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Movie Info After a meteorite lands in the front yard of their farm, Nathan Gardner (Nicolas Cage) and his family find themselves battling a mutant extraterrestrial organism as it infects their minds and bodies, transforming their quiet rural life into a technicolor nightmare
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Peter Sobczynski January 23, 2020 According to IMDb, the seemingly inexhaustible Nicolas Cage has no fewer than six additional movies in various stages of production that are currently scheduled for release in 2020, ranging from high-profile studio outings to the kind of demented head-scratchers that he somehow manages to sniff out in the manner of a pig finding truffles. And yet, none of these films may be able to top his latest effort, Color Out of Space. in terms of sheer nuttiness. Considering that the film takes its inspiration from one of the most famous short stories by the legendarily weird H. P. Lovecraft, and was directed and co-written by Richard Stanley (making his first stab at narrative filmmaking since being fired from his remake of “The Island of Dr. Moreau” after only a few days of shooting) there was very little chance that it was every going to be just another run-of-the-mill project. However, the addition of Cage to the already heady cinematic brew definitively puts it over the top, making it the kind of cult movie nirvana that was its apparent destiny from the moment the cameras started rolling. Advertisement The film centers on the Gardner family, who have recently left the hustle and bustle of the city for a more bucolic life in a remote house near a lake in the deep woods of Massachusetts. While father Nathan (Cage) is gung-ho about becoming a farmer and raising alpacas (“the animal of the future”) despite no discernible talent for either, wife Theresa ( Joely Richardson) is preoccupied with recovering from a recent mastectomy, eldest son Benny ( Brendan Meyer) is off getting stoned most of the time, teen daughter Lavinia (Madeline Arthur) vents her annoyance at the move by dabbling in the black arts with her paperback copy of “The Necronomicon” and young son Jack ( Julian Hilliard) more often than not simply gets lost in the shuffle. The Gardners are not crazy or hostile in any way, but it also becomes quickly obvious that their isolation has begun to drive them all a bit batty.  That weirdness escalates one night when the sky turns an almost indescribable shade of fuchsia, and a meteorite crashes into their front yard. Although the meteorite itself soon crumbles away, strange things begin happening in its wake. A batch of new and heretofore unseen flowers begin blooming while Nathans tomato crop comes in weeks ahead of schedule; the familys phones, computers, and televisions are constantly being distorted by waves of static that render them all but useless. The Gardners themselves begin exhibiting signs of strange behavior as well: Nathan begins acting daffier than usual, flying off into rages at the drop of the hat; a seemingly dazed Theresa chops off the tops of a couple of her fingers while cutting carrots; Jack is constantly staring and whistling at a well that he claims contains a “friend. ” Before long, everything in the area begins mutating in indescribable ways, and while Benny and Lavinia recognize what is happening around them, even they appear to be powerless to escape the grip of whatever is behind everything. The stories of H. Lovecraft have inspired, directly or otherwise, any number of films over the years but with very few exceptions (chiefly Stuart Gordon s cult classics “ Re-Animator ” and “ From Beyond ”) most of them have not been especially good. In most cases, the problem is that Lovecrafts stories tended to focus on indescribable horrors and much of the impact for the reader came from taking the vague hints that he did parcel out and then picturing it in their own minds, where their imaginations had no limitations or budgetary restrictions. To successfully adapt one of his works, a filmmaker needs either an unlimited budget to try to bring his horrors fully to life, or the kind of unlimited imagination that allows them to take Lovecrafts suggestions and go off in their own unusual directions. When these requirements are missing, the results can be fairly dire, as anyone who saw “The Curse, ” a dire low-budget 1987 adaptation of Color of Outer Space, can attest. In this case, the film works because it is clear that Stanley is not only working on the same wavelength as Lovecraft was when he wrote the original story, but has managed to transform the authors decidedly purple prose into cinematic terms. Take the titular color, for example. In the original story, it is never properly described to us other than being of a shade never before seen on the typical color spectrum. That sort of non-description description can work on the page but isnt especially helpful as a guide for someone who has to bring it to life. Stanley proves himself to be up to the challenge, and hits upon a wild color scheme that honors Lovecrafts intentions by bathing everything in a genuinely otherworldly tinge. Not content to rest there, he builds upon that weirdness with an equally vivid soundscape, including a creepily effective score by Colin Stetson. Stetson's score shifts levels of reality in aural terms and conjure up the kind of terrors that are even harder to shake than the numerous and undeniably eye-popping physical mutations on display. Stanley also manages to work the films additional otherworldly element—Cage's performance—organically into the material, without losing any of its total strangeness in the process. For fans of oddball cinema, a Cage-Stanley collaboration is the stuff dreams are made of. In that respect, it does not disappoint. Obviously, once things go crazy in the second half, Cage brings out the weirdness full force (even randomly employing the wheeling vocal tic that he used decades earlier in “Vampires Kiss”.  But what is interesting is that, instead of making Nathan into a completely normal guy who does an immediate 180 as a result of the strange occurrences, he and Stanley instead see him as a guy who is already a bit off right from the start, albeit in endearingly oddball ways. As a result of his work in these early scenes, there is an unexpected degree of poignance that he brings to the proceedings later on even as things go fully gonzo. The chief problem with “Color Out of Space” is that, at nearly two full hours, it is a little too much of a good thing at times, with some plot elements—chiefly one involving potentially shady dealings by the towns mayor (Qorianka Kilcher)—that could have easily been jettisoned. For the most part, however, the film is the kind of audacious and deliriously messed-up work that fans of Stanley, Cage, and cult cinema have been rooting for ever since the existence of the project became known. Both as an effective cinematic translation of Lovecrafts particular literary skills, and as a freakout of the first order with sights and sounds that will not be easily forgotten, this is one of those films that I suspect is going to grow in significance and popularity in due time. Hopefully it will serve as just the first of many collaborations between Stanley and Cage, two decidedly kindred artistic spirits. Reveal Comments comments powered by.

Movie Die Farbe aus de malle. Movie die farbe aus dem all day. “ It was a scene from a vision of Fuseli, and over all the rest reigned that riot of luminous amorphousness, that alien and undimensioned rainbow of cryptic poison from the well—seething, feeling, lapping, reaching, scintillating, straining, and malignly bubbling in its cosmic and unrecognisable chromaticism. „ ~ HPL, The Colour Out Of Space" The Colour Out of Space was an extraterrestrial force or entity featured in H. P. Lovecraft's tale of the same name. It arrived on Earth via meteorite, and infected a large swath of Arkham, Massachusetts that would subsequently become known as the "Blasted Heath. The colour was said to have "poisoned" the soil around where it had landed. It appeared to have "infected" the local plant life and the results were great discolorations in the flowers, grass, and trees. In the later stages of the infection, the plants became grey and developed “a highly singular quality of brittleness”. Along with the discoloration came the ruining of fruit and vegetables grown along with the abnormal behavior of the plants during the night. The flowers would glow in the darkness and the trees seemed to reach out to the sky and move without the wind. In addition to the destruction and alteration of the plant life, the livestock of the Gardner farm, which was in close proximity, underwent strange and groteque mutations and fell into a grusome state of grayish decay before ultimatly dying, leaving behind a useless and unedible meat. Upon the arrival of the entity, the Gardner family descended into madness, poor health, and ultimately death, with the last surviving member being Nahum Gardner, who described the entity as a "sucking, burning thing that is not of God's work. " Ultimately, the entity departs from Earth to return where it came from, but another, smaller part is believed to be still in the former Gardner's farm, as the valley is said to continue to slowly decay year by year. Gallery Edit This article is a stub. You can help the The H. Lovecraft Wiki by expanding it.

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Movie die farbe aus dem all in one. "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 writers 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. Lovecraft: Complete and Unabridged. New York City: Barnes & Noble. p. 1098. ISBN   978-1-4351-0793-9. ^ Lovecraft, p. 598 ^ Lovecraft, p. 601 ^ Burleson, Donald R. (1983. Lovecraft, a critical study. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 243. ISBN   0-313-23255-5. ^ a b c Joshi, S. (2001. A dreamer and a visionary: H. Lovecraft in his time. Liverpool University Press. p. 422. ISBN   0-85323-946-0. ^ Murray, Will, Sources for 'The Colour Out of Space. Crypt of Cthulhu No. 28 (Yuletide 1984) pp. 3-5; cited in S. Joshi, Annotated Lovecraft, p. 70. ^ Troy, Andy (August 2015. A Stalking Monster" The Influence of Radiation Poisoning on H. Lovecraft's "The Colour out of Space. Lovecraftian Proceedings No. 1: Papers from Necronomicon Providence 2013, New York: Hippocampus Press, pp. 33–51 ^ a b c d Joshi, S. (1996. A Subtler Magick: The Writings and Philosophy of H. Lovecraft. Rockville, Maryland: Wildside Press. p. 316. ISBN   1-880448-61-0. ^ a b Joshi, S. T. The Sources for 'From Beyond. Crypt of Cthulhu No. 38 (Eastertide 1986) 15-19 ^ a b c Joshi, S. Schultz, David E. An H. Lovecraft encyclopedia. pp. 43, 294. ISBN   0-313-31578-7. ^ Ashley, Mike; Lowndes, Robert A. W. (2004. The Gernsback Days: A Study of the Evolution of Modern Science Fiction From 1911 to 1936. p. 80. ISBN   0809510553. ^ a b Ashley, Michael (2000. The History of the science fiction magazine. p. 320. ISBN   0-85323-855-3. ^ Burleson, Donald R. (1990. Lovecraft: disturbing the universe. University Press of Kentucky. p. 170. ISBN   0-8131-1728-3. ^ Burleson, Critical" p. 135 ^ Joshi, Subtler" p. 137 ^ Bleiler, E. and Bleiler, Richard, Science-fiction: the Gernsback years: a complete coverage of the genre magazines from 1926 through 1936. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1998. ISBN   9780873386043 (p. 261-2. ^ Gaiman, Neil (2012. Short Stories. FAQs » Books, Short Stories, and Films... Retrieved 2012-12-18. ^ D'Ammassa, Don (2009-01-01. Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Horror Fiction. New York City: Infobase Publishing. p. 315. ISBN   1438109091. ^ a b Smith, Don G. (2006. Lovecraft in popular culture. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company. p. 173. ISBN   0-7864-2091-X. ^ Smith, p. 45 ^ Smith, p. 47 ^ Mitchell, Charles P. The complete H. Lovecraft filmography. p. 249. ISBN   0-313-31641-4. ^ Mitchell, p. 115 ^ Colour from the Dark on IMDb ^ Staff (2008-11-30. MOVIES: Colour From The Dark. Retrieved 2017-10-27. ^ The Color Out of Space on IMDb ^ Joshi, S. (2014-05-16. May 16, 2014. Retrieved 2016-03-30. ^ Anderson, Kyle (2018-02-28. Alex Garland's Annihilation is More Lovecraftian Than You Thought. Retrieved 2018-03-05. ^ a b Webster, Christopher. "Richard Stanley's H. Lovecraft Flick COLOR OUT OF SPACE Is Happening. Quiet Earth. Retrieved 26 October 2019. ^ Richard Stanley is back in the saddle again, will direct 'Color out of space. starring Nicolas Cage. 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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Color Out of Space Theatrical release poster Directed by Richard Stanley Produced by Daniel Noah Josh C. Waller Elijah Wood Lisa Whalen Written by Richard Stanley Scarlett Amaris Based on " The Colour Out of Space " by H. P. Lovecraft Starring Nicolas Cage Joely Richardson Madeleine Arthur Q'orianka Kilcher Tommy Chong Music by Colin Stetson Cinematography Steve Annis Edited by Brett W. Bachman Production company XYZ Films ACE Pictures Entertainment SpectreVision Distributed by RLJE Films [1] Release date September 7, 2019 ( TIFF) 2] January 24, 2020 (United States) Running time 111 minutes [3] Country United States Portugal Malaysia Language English Box office 715, 193 [4] 5] Color Out of Space is a 2019 American science fiction cosmic horror [6] film directed by Richard Stanley, based on the short story " The Colour Out of Space " by H. Lovecraft. It stars Nicolas Cage, Joely Richardson, Madeleine Arthur, Q'orianka Kilcher and Tommy Chong. This is Stanley's first feature film directed since his firing from The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996. 7] According to Stanley, it is the first film in a trilogy of Lovecraft adaptations, which he hopes to follow up with an adaptation of The Dunwich Horror. [8] Plot [ edit] In the wake of his wife Theresa's mastectomy, Nathan Gardner moves his family to a rural farm where he attempts to grow tomatoes and raise alpacas for their milk. His daughter, Lavinia, takes up Wicca and performs rituals in hopes of restoring her mother's health. One of these rituals is interrupted by the arrival of Ward, a hydrologist surveying the water table in planning for a hydroelectric dam. The family is strained by the move - Theresa, a financial adviser, is losing clients because she cannot get a reliable internet signal in their remote location; Nathan feels neglected because they have not had sex since her surgery six months ago and the rest of his family does not take his attempts at farming seriously; his son Benny hangs with Ezra, a local hermit, and has started smoking pot; his youngest son Jack is withdrawn and only interacts with their family dog, Sam. One night, Nathan convinces Theresa that despite her feelings of mutilation she is still attractive, and they begin to have sex, but they are interrupted when a brilliantly glowing meteor crash lands in their front yard. The rock emits an unearthly Color which distorts the world around it and causes Nathan to detect a horrific smell. Later, Benny and Lavinia witness the meteor being struck by several bolts of lightning. The next morning, the meteor is no longer glowing and is crumbling to dust. Ward, along with the mayor and the sheriff of the nearby town of Arkham arrive to see it. Ward notices that the groundwater has taken on an oily sheen and tests it. When his test strips begin to glow brightly with the Color, he advises the Gardners not to drink it, but he cannot convince the mayor to do anything since she does not want to scare off the dam developers. Jack becomes obsessed with a well which stands a few feet from where the meteor landed. Strange, brightly colored vegetation begins growing around it, mutated insects fly out of it and Jack insists he can hear a man in there. Nathan and Ward visit Ezra, who plays a tape recording for them of what he says are creatures moving around underground. A news crew arrives to interview Nathan about the meteor, but it has mysteriously vanished and Nathan comes off looking like a drunken fool. Later, while Theresa is preparing dinner, she absentmindedly cuts off two of her fingers. While Nathan rushes her to the hospital, he leaves Benny in charge, but things quickly get out of hand as Benny finds the alpacas uncontrollable, Sam runs away and Jack is traumatized by something he saw in the well. Nathan excoriates Benny and Lavinia, lashing out with uncharacteristic rage. He tries to take a shower but is interrupted when a squid-like creature emerges from the drain. The next day, after Nathan tries to harvest his tomatoes - which have all turned out misshapen and inedible - he and Theresa get into a fight when the internet goes out again and she loses a client. The next night, Theresa hears Jack screaming in the barn and rushes to his aid. To their horror, something awful has happened to Sam and the alpacas, and they try to flee the barn only to be struck by several bolts of Color lightning which fuses mother and child together into a single, deranged mass. Unable to start the car or call for help as all electronic devices have started malfunctioning, Nathan and the other children carry the monster into the attic where they struggle to decide what to do about the miserable, gibbering thing. Nathan, enraged at what the Color has done to his family, gets a shotgun and enters the barn, where he finds Sam and all of his alpacas fused together, and he destroys the resulting creature. He returns to the attic, orders his children to leave, and prepares to put down his mutated wife and son, but he cannot go through with it. Lavinia tries to perform a Wiccan ceremony to save her family, mutilating herself in the process. She and Benny conspire to run away from the farm, but as they are preparing to leave, Benny hears Sam whining down in the well and insists on going down after him. The Color bursts from the water and kills him, driving Lavinia insane. Losing his grip on sanity, Nathan locks Lavinia in the attic with the monster, which has now grown aggressive and attacks her. Ward and the sheriff arrive and break into the attic, and Nathan shoots the creature. As they exit the house, the Color erupts out of the well and drives Nathan insane. He tries to shoot the Color, but the sheriff mistakes Nathan's aim for Ward and shoots Nathan, who dies in Lavinia's arms. Lavinia declares she will not leave. Still intent on leaving, Ward and the sheriff go to pick up Ezra, but only find his dessicated corpse and a recording he left behind, where he surmises that the Color is attempting to remake Earth into "something it knows. The corpse implodes, raining Color down everywhere, and a tree comes to life and kills the sheriff while Ward flees. Ward arrives and attempts to rescue Lavinia, but the Color explodes from the well and roars into the sky in a towering funnel. Lavinia touches him and shares with him her vision of where the Color hails from – a horrific sector of outer space inhabited by repulsive, tentacled alien entities similar to itself – and as he is traumatized, she dissolves into dust from her corruption. Attempting to save himself, Ward hides in the farmhouse, where space and time begin to unravel around him as he is confronted by jumbled visions of the Gardner family, and attacked by a murderous apparition of Nathan speaking in all of the family's voices, and narrowly hides in the wine cellar as the Color vanishes into the sky, tearing down the house and leaving the surrounding farmland a "blasted heath" covered in ash and drained of all color and life except for Ward himself. In an epilogue, Ward stands on top of the finished dam, and says that knowing what he knows about this place, he will never drink its water. Cast [ edit] Nicolas Cage as Nathan Gardner Joely Richardson as Theresa Gardner Madeleine Arthur as Lavinia Gardner Brendan Meyer as Benny Gardner Julian Hilliard as Jack Gardner Elliot Knight as Ward Phillips Q'orianka Kilcher as Mayor Tooma Tommy Chong as Ezra Josh C. Waller as Sheriff Pierce Production [ edit] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. January 2020) Richard Stanley 's mother, Penny Miller, was a huge fan of H. [9] She read Lovecraft's works to Stanley when he was young. [9] At the age of 12 or 13, he read " The Colour Out of Space. which has "always been a part of [his] psychological makeup. 9] When his mother suffered from cancer, Stanley read Lovecraft's works to her in her declining years. [9] Stanley initially announced the project in 2013, showcasing a proof of concept trailer online. [10] 11] In September 2015, it was announced that Spectrevision would be producing the film with a projected start date of early 2016. [12] After many delays, it was announced in December 2018 that Nicolas Cage had signed to play the lead role and that filming would begin in early 2019. [13] 14] In January 2019, the production announced additional cast members including stars Joely Richardson, Tommy Chong, Elliot Knight, Julian Hilliard and Q'Orianka Kilcher. [15] 16] Filming took place in Portugal [17] in February 2019. [18] Release [ edit] Color Out of Space premiered on September 7, 2019 in the Midnight Madness portion of the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. [19] On September 6, 2019, it was announced that RLJE Films acquired U. S. rights in a low-mid seven figure deal. [1] Following select preview screenings on January 22, the film was released in 81 theaters in the United States on January 24, 2020. [20] With previews and the first weekend box office, the film grossed 358, 154 over four days. [4] Critical response [ edit] On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, Color Out of Space holds an approval rating of 84% based on 141 reviews, and an average rating of 6. 66/10. Its consensus reads, A welcome return for director Richard Stanley, Color Out of Space mixes tart B-movie pulp with visually alluring Lovecraftian horror and a dash of gonzo Nicolas Cage. 21] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 70 out of 100, based on 8 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews. 22] Chris Bumbray from Arrow in the Head rated the film a score of 7/10, praising the film's performances, visual style and effects while noting the film's length. Bumbray summarized his review by writing, While it's maybe a touch slow and arty for hardcore horror fans, Color Out of Space is still a handy comeback for Richard Stanley, who hasn't lost a beat. 23] Mary Beth Andrews from Daily Grindhouse gave the film a positive review, writing, His [Richard Stanley] film successfully captures the madness of Lovecraft's work and is a dazzling modern interpretation. Lovecraft is notoriously hard to adapt, but Stanley walks the fine line between horror and existential dread to create a successful adaptation. 24] Deborah Young from The Hollywood Reporter offered the film similar praise, writing, 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. 25] Jonathan Barkan of Dread Central awarded the film 3. 5 out of 5 stars, praising the film's visual style, special effects, and soundtrack, while criticizing the film's first and third act. Nevertheless, Barken summarized his review by stating, Gorgeous, vibrant, and terrifying, Color Out of Space is packed with Lovecraftian creatures and cosmic infections galore. It's not perfect but goddamn is it a wild ride. 26] Dennis Harvey from Variety gave the film a mostly positive review, noting the film's uneven tone, full-bore" climax, and Cage's "arbitrarily oddball" performance; while praising the film's otherworldly imagery, cinematography, and direction. [27] The Skinny ' s Katie Goh gave to the film a rating of 3 on 5, stating that. Colour Out of Space is at its best when Stanley goes for this subtle and intelligent filmmaking, gesturing at the horror rather than pushing it in our faces. 28] Accolades [ edit] References [ edit] a b "Nicolas Cage's 'Color Out of Space' Bought Ahead of Toronto Premiere. Variety. 2019-09-06. ^ Color Out of Space. TIFF. ^ Color Out of Space. Toronto International Film Festival. Archived from the original on 2019-08-08. Retrieved 2019-08-14. ^ a b. The Last Full Measure' And 'Color Out Of Space' Have Solid Debuts, Parasite' Crosses 30M – Specialty Box Office. Deadline Hollywood. 2020-01-26. ^ Color Out of Space (2019. Box Office Mojo. Retrieved February 7, 2020. ^ White, James (November 7, 2019. Nicolas Cage Confronts Lovecraftian Horror In The Color Out Of Space Trailer. Film. Retrieved November 22, 2019. ^ Nicolas Cage Nabs Lead in Sci-Fi Thriller 'Color Out of Space. 2019-01-23. ^ Color Out of Space Spoilers & Richard Stanley's Lovecraft Trilogy Plans - The Witching Hour" – via. ^ a b c d Whittaker, Richard (September 19, 2019. Fantastic Fest Interview: Richard Stanley Sees the Color Out of Space. The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved November 22, 2019. ^ Davis, Mike (July 25, 2013. Richard Stanley to direct New "Colour Out of Space" movie (with teaser trailer. ^ » RICHARD STANLEY IS WORKING ON AN ADAPTATION OF LOVECRAFT'S THE COLOUR OUT OF SPACE. ^ Richard Stanley's H. Lovecraft Flick COLOR OUT OF SPACE Is Happening. 2015-09-24. ^ Richard Stanley is back in the saddle again, will direct 'Color out of space. starring Nicolas Cage. 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 (January 23, 2019. Nicolas Cage to Topline Richard Stanley's 'Colour Out of Space. Bloody Disgusting. ^ Bachman, Brett W. (May 24, 2019. Picture lock on Richard Stanley's adaptation of H. Lovecraft's COLOR OUT OF SPACE. A @ SpectreVision. ^ Collis, Clark (November 6, 2019. Nicolas Cage-starring Color Out of Space trailer teases otherworldly horrors. Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved November 22, 2019. ^ McNary, Dave. "Nicolas Cage to Star in Horror Movie 'Color Out of Space. Retrieved November 22, 2019. ^ Toronto unveils Midnight Madness, Discovery, TIFF Docs, Cinematheque. Screen Daily, August 8, 2019. ^ Erbland, Kate (November 8, 2019. Color Out of Space' Trailer: Nicolas Cage Tackles H. Lovecraft in Trippy Alien Invasion Thriller. IndieWire. Retrieved November 22, 2019. ^ Color Out of Space (2020. Rotten Tomatoes. Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved 22 January 2020. ^ Color Out of Space Reviews. Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 21 January 2020. ^ Bumbray, Chris. "Color Out of Space (TIFF 2019 Movie Review. Chris Bumbray. Retrieved 12 September 2019. ^ Andrews, Mary. TIFF 2019 REVIEW] DESCEND INTO TECHNICOLOR MADNESS WITH 'COLOR OUT OF SPACE. Mary Beth McAndrews. Retrieved 12 September 2019. ^ Young, Deborah. Color Out of Space' Review. Deborah Young. Retrieved 12 September 2019. ^ Barken, Jonathan. "TIFF 2019: COLOR OUT OF SPACE Review - Gorgeous, Scary, Unhinged - Dread Central. Dread. Jonathan Barken. Retrieved 12 September 2019. ^ Harvey, Dennis. Color Out of Space' Review – Variety. Dennis Harvey. Retrieved 12 September 2019. ^ Goh, Katie. "TIFF 2019: Colour Out of Space. Katie Goh. Retrieved 23 September 2019. ^ Tsirbas, Christos (September 8, 2019. Toronto: Nicolas Cage Tells Spotlight Initiative Awards Art Is "Healthiest Medicine. Retrieved November 22, 2019. External links [ edit] Color Out of Space on IMDb.

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Critics Consensus A welcome return for director Richard Stanley, Color Out of Space mixes tart B-movie pulp with visually alluring Lovecraftian horror and a dash of gonzo Nicolas Cage. 85% TOMATOMETER Total Count: 142 81% Audience Score Verified Ratings: 86 Color Out of Space Ratings & Reviews Explanation Tickets & Showtimes The movie doesn't seem to be playing near you. Go back Enter your location to see showtimes near you. Color Out of Space Videos Photos Movie Info After a meteorite lands in the front yard of their farm, Nathan Gardner (Nicolas Cage) and his family find themselves battling a mutant extraterrestrial organism as it infects their minds and bodies, transforming their quiet rural life into a technicolor nightmare. Rating: NR Genre: Directed By: Written By: In Theaters: Jan 24, 2020 limited Runtime: 110 minutes Studio: RLJE Films Cast News & Interviews for Color Out of Space Critic Reviews for Color Out of Space Audience Reviews for Color Out of Space Color Out of Space Quotes Movie & TV guides.
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Movie Die Farbe aus dem all things. A FILM BY: Richard Stanley WRITTEN BY: Scarlett Amaris, H. P. Lovecraft (short story) STARRING: Nicolas Cage, Joely Richardson, Madeleine Arthur, Brendan Meyer, Julian Hilliard, Elliot Knight, QOrianka Kilcher, Tommy Chong After a meteorite lands in the front yard of their farm, Nathan Gardner (Nicolas Cage) and his family find themselves battling a mutant extraterrestrial organism as it infects their minds and bodies, transforming their quiet rural life into a living nightmare. Based on the classic H. Lovecraft short story,  Color  Out of Space is “gorgeous, vibrant and terrifying” (Jonathan Barkan, Dread Central. “Full-bore, glorious B-movie Cage: Cranked up to 11, spattered with gore and bellowing about alpacas. ”. New York Post Technical Information Production Year: 2019 Country of Origin: United States Language: English Run Time: 111 mins Format: DCP.

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Movie die farbe aus dem alley. Spectacular adaptation of one of HPL's better known shorts which he considered one of his best works and which has been done and done again before (Colour from the Dark, Di Farbe, the Curse. The CGI in this movie is excellent and in particular, the sequence near the end where the home world of the entity is shown for a short time - writhing masses, strange machinery, tendrils, gloom under a black sun, foreboding - absolutely epic and true to what HPL would have envisaged in his mired imagination.
The soundtrack is also exceptional, as is most of the acting. And Tommy Chong is in it as a hermit philosopher stoner type with pounding psychedelic 1970's music emanating from his hut. Overall, there is no doubt in my mind that this is the best adaptation of any of HPL's stories yet, by far, and I've seen them all - having been an aficionado of the mythos since my early life back in the 1960's. This director has done an amazing job of bringing this most difficult of concepts to the screen and I wait for more from him and his team.
A final word. One of the reviewers gave this movie a poor score based partly on a perceived similarity with Annihilation. Well, the similarity is because Annihilation, just like the Blob and many others, was influenced by HPL's 1927 story and this movie is a faithful adaptation of that same story. And, Annihilation was also an excellent movie - as is this movie.

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