2) Color Out of Space
Richard Stanley makes his triumphant return with this stellar adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Colour Out of Space.” The film feels like being trapped in a strange alternate dimension. The incredibly creepy set design and cinematography emphasize the feeling of reality collapsing around them. Nicolas Cage’s transformation is mesmerizing to watch as his mental state gets corrupted in both subtle and staggering ways like the rest of the world. I’m incredibly excited to see where Richard Stanley goes from here.
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