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Ezra Godden, Francisco Rabal, Raquel Meroño, Macarena Gómez View All


Stuart Gordon (Director), Dennis Paoli (Screenplay) View All

Release: Oct. 12th, 2001
Runtime: 1 hour, 35 minutes
A boating accident off the coast of Spain sends Paul and his girlfriend Barbara to the decrepit fishing village of Imboca. As night falls, people start to disappear and things not quite human start to appear. Paul is pursued by the entire town. Running for his life, he uncovers Imboca's secret..they worship Dagon, a monstrous god of the sea...and Dagon's unholy offspring are on the loose...
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It's not like there haven't been some noble efforts to do so - John Carpenter's In the Mouth of Madness works as a loose pastiche that does a good job of capturing the essence of the author's signature brand of unknowable cosmic horror while Stuart Gordon's Re-Animator is arguably the best direct ad....
Lovecraft's first published short story and later extended with elements of his last published story, so the entire film is essentially an amalgam of Lovecraft's career span, which isn't to say that "Dagon" is a work of genius or heavyweight film, but certainly doesn't have to try as hard with paddi....
Dagon, helmed by Stuart Gordon, is taken from HPLs The Shadow Over Innsmouth and Dagon, and itd be difficult to find another adaption with a more faithfully ominous atmosphere.
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