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Synopsis - A story of cosmic terror about The Gardners, a family who moves to a remote farmstead in rural New England to escape the hustle of the 21st century. They are busy adapting to their new life when a meteorite crashes into their front yard. The mysterious aerolite seems to melt into the earth, infecting both the land and the properties of space-time with a strange, otherworldly color. To their horror, the Gardner family discover that this alien force is gradually mutating every life form that it touches...including them
Writer - H.P. Lovecraft

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Color out of space trailer 2019. 2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards  » Videos Learn more More Like This Action | Drama Horror 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6. 1 / 10 X A crew of aquatic researchers work to get to safety after an earthquake devastates their subterranean laboratory. But the crew has more than the ocean seabed to fear. Director: William Eubank Stars: Kristen Stewart, Vincent Cassel, T. J. Miller War 6. 5 / 10 Thirty-four years after his death, Airman William H. Pitsenbarger, Jr. ("Pits") is awarded the nation's highest military honor, for his actions on the battlefield. Todd Robinson Samuel L. Jackson, Sebastian Stan, Diane Ladd 7. 5 / 10 World-renowned civil rights defense attorney Bryan Stevenson works to free a wrongly condemned death row prisoner. Destin Daniel Cretton Jamie Foxx, Charlie Pye Jr., Michael Harding Biography Crime 5. 9 / 10 Based on Peter Carey's novel. The story of Australian bushranger Ned Kelly and his gang as they flee from authorities during the 1870s. Justin Kurzel George MacKay, Essie Davis, Nicholas Hoult Comedy Thriller 6. 2 / 10 A man in his thirties travels to a remote cabin to reconnect with his estranged father. Ant Timpson Elijah Wood, Stephen McHattie, Garfield Wilson Mystery 7. 2 / 10 A couple travels to Sweden to visit a rural hometown's fabled mid-summer festival. What begins as an idyllic retreat quickly devolves into an increasingly violent and bizarre competition at the hands of a pagan cult. Ari Aster Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor, Vilhelm Blomgren 3. 7 / 10 A young governess is hired by a man who has become responsible for his young nephew and niece after their parents' deaths. A modern take on Henry James' novella "The Turn of the Screw. " Floria Sigismondi Mackenzie Davis, Finn Wolfhard, Brooklynn Prince 6 / 10 A troubled college freshman, Luke, suffers a violent family trauma. He then resurrects his charismatic childhood imaginary friend Daniel to help him cope, not realizing how dangerous Daniel is. Adam Egypt Mortimer Miles Robbins, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Sasha Lane 5. 4 / 10 A woman seeks revenge against those who orchestrated a plane crash that killed her family. Reed Morano Blake Lively, Jude Law, Sterling K. Brown 5. 8 / 10 Jay and Silent Bob return to Hollywood to stop a reboot of the 'Bluntman and Chronic' movie from getting made. Kevin Smith Joey Lauren Adams, Ben Affleck, Diedrich Bader American security guard Richard Jewell saves thousands of lives from an exploding bomb at the 1996 Olympics, but is vilified by journalists and the press who falsely reported that he was a terrorist. Clint Eastwood Paul Walter Hauser, Sam Rockwell, Brandon Stanley Fantasy Years following the events of "The Shining, " a now-adult Dan Torrance must protect a young girl with similar powers from a cult known as The True Knot, who prey on children with powers to remain immortal. Mike Flanagan Ewan McGregor, Rebecca Ferguson, Kyliegh Curran Edit Storyline A story of cosmic terror about The Gardners, a family who moves to a remote farmstead in rural New England to escape the hustle of the 21st century. They are busy adapting to their new life when a meteorite crashes into their front yard. The mysterious aerolite seems to melt into the earth, infecting both the land and the properties of space-time with a strange, otherworldly color. To their horror, the Gardner family discover that this alien force is gradually mutating every life form that it cluding them. Plot Summary Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 5 February 2020 (Philippines) See more  » Also Known As: Color Out of Space Box Office Budget: $6, 000, 000 (estimated) Opening Weekend USA: $216, 162, 26 January 2020 Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $715, 193 See more on IMDbPro  » Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs  » Did You Know? Trivia In a Q&A with Richard Stanley, Stanley claimed that the film would be the first of a trilogy, with a Dunwich Horror adaption coming next. See more » Goofs If you've seen the whole film, you'll know that this isn't a goof, but part of the narrative. The thing that comes out of space is messing with the time/space continuum. See more » Connections Version of The Color Out of Space  (2010) See more » Soundtracks Burnt Year Written by James Kelly See more » Frequently Asked Questions See more ».

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Color out of space soundtrack. You booked a river crusie and you dont know how to swim. the price just went up -rock. There are not many movies based around the Lovecraft mythos and this is a shame. Think "In the Mouth of Madness" mixed with "The Thing. You can't go wrong with this movie. Solid acting from all the cast. The descent into madness is well done. You'll be left with plenty of questions and this to me is the mark of a good movie. I wasn't expecting much when i started watching it considering the lack of Lovecraft material but i ended up stopping everything and watched it 100% which is rare for me. Give it a go.

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Color Out of. Color out of space film. Color Out of space telescope. Learn more More Like This Mystery | Sci-Fi Thriller 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6. 6 / 10 X Based on the H. P. Lovecraft story of the same name, a folklorist investigates reports of unusual creatures in Vermont only to uncover more than he bargained for Director: Sean Branney Stars: Annie Abrams, Zack Gold, Stephen Blackehart Fantasy Horror 7. 2 / 10 While sorting the affairs of his late Uncle, a man accidentally stumbles across a series of dark secrets connected to an ancient horror waiting to be freed. Andrew Leman Matt Foyer, John Bolen, Ralph Lucas Short 6. 7 / 10 A meteorite, strange vegetation, a colour: an experimental take on H. Lovecraft's spiral into madness, shot with a vintage camera on truly unique LomoChrome 16mm film. This is a beautiful exercise in the surreal. Patrick Müller 7 / 10 Haunted by recent events and on the run, a man finds himself the unwitting pawn of a possessed evangelical radio station and like his unfortunate predecessor must ask himself whether it is better to reign in hell than serve in heaven. David Prior Eric Lange, John Billingsley, Ray Wise 7. 4 / 10 A man locks himself in his own house, in order to fight his inner demons. Things begin to take a dark turn when a strange visitor lands in his backyard. Ítalo Donato David Figueiroa, Lucas Ponciano 6. 3 / 10 A secluded farm is struck by a strange meteorite which has apocalyptic consequences for the family living there and possibly the world. Richard Stanley Nicolas Cage, Joely Richardson, Madeleine Arthur 4. 7 / 10 Pietro and Lucia live on an isolated farm with Alice, Lucia's younger sister. Poor farmers, they live tilling the soil. Pietro is a good worker and a strong man who, unlike his three... See full summary  » Ivan Zuccon Debbie Rochon, Michael Segal, Marysia Kay 6. 2 / 10 A boating accident runs a young man and woman ashore in a decrepit Spanish fishing town which they discover is in the grips of an ancient sea god and its monstrous half human offspring. Stuart Gordon Ezra Godden, Francisco Rabal, Raquel Meroño Action A man led by horrific visions to a mysterious cabin hopes to put a stop to his nightmares. An H. Lovecraft inspired film. Alexander Crews Michael Minto, Jonathan Castile 5. 1 / 10 When a meteorite lands near his family farm during a storm in Tennessee, the son of a struggling farmer believes it's connected to strange plague-like events afflicting the crops, the farm animals and even the family themeselves. David Keith Wil Wheaton, Claude Akins, Malcolm Danare 5. 6 / 10 A young man visits his fiancée's estate to discover that her wheelchair-bound scientist father has discovered a meteorite that emits mutating radiation rays that have turned the plants in... See full summary  » Daniel Haller Boris Karloff, Nick Adams, Freda Jackson Drama 4. 6 / 10 A Seattle history professor, drawn back to his estranged family on the Oregon coast to execute his late mother's estate, is reaquainted with his best friend from childhood, with whom he has... See full summary  » Dan Gildark Jason Cottle, Casey Curran, Ethan Atkinson Edit Storyline Arkham, 1975: Jonathan Davis' father has disappeared. His tracks lead to Germany, to the Swabian-Franconian Forest where he was stationed after the Second World War. Jonathan sets out to find him and bring him home, but deep in the woods he discovers a dark mystery from the past. Based on H. Lovecraft's short novel "The Colour Out of Space". Written by Vu, Huan Plot Summary Add Synopsis Taglines: No one, no one forgets it... Details Release Date: 30 October 2010 (Germany) See more  » Also Known As: The Color Out of Space Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs  ».

Color out of space release date 2019. Color out of space audiobook. Color out of space 2019 trailer. Color out of space hp lovecraft. “Not the color! Not the color! Aaaagggghhh!”. I've seen ALOT of movies in my day, this ranks right up there one of the WORST. There was no plot, just a bunch of gimmicky pointless scenes depicting this family in distress... One schlocky scene after the next. The talents of Nicholas Cage and Joely Richardson were wasted with scenes that were increasingly disturbing as the film went along. There were disturbing scenes of animals in distress. The movie went nowhere except for a spiraling out of control mess with one ridiculous scene designed to disturb after the next... A total waste of two hours...

Color out of space clip. So glad you reviewed this! You're far and away my favorite movie reviewer. Saw it in theaters a couple of weeks ago and loved it. I really hope it makes a ton of money so we see more of this. If you liked this check out this super cool lovecraftian movie called The Void (2017. Great practical effects and same zany energy with good characters. Color out of space 2019 trailer reaction. Nic Cage's agent: I have a questionable script but the pay is good. Cage:I will sign it. NOW.

Color out of space monster. Color out of space ost. Color out of space movie review. Sylvanas voice is really amazing. Color out of space 2019. Color out of space 2019 scene. Color Out of space science. Color out of space streaming. Color Out of space station. Color Out of space agency. September 8, 2019 10:17PM PT Cult director Richard Stanley's first narrative feature in decades is a fun, messy, deliberately over-the-top sci-fi horror. Five years ago, one of the most famously troubled productions in movie history was colorfully detailed in the documentary “Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley ’s Island of Doctor Moreau. ” Its major takeaway was the cruel injustice of a director being removed from a project that had been his baby from inception. If you wondered what Stanley might’ve got up to had that experience not traumatized him out of the business (some documentaries and shorts aside) for more than a quarter-century, there’s finally an answer of sorts in “Color Out of Space. ” His first big-screen narrative feature since 1992 returns to the berserk mixes of external fantasy and personal idiosyncrasy that made pre-“Island” efforts “Hardware” and “Dust Devil” cult favorites. It’s based on a much-adapted H. P. Lovecraft story, and like most prior versions, takes considerable liberties with the original material. Entertaining but uneven, the result is a deliberately over-the-top sci-fi horror exercise that loses some focus as the action grows more psychedelically unhinged — its oscillating tone not necessarily helped by Nicolas Cage growing likewise, in one of his less inspired gonzo-style performances. Still, there will be great interest among genre fans, ensuring wide exposure in home formats, though big-screen placements will likely be spottier. RLJE Films (which had a sleeper hit last year with “Mandy, ” another trippy Cage opus) picked up U. S. theatrical rights just before the film’s premiere in Toronto’s Midnight Madness section. It begins a bit goofily with cape-wearing, white-horse-riding teenage Wiccan Livinia Gardner (Madeleine Arthur) performing a riverside rite for the sake of her mother Theresa (Joely Richardson), who’s recovering from cancer. She’s interrupted by Ward (Elliot Knight), a handsome young hydrologist surveying the area for a future dam project. After that mildly flirtatious first meet, she heads home to the inherited farm her family has recently moved to, its isolated location a fair distance from the nearest town of Arkham (Lovecraft’s preferred fictive Massachusetts setting). There, mom is working as an online commodities trader, while failed-painter dad Nathan (Cage) is trying to make a go of rural life by growing produce and raising alpacas. Adolescent son Benny (Brendan Meyer) copes with their changed circumstances herbally, while junior child Jack (Julian Hilliard) is young enough not to be bothered. He’s very bothered later that night, however, as an earth-shaking disturbance is caused by a meteor fragment that lands in the front yard, glowing eerily. By morning, it’s cooled to ash, and a day later has vanished entirely. But other strange occurrences begin to escalate, affecting animal as well as human residents. The first to recognize that the local water might be contaminated, visitor Ward avoids imbibing any, which perhaps keeps him safe from the distorting impact on time and matter that others soon suffer. Not so lucky are the Gardners, their livestock or pets (including a particularly expressive dog named Sam, played by three canines), plus old hippie hermit Ezra (Tommy Chong), who squats in a shack nearby. Stanley fares best in the early going, when our dread of what might be coming is managed with a nice balance of creepiness and humor. Once the alien force begins taking over in earnest, however, the film turns overloaded and incoherent by degrees, piling on too many underdeveloped factors. Lovecraft left the cause or purpose of the invading “color” (seen here largely as a pinkish light) mysterious. But the movie is very literal-minded in some aspects, notably some grotesque mutation effects, while remaining vague in others. Whatever the space entity wants, it has no obvious relevance to the somewhat annoying Lavinia’s attempts at witchery, a non-sci-fi supernatural element Stanley doesn’t integrate into the larger story at all. Then there’s the problem of Cage, who’s given some of his best nutzoid turns quite recently (particularly in “Mandy” and “Mom and Dad”), but here seems to be indulging that penchant for eccentric excess without much regard for the surrounding movie. At a midpoint, one of Nathan’s children says, “Dad’s been acting weird, ” but how can they even tell? The other characters have their own internal logic, becoming irrational or developing other signs of “contagion” in a fairly clear progression. Yet Cage hits so many arbitrarily oddball notes from the start, we’re never sure what’s meant to be going on with Nathan, and that loosens the film’s grip on its own tricky tone. While “Color” doesn’t lack wit, its top-billed star too often seems to be having a laugh when the director and his story are going for something else. Hence “Color Out of Space” doesn’t quite gel as a whole, its narrative dissolving into CGI-heavy hallucinogenic near-chaos rather than building steadily towards a full-bore climax. Nonetheless, it always holds interest, and frequently fills the eye with impressive fantastical imagery — the most effective being not blobby lysergic wig-outs but ghostly views of the mist-enshrouded house and neighboring woods. (For funding reasons the film was shot in Portugal, which does a surprisingly fair job passing for New England. ) All tech and design contributions are accomplished, though in suspense terms the movie might actually have been better off applying greater restraint to the use of practical and digital effects. There’s also a sense of overload at times to Colin Stinson’s synth-based score, though that may be partly chalked up to the Imax-house sound system at the Toronto Film Festival press screening attended. Lovecraft is always difficult to adapt, despite more attempts being made every single year. “Color Out of Space” swings wilder and connects less reliably than fellow enthusiast Stuart Gordon’s several Lovecraft-based features. Still, it’s disorderly fun that sports a directorial personality distinct enough to make one grateful for Stanley’s return. Here’s hoping decades don’t pass again before he sees another major project come to fruition. Veteran festival programmer, Anderson Le has teamed up with a group of Asian-American and Asian filmmakers to launch creative studio East. Its objective is hatching pan-Asian stories for a global audience. The new outfit will have offices in Ho Chi Minh City and Los Angeles and have activities that stretch from development, financing and production [... ] The glitz of the annual Hong Kong Film Awards will be put to one side this year as a response to the coronavirus outbreak. 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Color out of space wiki. The Colour out of Space. Another Joe, upon reflrction gonna knock it down a digit or two. Looking back, reading the comments... yadda yadda. H.P. Lovecraft: You mean there exists colors no man has ever seen? WHAT MIGHT THEY BE CAPABLE OF. Color out of space (2019. "The Colour Out of Space" Title page of "The Colour Out of Space" as it appeared in Amazing Stories, September, 1927. Illustration by J. M. de Aragon. [1] Author H. P. Lovecraft Country United States Language English Genre(s) Science fiction, horror Published in Amazing Stories Media type Print ( Magazine) Publication date September 1927 " The Colour Out of Space " is a science fiction/horror short story by American author H. Lovecraft, written in March 1927. In the tale, an unnamed narrator pieces together the story of an area known by the locals as the "blasted heath" in the wild hills west of the fictional town of Arkham, Massachusetts. The narrator discovers that many years ago a meteorite crashed there, poisoning every living being nearby; vegetation grows large but foul tasting, animals are driven mad and deformed into grotesque shapes, and the people go insane or die one by one. Lovecraft began writing "The Colour Out of Space" immediately after finishing his previous short novel, The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, and in the midst of final revision on his horror fiction essay " Supernatural Horror in Literature ". Seeking to create a truly alien life form, he drew inspiration from numerous fiction and nonfiction sources. First appearing in the September 1927 edition of Hugo Gernsback 's science fiction magazine Amazing Stories, "The Colour Out of Space" became one of Lovecraft's most popular works, and remained his personal favorite of his short stories. It has been adapted to film several times, as Die, Monster, Die! (1965), The Curse (1987), Colour from the Dark (2008), The Colour Out of Space ( Die Farbe) (2010) and Color Out of Space (2019). Synopsis [ edit] A 2012 illustration by Ludvik Skopalik showing the well on Gardner Farm with the mysterious colour emerging, central to the story An unnamed surveyor from Boston, telling the story in the first-person perspective, attempts to uncover the secrets behind a shunned place referred to by the locals of Arkham as the "blasted heath. " [2] Unable to garner any information from the townspeople, the protagonist seeks out an old and allegedly crazy man by the name of Ammi Pierce, who relates his personal experiences with a farmer who used to live on the cursed property, Nahum Gardner. Pierce claims that the troubles began when a meteorite crashed into Gardner's lands in June 1882. [3] The meteorite shrinks but does not cool, and local scientists cannot discern its origin. As it shrinks, it leaves behind "globules of colour" which are referred to as such only by analogy, [4] as they fall outside the range of anything known in the visible spectrum. The stone is eventually destroyed by six bolts of lightning, and the lab specimens are destroyed when placed in a glass beaker. The following season, Gardner's crops grow unnaturally large and abundant. When he discovers that, despite their appearance, they are inedible, he becomes convinced that the meteorite has poisoned the soil. Over the following year, the problem spreads to the surrounding vegetation and local animals, altering them in unusual ways; the plants around the farmhouse become "slightly luminous in the dark. " [5] Gardner's wife goes mad, and he locks her in the attic. Over time, Gardner isolates his family from the neighboring farmers; Pierce becomes his only contact with the outside world. [3] Shortly after the onset of Mrs. Gardner's madness, the vegetation erodes into a grey powder, and the water from the well becomes tainted. One of Gardner's sons, Thaddeus, also goes mad, and Gardner locks him in a different room of the attic. The livestock turns grey and dies off; like the crops, their meat is tasteless and inedible. Thaddeus dies in the attic. Merwin, another of Gardner's sons, vanishes while retrieving water from the contaminated well. After two weeks with no contact from Gardner, Pierce visits the farmstead and witnesses the tale's eponymous horror in the attic. Gardner's final son, Zenas, has disappeared, and the "colour" has infected Nahum's wife, whom Pierce puts out of her misery. Pierce flees the decaying house as the horror destroys the last surviving resident, Nahum. [3] Pierce returns later that day to the farmstead with six men, including a doctor, who examine Nahum's remains. They discover both Merwin and Zenas' eroding skeletons at the bottom of the well, as well as bones of several other creatures. As they reflect upon their discoveries in the house, a light begins to shine from the well; this becomes the colour, which spreads over everything in the vicinity. The men flee the house and escape as the horror blights the land and then flies into the sky. Pierce alone turns back after the colour has gone; he witnesses a small part of it try to follow the rest, only to fail and return to the well. The knowledge that part of the alien still resides on Earth is sufficient to disturb his mental state. When some of the men return the following day, they find only a dead horse and acres of grey dust. The Gardners' neighbours leave their homes and flee the area. [3] Background [ edit] Lovecraft began writing "The Colour Out of Space" in March 1927, immediately after completing The Case of Charles Dexter Ward. [6] As he wrote the tale, however, he was also typing the final draft of his essay on horror fiction, " Supernatural Horror in Literature ". [7] Although the author himself claimed that his inspiration was the newly constructed Scituate Reservoir in Rhode Island, Lovecraft scholar S. T. Joshi believes that the planned Quabbin Reservoir in Massachusetts must have influenced him as well. American writer and pulp fiction enthusiast Will Murray cites paranormal investigator Charles Fort, and the "thunderstones" (lightning-drawing rocks that may have fallen from the sky) he describes in The Book of the Damned, as possible inspirations for the behavior of the meteorite. [8] Andy Troy argues that the story was an allegory for the coverage of the Radium Girls scandal in The New York Times, with the symptoms of the Gardners matching the newspaper's description of radium necrosis. [9] Lovecraft was dismayed at the all-too human depiction of aliens in other works of fiction, and his goal for "Colour" was to create an entity that was truly alien. [10] In doing so, he drew inspiration from a number of sources describing colors outside of the visible spectrum. Most notably, Joshi points to Hugh Elliott 's Modern Science and Materialism, a 1919 nonfiction book that mentions the "extremely limited" senses of humans, such that of the many "aethereal waves" striking the eyes, "The majority cannot be perceived by the retina at all. " [11] Lovecraft had used this concept previously, in his 1920 short story, " From Beyond ". [11] Completed by the end of March, "The Colour Out of Space" first appeared in Hugo Gernsback 's science fiction magazine, Amazing Stories in September 1927. [12] The story was illustrated by J. de Aragón, an artist who produced occasional artwork for the magazine. [13] Reception and legacy [ edit] "The Colour Out of Space" appeared in the September 1927 edition of Amazing Stories "The Colour Out of Space" became the only work from Amazing Stories to make Edward O'Brien's anthology of The Best American Short Stories, [14] appearing in the 1928 "Roll of Honor". [7] Gernsback paid Lovecraft only $25 [3] (approximately $368 in present-day terms) and was late in doing so, leading Lovecraft to refer to the publisher as "Hugo the Rat". [14] He never again submitted anything to the publication. [12] Lovecraft did not write another major short story until the following year, when he crafted " The Dunwich Horror ", although he did pen " History of the Necronomicon " and " Ibid " as minor works in-between, [10] as well as an account of a Halloween night's dream that he called " The Very Old Folk ". [7] In addition to being Lovecraft's personal favourite of his short stories, [10] [15] critics generally consider "The Colour Out of Space" one of his best works, and the first with his trademark blending of science fiction and horror. [12] Lovecraft scholar Donald R. Burleson referred to the tale as "one of his stylistically and conceptually finest short stories. " [16] Joshi praises the work as one of Lovecraft's best and most frightening, particularly for the vagueness of the description of the story's eponymous horror. He also lauded the work as Lovecraft's most successful attempt to create something entirely outside of the human experience, as the creature's motive (if any) is unknown and it is impossible to discern whether or not the "colour" is emotional, moral, or even conscious. [10] His only criticism is that it is "just a little too long". [17] E. F. Bleiler described "The Colour Out of Space" as "an excellent story, one of Lovecraft's finest works; in my opinion the best original story to appear in Amazing Stories ". [18] The text of "The Colour Out of Space", like many of Lovecraft's works, has fallen into public domain and can be accessed in several compilations of the author's work, as well as on the Internet. [3] It also had a strong influence on Brian Aldiss 's The Saliva Tree, which has been seen as a rewriting of Lovecraft's tale. [19] In 1984, the novel The Color Out of Time by Michael Shea was published as a sequel to the original novelette. [20] Film adaptations [ edit] The 1965 film Die, Monster, Die!, directed by Daniel Haller, is based on "The Colour Out of Space". The film stars Nick Adams, Suzan Farmer, and Boris Karloff. Lovecraft scholar Don G. Smith claims that, of the scenes that are derived from Lovecraft's work, the "blasted heath doesn't live up to Lovecraft's description" [21] [22] and asserts that, overall, the film does not capture Lovecraft's intent to " the idea of an alien life form completely different from anything humans can imagine. " [23] Smith considers Haller's work an imitation of Roger Corman 's Edgar Allan Poe films, rather than a serious attempt to adapt Lovecraft's tale. [21] Another adaptation, The Curse (1987), was directed by David Keith and stars Wil Wheaton, Claude Akins, Cooper Huckabee, and John Schneider. It more closely follows the plot of Lovecraft's work, albeit set in the 1980s. Lovecraft scholar Charles P. Mitchell referred to the film as faithful to the author's original work, but Mitchell claimed that "[t]he last twenty minutes of the film are so disjointed that they virtually ruin the entire film". [24] [25] The 2008 film Colour from the Dark, directed by Ivan Zuccon, is an adaptation set in Italy. The film stars Michael Segal, Debbie Rochon, Marysia Kay, Gerry Shanahan, and Eleanor James. [26] Bloody Disgusting praised the film, stating Zuccon "managed to do the famous writer’s twisted tale of unseen terror a really fair share of justice by capturing the bleak, grotesque and utterly frightening atmosphere of the source material very, very well. " [27] The 2010 film Die Farbe ( The Color), [28] directed by Huan Vu, is an adaptation set in Germany. It is shot mainly in black and white, the exception being the "Colour" itself. S. Joshi described it as "the best Lovecraft film adaptation ever made". [29] The 2018 film Annihilation — itself based on the 2014 novel of the same name by Jeff VanderMeer — contains numerous plot similarities with Lovecraft's story, most prominently a colorful alien entity that crash lands on earth and begins mutating nearby plant and animal life. [30] A new version was adapted by writer/director Richard Stanley [31] and released in 2020 under the title Color Out of Space. This film stars Nicolas Cage, [32] [33] and Joely Richardson, [34] and was produced by Elijah Wood through his production company SpectreVision. [31] Stephen King says that his 1987 novel The Tommyknockers, in which residents of a small town in rural Maine are physically and mentally affected by the emanations from an alien ship unearthed in the nearby woods, and a major character is also named Gardner, was strongly influenced by "The Colour Out of Space. " Like many of his works at that time, it was adapted into a TV miniseries, broadcast in 1993; in 2018 it was reportedly to be developed as a feature film. [35] See also [ edit] 1927 in science fiction Impossible colours Weeds (short story), also known as "The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill" References [ edit] ^ ISFDB.. Retrieved 2020-01-14. ^ Lovecraft, p. 595 ^ a b c d e f Lovecraft, H. (2008). H. 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Screen Comment. 2019-01-23. ^ "Nicolas Cage Nabs Lead in Sci-Fi Thriller 'Color Out of Space ' ". The Hollywood Reporter. 2019-01-25. ^ Miska, Brad (2019-01-23). "Nicolas Cage to Topline Richard Stanley's 'Colour Out of Space'! ". Bloody Disgusting. ^ Kaye, Don (2018-04-21). "Stephen King's The Tommyknockers Heads to Universal After Bidding War". SyFyWire. Retrieved 2019-01-31. External links [ edit] The Colour Out of Space at Faded Page (Canada) The Colour Out of Space title listing at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database.

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