This Forgotten John Carpenter Gem Is Now Free To Stream Online


‘In Search of Darkness Part II’

I dare you to find a horror fan not in love with John Carpenter’s work. Whether you are here for his creepy horror scores or much like Jordan Peele, spend your time reminding the youth that he’s one the greatest of all time, you are somewhere on this bandwagon. 

Most of us have lost countless nights trying to figure out what our favorite Carpenter movie is. With a resume that includes Halloween (1978), The Fog (1980), The Thing (1982), and Christine (1983), it’s no easy task. However, one 1994 supernatural flick is often unjustly left out of the equation. Which is why we’re giddy that this forgotten gem, In The Mouth Of Madness, is now streaming. 

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If you have been meaning to rewatch it, or just need it for your John Carpenter hitlist, you’re in luck. It is currently available on Tubi and Youtube for free. Allow me to tell you more about this creepy Carpenter title.

Rotten Tomatoes Synopsis

“When horror novelist Sutter Cane (Jürgen Prochnow) goes missing, insurance investigator John Trent (Sam Neill) scrutinizes the claim made by his publisher, Jackson Harglow (Charlton Heston), and endeavors to retrieve a yet-to-be-released manuscript and ascertain the writer’s whereabouts. Accompanied by the novelist’s editor, Linda Styles (Julie Carmen), and disturbed by nightmares from reading Cane’s other novels, Trent makes an eerie nighttime trek to a supernatural town in New Hampshire.”

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In The Mouth Of Madness is directed by John Carpenter. It was written by Michael De Luca. The movie stars Sam Neill, Julie Carmen, Jürgen Prochnow, Charlton Heston, Bernie Casey, and John Glover. The movie is produced by Sandy King, who is a frequent collaborator of and married to John Carpenter. 

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Are you as geeked about In The Mouth Of Madness being available to watch for free as I am? That is impossible, but we can talk anyway at @misssharai. However, I might ask you to tell me your favorite John Carpenter movie. Or start gushing about how he charmed all of us at this New York Comic Con. Or maybe talk to you about the cute moment he recently had with Stephen Colbert.


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