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Gather the family for this frightening new sci-fi adventure game based on The Thing
Halloween is coming back with an intriguing new creative team.
Let's talk about the music John Carpenter has made for some of his best movies.
Let's be real, there are A LOT of cult classics that ought never to be touched again.
Most cult classics should never be granted sequels or remakes. However ...
Yes, the Escape From New York remake is still happening. And no, they're not going to remain super-faithful to the original. Possible spoilers ahead!
It is universally acknowledged that The Thing is John Carpenter's apex as a filmmaker.
Not content to be one of the greatest horror directors who ever lived, John Carpenter has embraced a new career in music — and the latest video for his new tune is vintage Carpenter.
Before he became a director, James Cameron worked in the special effects department. This is what he came up with for Escape From New York.
French filmmaker Luc Besson's movie Lockout was apparently a little too close for comfort to Carpenter's classic.
Shawn Levy, who is set to helm Sony's Starman remake, has offered the first details for the new movie.
Bundle up for this frosty new HD release of Carpenter's modern horror classic, The Thing!
Carpenter is back to resurrect the homicidal holiday maniac in a brand-new Halloween feature.
No one saw this coming, but it's not really surprising, either.
After spending much of his career writing music to fit his movies, veteran filmmaker John Carpenter decided to flip the paradigm last year. Now, the horror maestro is hitting the recording studio again.