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In the Mouth of Madness (1994) (1995)

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Sam Neill Sam Neill
John Trent
Julie Carmen Julie Carmen
Linda Styles
Jürgen Prochnow Jürgen Prochnow
Sutter Cane
David Warner David Warner
Dr. Wrenn
John Glover John Glover
Saperstein
Bernie Casey Bernie Casey
Robinson
Peter Jason Peter Jason
Mr. Paul
Charlton Heston Charlton Heston
Jackson Harglow


Written by
Michael De Luca Michael De Luca
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A proper horror film!

8 years, 7 months ago at Jul 11 16:29
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"Every species can smell its own extinction. The last ones left won't have a pretty time with it. In ten years, maybe less, the human race will just be a bedtime story for their children. A myth, nothing more."

With the horror scene of the 21st Century plagued by sequels, remakes, dumb teenage protagonists and predictable jump scares, it's refreshing to dabble in genre classics and ... read more

A very good movie

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I remember it very well, 20 years ago, for some reasons, I actually saw this flick in the movie theater when it was released. I wonder how I actually ended up watching the damned thing but, back then, I thought it was quite fascinating to behold. Indeed, I was much younger, around 15 years old, I had never seen anything like this and it had quite an impact on me.  Back then, I wasn’t really fam... read more
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When popular horror writer Sutter Cane goes missing, his publisher hires investigator John Trent to find him. Trent tracks Cane to a small New England town, which is filled with nightmare scenes right out of the author's books. Encountering one gruesome scene after another, Trent wonders if Cane's fans have gone psychotic and begun imitating his writings, or his "novels" are really nonfiction.
Release date: 3 February 1995
UPC: 794043490729
Tags: Horror (22), Thriller (7), 1990s (6), Fantasy (5), Lovecraft (5), 1994 (5), Mystery (4), 1995 (4), Usa (3), Occult (3), John Carpenter (2), (2), North America (2), Cthulhu (2), Novel (2), Mutation (1), Rage (1), Publisher (1), H.p. Lovecraft (1), Insurance (1)
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