New Line Cinema
Cargill and I once again stare into the illimitable carrion pit of underappreciated 90s horror, and what spills upward is our immutable shared affection for Madness. That is to say, John Carptenter’s In The Mouth of Madness.
We discuss the film’s various narrative layers, its place among H.P. Lovecraft adaptations, and what fast food item’s very existence similarly tests the boundaries of human sanity.
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On This Week’s Show:
- Pre-Ramble [0:00–1:55]
- Sutter Cane on the Membrane [1:56–47:14]
- Denouement [47:15–51:24]
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