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10cf746e54 She also tells him that Cane's books are known to cause disorientation, memory loss, and paranoia in "less stable readers." Trent remains skeptical, convinced that the disappearance is merely an elaborate publicity stunt. What was even stranger, is that all the terrifying events mentioned in Cane's books came to pass in this innocuous village.more Rating: R Genre: Horror Directed By: John Carpenter Written By: Michael De Luca, Gary B. Do you ever hear from fans who praise the film? Carpenter: One of the great things about being John Carpenter is that I talk to fans, [and] they usually have different movies that they like of mine. Unfortunately, by this point, Carpenter couldn't get any strong studio backing for his projects and as a result his excellent concepts never really took off as well as they could have. .. Id love to develop one.
Everything Carpenter made prior to this has elements all rolled in resulting in classic Carpenter horror mixed with body shock mutations.The plot is creepy as it is surreal. Trent was assisted by Linda Styles, Cane's editor. See more Connections Featured in Midnight Movie Review: In the Mouth of Madness(2011) See more Soundtracks WE'VE ONLY JUST BEGUN Written by Roger Nichols and Paul Williams Performed by The Carpenters Published by Irving Music, Inc. P. In the Mouth of Madness Theatrical release poster Directed by John Carpenter Produced by Sandy King Written by Michael De Luca Starring Sam Neill Julie Carmen Jrgen Prochnow David Warner Charlton Heston Music by John Carpenter Jim Lang Cinematography Gary B. Carpenter for bringing his visions of horror to the silver screen once again. Receptionist See full cast Edit Storyline With the disappearance of hack horror writer Sutter Cane, all Hell is breaking loose.literally! Author Cane, it seems, has a knack for description that really brings his evil creepy-crawlies to life. Back at Arcane Publishing, Trent relates his experiences to Harglow. Trent looks into the portal as Linda narrates his actions from the manuscript.