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Horror; creator - Richard Stanley, H.P. Lovecraft; duration - 111 Min; score - 5031 votes; resume - A secluded farm is struck by a strange meteorite which has apocalyptic consequences for the family living there and possibly the world; USA. I cant wait to see this, im a huge huge fan of lovecraft and im glad to see the mythos get more attention, i just hope they dont mess around with the stories too much, they dont need to remove or add alot of things. and it really shouldnt become a victim of the woke culture cause thats a surefire way to ruin anything. and nick cage gets alot of undeserved shit for his movies, he isnt the best actor but he is an amazing one, he has a wide range, and if he is directed properly and given the right script he is great.

Cage Rage! CaRage. Movie watch color out of space youtube. Poll If you've seen the film, please rate it at this poll. If you haven't seen the film but would like to see the result of the poll click here. Rankings Click here to see rankings for 2020 films Click here to see rankings for every poll done Summary: After a meteorite lands in the front yard of their farm, Nathan Gardner 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. Director: Richard Stanley Writers: screenplay by Scarlett Amaris, Richard Stanley based on the short story by H. P. Lovecraft Cast: 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 Rotten Tomatoes: 86% Metacritic: 69/100 After Credits Scene? No VOD: YouTube, Amazon, Google Play, Vudu, iTunes.

I knew something was different about Richard Stanley's "Color Out of Space" from the opening scene. A young girl casts a spell to save her mother from cancer, and is interrupted by a traveling hydrologist who inquires about the property they find themselves on. Nothing about the dialogue feels right. Are they flirting, or are they uninterested? Are they relatable, or are they caricatures? Stanley walks the razors edge between self-aware camp and poorly executed story telling for the rest of the film. Nicholas Cage delivers another one of his riveting performances, and the film is replete with one liners that you will be reciting in the car all the way back home. But this is not a developed horror film, nor is it a movie whose drama invites the viewer to participate in otherwise heart-wrenching and surreal moments that the family must endure after the arrival of their colorful, space creatures. The reason for that, if Stanley had succeeded, would be that genre horror does not need to provide anything aside from visual thrills for its audience. I think there's something to that, and I would hope that can be reflected in this review. A film not rising to above an average quality does not make its value less than average. Stanley has a good grasp of how to dress his characters. A highlight for me was Tommy Chong's back woods character. Instead of being over the top, Stanley's affection for that personality came through Chong's limited screen time. I wonder what would happen if Stanley let someone else take the reigns on his characers' speaking.

I agree re: ANNIHILATION. Now THAT film was something else. Movie watch color out of space 2016. The baby is real and the Dad is the one that's crazy. Movie Watch Color Out of. “ 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.

Movie watch color out of space video. Movie watch color out of space movie. Movie Watch Color Out of space 2. It was Interesting! I loved the first act and second act of the film more than I did the 3rd act but overall I thought it was a pretty decent flick. 6.8/10 or 7/10, I don't know if I can fully go with the 7 rating but if I will re-watch it eventually in a future it might get higher for me when it comes to rating for me personally. The Visuals and Cinematography for me were the best parts possibly of this film. Nicolas Cage in the 3rd act of the film was just over the top, like a completely different character from the first 2 acts. And some things in the 3rd act just didn't seem to connect or make sense a little for me but yeah anyways if you like Horror films especially if you a fan of H.P Lovecraft then. this could possibly appeal to you. I also think ' In The Mouth Of Madness' with Sam Neill was an awesome film! Which also pays tribute to the work of seminal horror writer H.P Lovecraft, such an underrated film! Check it out if you haven't.

I saw this just before sleeping and my eyes are not shutting now 😒😒. I love M. Night's brain. It is weird and dark and sees things in ways others do not. Movie watch color out of space download. The doll is a doll and the people are actors... I'm guessing. | 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 Nathan’s tomato crop comes in weeks ahead of schedule; the family’s 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 Lovecraft’s 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 Lovecraft’s 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 author’s 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 isn’t 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 Lovecraft’s 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 film’s 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 “Vampire’s 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 town’s mayor (Q’orianka 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 Lovecraft’s 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. 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Seems interesting and misterious and I like his movies. Watch the color out of space movie 2019. Until that day, the color purple had been but a myth, an unfathomable shade of violet once mentioned in the Necronomicon of Abdul Alhazred. As he gazed into the purple abyss, his mind began to unravel. Haha just imagine they did a twist at the end that all killings that was hapinning was her all along. That was really unsettling when he grabbed the baby by the legs, I didn't realize it was a doll lol the doll itself is freaky deeky man. Movie watch color out of space games. The combination of Nick Cage and Lovecraft is will give anyone pause but here Nick has his best film in maybe 20 years and the writers/director/producer pull a big freakin rabbit out of the hat. The score is fantastic, the practical effects will put a smile on Botttin's face, the CGI is beautiful, and the acting is very good. A round on me for the acting. They didn't chicken out either and pushed the story to full cosmic in the end.
It doesn't happen often that you go to a film and are surprised of how good it is. I'll be buying a DVD of The Color Out of Space. Better make that a Blu-ray.
And It would be negligent if a pat on the back to Tommy Chong who did a great job. He really can act.

They enjoy destruction. Cool, but the visual affects make it feel just like a cgi fest. Also- is anyone getting extreme Berzerk vibes. So often we concentrate on Spock and little gray men, but life from the stars that we have no way of relating to is far more horrifying. The space germs. Hell folks we can't handle our own microscopic life. What if such life actually possessed intelligence and will, and wasn't't a virus or bacterium? There would be no survival. Well well done. It would help if they knew how to spell ‘colour... Wow ok i didn't expect that ending.


Wow, I love Nick Cage's succulent British accent. I still think it's so odd that they chose now, with Hollywood's political climate to start adapting Lovecraft. Movie watch color out of space crossword. Movie watch color out of space lyrics. Image formatted for monitors without squant support. A story from 1927 by H. P. Lovecraft inspired by Arthur Machen 's "The Novel of the White Powder" (from the novel The Three Imposters). The story is first told from the perspective of a property investigator visiting the town of Arkham who is surveying prospective sites for a new reservoir. Eventually he starts asking about the mysterious "blasted heath" which the people had been trying to avoid talking about for the entire time. Eventually he finds Ammi, an old man living near the heath, who is willing to explain what happened there and why absolutely nothing can live on that burgeoning plot of land... The story then shifts perspective to Ammi who tells about how the Gardner family found a meteor that had crashed to earth one night and the horrific things that arose because of that. The story is one of several of Lovecraft's that received an audio drama adaptation from the Atlanta Radio Theater Company. Strange as it may seem, elements of this short story surface in the video game Maniac Mansion. It also received a manga adaptation by Gou Tanabe alongside some of Lovecraft's other stories. It has inspired some films: Die, Monster, Die! : starring Boris Karloff, it takes some of the ideas of the novel and then follows a completely different plot. The Curse: starring Wil Wheaton and directed by David Keith, actually has a plot not so unfaithful to the novel. Color From the Dark: Transplants the story from 1890's America to World War II Italy, and the Color comes from deep underground instead of from space. It also changes the Gardner boys into a Composite Character; a mute girl. Die Farbe: A German movie filmed in black and white—except, of course, for the eponymous Colour—which is, sans a few changes, the most faithful adaptation of the original source of the story. It was also a major inspiration for the Color of Madness DLC of Darkest Dungeon. Annihilation (2018): A 2018 horror movie that while adapted from the novel of the same name, it definitely has a identical premise and ideas, with a meteor strike containing an alien presence crashes into a lighthouse and emanates a colorful radiation that negatively affects all organisms it comes into contact with, mainly horrific mutations of the animals and humans who travel into it. Color Out of Space (2020), a film adaptation directed by Richard Stanley and starring Nicolas Cage, was made in 2019. The story can be read here. Provides Examples Of Adult Fear: Poor Nahum gets a lot of this. First his farm, which was his livelihood, gets contaminated and ruined by the color. Then his family starts getting sick. Then his wife goes mad. Then one of his sons goes mad and then dies. And then, after his wife is also dead, his remaining two sons disappear. Aerith and Bob: Thaddeus and Merwin are relatively normal names compared to Nahum, Nabby, and Zenas. Ambiguous Ending: Neither Ammi nor the investigator are sure if drowning the old Gardner farmlands with the reservoir will neutralise the remaining Colour spore or cause it to spread further, but there's little either of them can do about its implementation. Animalistic Abomination: Gardner's animals turn into twisted abominations before dying. Body Horror: The penultimate fate of the Colour's victims. Came from the Sky: That's no normal meteor. The Corruption: On people, plants, buildings and the landscape alike. It even causes affected people to lose their minds. Cruel and Unusual Death: The ultimate fate of the Colour's prey. Affected organisms, including animals and people, turn gray and brittle, and ultimately crumble to dust, alive and conscious until the very end. Driven to Suicide: At least one of the Gardner children killed himself rather than suffer the fate that befell their mother. Eldritch Abomination: The titular Colour is a particularly creepy example because its nature is never discerned—only its effects vis-à-vis Ammi's tale and the nature of the heath itself. It simply crashed on the property one day and anything else is pure speculation. Eldritch Location: The Blasted Heath is a slowly, inexorably expanding area that is completely and totally dead. Nothing lives there— nothing, not even germs or mold. It is a place of rock, dust, and ash. The End... Or Is It? : One blob of light fails to leave the farm's well, implying it's still down there. Energy Being: The Colour is either a living cloud of gas, or this. Assuming it's alive at all. Fictional Colour: Goes without saying. Fisher Kingdom: A meteorite containing a substance of a color and an element unknown to man has landed in the well of a farmhouse. The soil around the well begins to change and a malaise radiates outward, in which all animal, plant, and human life begins to deform and mutate, taking on the color of the meteorite and eventually turning gray and crumbling into dust. And Nahum's story implies that people can't bring themselves to leave the area, even after they grasp that something horrible is happening. Humanoid Abomination: Humans last longer than most creatures affected by the Colour but instead turn into... things that are definitely not human anymore. Ignorance Is Bliss: At one point, the narrative points out that if Ammi Pierce had ever stopped to consider the implications of all the strange things occurring on Nahum's lands, he would have gone completely insane. Light Is Not Good: Everything that gets corrupted eventually starts glowing. A brightly glowing... something that may or may not have been from one of the globules in the meteorite also rises up out of the well and launches itself into the sky, and there's another one still there. Lovecraft Country: One of the Lovecraft stories set in the fictional Arkham county, Massachusetts. Kill It with Water: The investigator decides to make the Blasted Heath the site of a new reservoir, and hopes that it will keep the Colour at bay. Though he vows to never drink the water from that reservoir. Madwoman in the Attic: When Nahum's wife goes mad, Nahum locks her up in the attic. When his son Thaddeus goes insane too, he is treated the same way. Magic Meteor: Except that instead of granting powers, it spreads The Corruption. Mercy Kill: It is strongly implied, though not explicitly stated, that Ammi Pierce kills Mrs. Gardner when he finds her in her mutated state. Ammi would give me no added particulars of this scene, but the shape in the corner does not reappear in his tale as a moving object. There are things which cannot be mentioned, and what is done in common humanity is sometimes cruelly judged by the law. No Biochemical Barriers: Averted. In the early stages of the Corruption, the plants and fruit that grow on the property look unusually large and glossy, but are disgusting to the taste and likely toxic. No Name Given: The name of the property investigator is not revealed. Not Hyperbole: The investigator assumes that people are blowing this "blasted heath" out of proportion until he actually sees it, and realizes the name is actually a bit of an understatement. Pillar of Light: A huge stream of light was coming out of the well just before the Colour departs. Promoted to Love Interest: A romantic subplot is introduced in the radio version between Ammi Pierce and Mrs. Gardner. According to this version they were briefly involved before she got married and she later tries to seduce him again so he'll take her away from Nahum Gardner's irradiated lands before she succumbs to the effects of The Colour. Scenery Porn: Deep dark woods are described in excruciating detail. Science Cannot Comprehend Phlebotinum: Scientists subject the mysterious meteorite to every test and experiment at their disposal and have nothing to show for it by the end. Shown Their Work: Lovecraft wanted to pursue a career in astronomy but was forced to abandon it when he dropped out of school due to health problems. A lot of things he learned about meteorites make it into the story. For instance, the fact that the Colour's meteorite is still hot to the touch after crashing, like most people think real meteorites would be, is a plot point, as it's the first thing that clues the scientists in that there's something not quite right about it. The Smurfette Principle: Nabby is the only female Gardner, and by extension the only woman in the whole short story aside from Ammi's unnamed wife. Starfish Aliens: The Colour. This was Invoked by Lovecraft, who didn't like how human-like aliens were in other works of his time. He took it Up to Eleven too, as the end result is something closer to a bacteria infection, slime mold, or non-living nuclear radiation than anything else. Its motivations, if any, are unknown and possibly unknowable. Is it feeding? Terraforming the planet? Killing for fun? All of the above? None of the above? There Is Another: Played for horror. Pierce notices that when the Colour leaves Earth, a part of it breaks off, try to follow the rest, only to fail and return to the well. Some of the Colour remains on Earth, which in all probability is the reason for the Blasted Heath. Title Drop: "This was no fruit of such worlds and suns as shine on the telescopes and photographic plates of our observatories. This was no breath from the skies whose motions and dimensions our astronomers measure or deem too vast to measure. It was just a colour out of space. A frightful messenger from unformed realms of infinity beyond all nature as we know it. From realms whose mere existence stuns the brain and numbs us with the black, extracosmic gulfs it throws open before our frenzied eyes. " Unfazed Everyman: Ammi is a rather unlikely protagonist for a Lovecraft story. Not only did he keep visiting the Gardener farm long after everyone else was shunning it, he even stayed in his home at the edge of that forest after the whole thing went down, and remained there for the rest of his life. Though the narrator does note that "his head has been a little queer for years", implying that he's at least a little mad. Vampiric Draining: The Colour seems to drain Life Energy from its victims until they're nothing but grey ash. You Cannot Grasp the True Form: The titular "colour" is unlike any color in the normal spectrum, which under conventional logic would suggest it simply being invisible. Maybe it isn't even a colour, as it's only said a colour is the closest thing to which it can be compared. Or, it could be ultraviolet or infrared (more likely the former), which are colors barely out of the human visible spectrum.

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I gave 3 stars for CGI only as the rest is pure garbage... Antillers, The Void, and now this movie I'm so happy to see the return of the cosmic horror in theater.

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