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    Richard Stanley Adapting H.P. Lovecraft's Color Out of Space


    Indie-horror company SpectreVision has confirmed that it will produce Richard Stanley’s new film, Color Out of Space, his first movie since 1992’s Dust Devil. The film is an adaptation of famed “weird” author H.P. Lovecraft’s short story, “The Colour Out of Space,” about a meteorite that drives people insane. Stanley will direct and pen the screenplay for the project, which he has been working on for several years. “There needs to be a scary Lovecraft movie,” Stanley said last year. “I want to make a bad trip film and ‘The Colour…’ definitely has what it takes to be a very, very bad trip indeed.”
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    Hell yes.

    This will be awesome I hope....Is Val Kilmer attatched yet???

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    Neat artwork for this.

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    Cautiously optimistic. His first two films are fantastic, but it has been a few years since he did em.
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    Hoping for the best for this. The Colour Out of Space was already loosely adapted in 1987's mediocre The Curse.
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    And DIE, MONSTER, DIE! (1965) with Karloff. (Shout Factory's blu is very nice.)

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    Karloffian slip.
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    Ha, and I just watched it too. It's very Poe for a Lovecraft. Also, Richard Stanley reminds me of Price, somehow. I could see him wearing the hell out a pair of Ligeia specs.

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    Stanley's MOTHER OF TOADS segment in THE THEATRE BIZARRE was the only worthwhile one, so I'm hopeful he's still got whatever it is he's got.

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    Die Farbe takes a solid crack at the story.

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