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Richard stanley's first film in decades, serves up a timely reminder of his talents fusing a vivid technicolour nightmare with enough unsettling scenes to keep us interested. The Gardner family adapting to their new life in rural New England, are awoken one night when a multicoloured meteorite crashes into their front yard, melts into the earth & infects both land & time with a strange otherworldly colour. Slowly infecting the family who are unable to leave.
Extremely surprised by the low ratings for this heartfelt mystery drama. When Ig (a very good Radcliffe) is hung out to dry by the whole town in the aftermath of his childhood sweetheart Merrin's (Temple) brutal murder, Ig develops strange horns sprouting from his temples, armed with new found powers he sets out to unearth the shocking truth to the true identity of the murderer in Aja'a hugely enjoyable doomed love story.
Anchored by an excellent Gosling as Danny a racist skinhead who, because of his supreme intelligence leads a gang of dedicated followers against the supposed Jewish conspiracy for domination. Gosling excels as Danny questioning the whole Judaism faith & fighting his inner demons as he is in fact Jewish.
Steven King adaptations haven't always gone to plan with the exception of the likes of "The Shining, Carrie & Misery to name but a few but John Carpenter's hugely enjoyable "Christine" hits the spot with a fun take on the possessed 1958 Plymouth Fury & Its obsessed owner Arnie (Gordon) as Christine changes, so does Arnie, going from bullied nerd to a new found confidence & arrogance from the influence of Christine.