Color Out of Space
Horror • R • 2019 • 1 hr 51 min
A mind trip if a movie. Crazy at times with some signature Nic Cage moments. But a fascinating story and decent acting. Worth the watch.
Enjoyable psychedelic horror movie about a family being torn apart by extraterrestrial forces, disturbing and occasionally beautiful imagery
A bonkers ride that makes you feel like you’re tripping balls, starring Hollywood’s favourite whack job. Great fun though!
A good Lovecraftian movie but I wanted a bit more from it. Great representation for a niche genre of movies that I wish we had more of.
With so many bad adaptions of Lovecraft, this is pretty good. Second half gets better as Nicolas Cage gets off leash in a world of madness.
Batshit Nic Cageisms along with Lovecraftian horror and lots of neons
A very strange film but pretty accurate adaptation. Nic cage is as usual delightfully weird.
Horror core fans this your bible, scenes in this movie straight from the depths of fangoria. A+
I honestly don't know if Nicholas cage is good in this one. But It absolutely accomplished to fill me with existential terror
This movie was way better than I expected with beautiful colors and a performance from nick cage that is more than welcome in my heart
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