In the Mouth of Madness Reviews
Still, it's a nice movie into the Lovecraftian genre.
1987, The world ended at the hand of a cosmic horror beyond human comprehension in "Prince of Darkness."
Now, in 1995, our very reality ends at the hand of Lovecraftian entities that twist the very line between our world and the horrific fiction that a madman wrote for them.
John Carpenter truly is Horror's gift to cinema, his Apocalypse Trilogy is a veritable classic. Watch this film.
The movie In to The Mouth of Madness a movie from 1994 tells the story of John Trent played by Same Neal an insurance investigator who is hired to track down Sutter Cane (Jürgen Prochnow); a psychological horror writer who is said to be more famous then Steven King. Cane disappears after sending his publisher the first two chapters of his highly coveted last book. About a year before his disappearance he started believing that his books were real and that "they" are telling him what to write. John Trent and Linda Styles (Julie Carmen) Canes editor are sent to find Cane on what they believe is a real town in New Hampshire. What they come to find is that all of his hand-picked book art is a map to his demonic basis for his novels. On the road to find Hobbs End they enter a parallel universe where Sutter Cain is now God; they arrive to the haunting city where all of Sutter Canes creatures are coming to life. From there the boundaries or reality and fiction are blurred as Trent tried to find out what is fact and what is an inevitable nightmare. The movie truly captures the reader by Trent's skepticism, its stereotypical 90's bad makeup and truly enticing background story mixed with flashbacks. In to the Mouth of Madness is a true Lovecraftian and King classic that should be on everyone's horror watch list.