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TIFF Review: Color Out of Space

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Brendan Frye

TIFF Review: Color Out of Space

Few films have managed to capture Lovecraft’s works on celluloid, despite having some of the most expansive and influential works within the horror genre.

Richard Stanley, with Color Out of Space, took on this task, enlisting Nicolas Cage along with a selection of actors at top of their game to bring his first narrative film to the big screen in over 20 years. Sadly, an odd tone, inconsistent visuals, and a bloated runtime lead to an impressive slog of a film.

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