JOHN CARPENTER’S IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS (1994)

 

 

After the unfortunate misstep of MEMOIRS OF AN INVISIBLE MAN, Carpenter made a return to horror with an incredibly capable cast that includes Sam Neil in one of his best roles. IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS is a conclusion to the “Apocalypse Trilogy” and a sequel of sorts to PRINCE OF DARKNESS, only now the demon or anti-god has found a way to set himself free of the shackles that confine him. This film, at its core, is a very interesting discussion on the role of horror in our society and to some extent the issue of censorship, a weighty discussion wrapped up in a terrifying lovecraftian tale. Written by Michael De Luca, produced by Sandy King.

 

 

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