A welcome throwback to the saturated sci-fi horrors of decades past, Color Out of Space is a deliciously retro, totally horrifying tale of alien evil from cult director Richard Stanley (Hardware). Nathan Gardner (Nicolas Cage) and his family find their quiet rural lifestyle rudely interrupted when a meteorite crashes into the front yard of their farm. But as their minds, bodies and natural surroundings begin to transmute into a technicolour nightmare, they begin to suspect that the extraterrestrial organism might be more than just a hunk of rock. Based on a hair-raising short story from H.P. Lovecraft.
“A perfect vessel for pure Nicolas Cage” — The Playlist