I might be slightly mad here, me.
John Carpenter. In the Mouth of Madness. 1994.
I have no idea whether this was a studio film or not. It has a mid-level budget (more than twice of any of Carpenter’s indie films), but it’s wild and wacky.
It’s not really all that scary, but it keeps tension up throughout the movie.
And it’s so meta. I love meta, so.
This post is part of the A Carpenter Winter series.