The HORROR returns with In The Mouth Of Madness !

by on May.27, 2012, under Haunted Houses, NETHERWORLD Haunted House

The HORROR returns with In The Mouth Of Madness !

Sunday June 10th – 8pm – Studio Movie Grill Holcomb Bridge

“A reality is just what we tell each other it is.”

Upon the release of his new novel, “Horror in Hobb’s End”, writer Sutter Cane has disappeared without a trace. Responsible for a rash of unusual side-effects in his readers, Cane is believed to have perpetuated the vanishing act as nothing more than a publicity stunt, prompting his publisher to hire an investigator to track him down.

Master horror director John Carpenter (“Halloween”, “The Thing”) has pulled together an incredible cast for his 1994 release “In the Mouth of Madness”, including Sam Neill, David Warner, John Glover, Jürgen Prochnow, and Charleton Heston. An obvious homage to the works of H.P. Lovecraft, this mind-bending tale sends insurance investigator John Trent (Neill) and Cane’s editor (Julie Carmen) into the supposedly fictional town of Hobb’s End – brought to life by a powerful dark force which warps the perception of reality of Cane’s readers.

Hobb’s End, it seems, is populated by living characters from the writings of Sutter Cane, and the town is comprised of landmarks pulled from his books – including the infamous Black Church, a horrible spawning ground of evil. Drawn into the twisted happenings, insurance investigator John Trent (Neill) comes face-to-face with Cane’s true intention: the end of humanity. Is Trent himself merely a product of Cane’s imagination? Is the life he is living truly his life at all, or simply a minor plot point in a much larger story?

Mutations, nightmares, face shreddings and axe murders abound in Carpenter’s film, the final chapter in his “Apocalypse Trilogy” (following “The Thing” and “Prince of Darkness”). “In the Mouth of Madness” proudly wears its love of Lovecraft on its sleeve, with obvious references to story titles and characters. Building its stage on the back of insanity, this stylized movie unfolds like one of H.P.’s tomes, told in flashback from the perspective of a (possible) madman on the brink of collapse. Written by former New Line Cinema President of Production Michael De Luca (“The Lawnmower Man” and “Freddy’s Nightmares”), it was produced for an estimated $14,000,000 – a far cry from the $320,000 production cost of Carpenter’s ground-breaking horror classic “Halloween”.
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