If Evil ends up in the garden

Actually want Nathan Gardner (Nicolas Cage) breed only alpacas. Together with his wife, Theresa (Joely Richardson) and their three children, he has taken on the

If Evil ends up in the garden

Actually want Nathan Gardner (Nicolas Cage) breed only alpacas. Together with his wife, Theresa (Joely Richardson) and their three children, he has taken on the secluded farm of his dead father, and made a little Paradise.

falls But one day, the Evil from the sky: Nathan grade wants to sleep with his wife – there's a huge Bang and a blinding glow of Light. The Gardner's to look outside and in the garden a meteorite. Of the rocks a pink is light, and the next day he has vanished into thin air. For it to grow to the crash, pink centre flowers. The Vegetation and animals in the vicinity of the farm are starting to change, and also the family Gardner is acting in an increasingly strange.

horror movie with Nicolas Cage: "Color Out of Space". Video: YouTube/RLJE film

The South African Richard Stanley was a demon at the beginning of the 90s with two trashy Horror movies for cult Director: In "Hardware" (1990) is a Cyborg on a rampage, in "Dust Devil" (1992) a Desert. "The Island of Dr. Moreau" (1996) with Marlon Brando was supposed to be Stanley's big breakthrough – the production was, however, disastrous. Stanley was fired during the shoot, and another Director replaced.

Then he made mostly documentaries, the Lovecraft adaptation of "the Color Out of Space" is, after more than twenty years, his return to the horror film. The new plant, however, is just as oblique as his early work: a visually exuberant color trip with black Humor, a lot of Cursing a shrill, Nicolas Cage and, with slimy monsters: The pink lights ensures, among other things, that Nathans alpacas mutate to awful type.

The jokes can be pretty silly: As occurs in a supporting role Tommy Chong, known as one half of the Komikerduos Cheech and Chong. In "Color Out of Space" plays Chong is a forest Goblin who gets stoned all the time – and a cat named G-Spot. Admittedly, with the subtle Horror of H. P. Lovecraft's short story, all that has to do only on the edge. But it is extremely entertaining.

From Thu 5.3. in the cinema

Created: 05.03.2020, 09:16 PM

Updated Date: 05 March 2020, 20:01

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