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Written by Stephen Campbell on November 11, 2019

A solid adaptation, albeit with a bit too much alpaca-based comedy

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 extra-cosmic gulfs it throws open before our frenzied eyes.

Written by SWITCH. on November 20, 2019

Combining the unholy trio of Nicolas Cage, H.P. Lovecraft and Richard Stanley seems like insane brilliance on paper, which is why it’s so disappointing that ‘Color Out of Space’, despite some interesting themes and reverence to alpacas, is a bit of a slog. - Jake Watt

Read Jake's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-color-out-of-space-a-messy-fusion-of-sci-fi-horror-and-comedy

Written by JPV852 on February 15, 2020

Trippy movie for sure, but having never read anything from H.P. Lovecraft, probably don't appreciate it compared to most but visually interesting and also bizarre, felt like Close Encounters of the Third Kind meets Donnie Darko. One thing setting it back was some, presumably, unintentionally funny scenes, one where Cage yells at some fruit. But his performance was alright, and young Madeleine Arthur was probably the standout.

I don't know how to feel, certainly does stand out from the rest in terms of horror-sci-fi, I'll give it that much. 3.0/5

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