. It grew down there. Poisoning everything. Changing everything. Into something like the world it came from. Into what it knows. We all know it's coming, but we can't get away. It's got everything that lives. They all drunk the water. It got strong. Fed itself on them. It came from the stars... where things ain't like they are here. It's just a color. But it burns. It sucks, and it burns. It burns.
Atom User Reviews
This was terrifying, fun, and best Lovecraft adaptation for big screen I have seen!
The result is a cheerfully lurid mess that goes goofily off the rails after a slow build, and will offer few surprises for adepts of Lovecraft or of screen schlock.
As things grow more dire and mad for the Gardners, don’t be surprised if you find your eyes starting to water and your head starting to pound. It’s not an altogether pleasant experience, but it’s probably the exact sort of nightmarish, unquantifiable situation that would make H.P. Lovecraft proud.
A satisfying shot at bringing a classic of the sci-fi/horror genre to modern audiences. ... Hitting the main plot points with well-designed SFX and some impressive night photography, Stanley's film manages to be frightening indeed, even with star Nicolas Cage’s semi-farcical leavening adding some nutty laughs.