Reality isn't what it used to be. This quote from John Carpenter’s In the Mouth of Madness could as well serve as its motto. What disrupts the coherence of the world here are the bestselling books of the eccentric horror writer Sutter Cane. When the deliriously popular author vanishes, an insurance fraud investigator John Trent is called in to track him down and soon the line between reality and nightmare begins to horribly blur. Considered to be the final entry in the director’s Apocalypse Trilogy (following The Thing and Prince of Darkness), this mind-bending homage to both H.P. Lovecraft and Stephen King is by many regarded as Carpenter’s finest work. A horror picture that dares to be as cerebral as it is visceral, this is terror at its most delicious.