Colour From Out Off space

BAYLOR

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Wasn't there an earlier version with Boris Karloff and Nick Adams?
Die Monster Die . Loosely based on Lovecraft's story . In it own right, it's a pretty decent film.
 

Venusian Broon

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Hmmm, will it's well known that Nic Cage will do any old tosh, as long as it pays, to fund his quest for the holy grail.

So this does not bode well for the quality of the film.
 

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There's a version of The Colour Out Of Space that was done in 2010. It won a few horror film festival awards. I have a copy of it myself. It's low budget from Germany but I think it's pretty decent.
 

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Yea I'd like to see a movie based on the Chtulu mythos (I'd like to read some too)
I don't know if this is still available but you could try looking for this. It's only around 40 minutes long and is done as a silent movie but it's good.

There's also a movie called Cthulhu, which I didn't realise when I bought it, that it was a gay cinema take on the Lovecraft story. Sexuality aside(it doesn't play a big part anyway), it is - again - a fairly decent movie in its own right.

Then you have Lurker Films with a 5 DVD collection of short movies all based on Lovecraft's tales. I have them all and they are all eminently watchable despite being low budget. Lurker Films

All in all. If you're looking for Lovecraft movies, they exist, you just have to do a little digging.:)
 

BAYLOR

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I don't know if this is still available but you could try looking for this. It's only around 40 minutes long and is done as a silent movie but it's good.

There's also a movie called Cthulhu, which I didn't realise when I bought it, that it was a gay cinema take on the Lovecraft story. Sexuality aside(it doesn't play a big part anyway), it is - again - a fairly decent movie in its own right.

Then you have Lurker Films with a 5 DVD collection of short movies all based on Lovecraft's tales. I have them all and they are all eminently watchable despite being low budget. Lurker Films

All in all. If you're looking for Lovecraft movies, they exist, you just have to do a little digging.:)
In the Mouth of Madness 1994 . That one defiantly fits the lovecratain mold. :cool:
 
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