Sam Neill, Julie Carmen, Jürgen Prochnow, David Warner
Michael De Luca (Screenplay), John Carpenter (Director)
Release: Jun. 18th, 1994
Runtime: 1 hour, 35 minutes
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. Insurance investigator John Trent is sent to investigate Cane's mysterious vanishing act and ends up in the sleepy little East Coast town of Hobb's End.
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Hello guys, when i was a child (something like 13/15 years ago) i was watching with my family a movie i want to found now.
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It's hard to talk about plot because the story is a story of a story and unless this script dropped the ball and warranted dissection, there's nothing that can be said that the movie doesn't wrap up fine on its own.
I thought it might be interesting to note that I originally learned of this movie by looking up John Carpenter's filmography and was encouraged to watch it through a combination of wanting to see Sam Neil in another movie besides Jurassic Park and the open recommendation from Spoony in his tabletop ....
There was no consistent style and the movie continuously wandered from King's modern small town horror to Lovecraftian themes of Stygian depths swarming with ancient malignant beings to comedic weirdness.