Dir.: John Carpenter
Starring: Sam Neill, Julie Carmen, Jürgen Prochnow and David Warner
As far as I am concerned, this review is dreadfully redundant, but that being said, there is no such thing as a bad time to discuss this diamond in the rough film that makes sweet love to the seminal works of Howard Philips Lovecraft which beckons the audience with sinuous tentacles to join in the fun. While fellow film-maker Stuart Gordon seems the go-to when it comes to all things Old Ones, what I wouldn’t give to see Father Carpenter take on this pantheon of unthinkable, despairing, indescribable horrors of the deep beyond because boy howdy In The Mouth Of Madness is a heck of a proving ground.