The "Magic Mike" star believes he's a hero from another dimension in the upcoming film from the director of "Daniel Isn't Real."
This week on the Sematary: Lovecraftian horror reaches new heights with "COLOR OUT OF SPACE," a film that successfully brings Lovecraft's source material into the modern world.
COLOR is the more successful of the two, while THE TURNING completely falls apart at the ending.
Exclusive Interview: Richard Stanley on “COLOR OUT OF SPACE” and adapting—and refuting—H.P. Lovecraft
How he brought the author’s tale to the screen—and what he felt the need to change.
Exclusive: Richard Stanley talks his upcoming “DUNWICH HORROR”—and the “ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU” series
When THE COLOR OUT OF SPACE arrives in theaters January 24, it will mark the end of Richard Stanley’s seven-year effort to bring H.P. Lovecraft’s classic story to the screen. And the experience was positive enough that he’s reteaming with production company SpectreVision to further explore the eldritch author’s mythos.