John Carpenter

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    The This Ain’t Right Movie Podcast-Big Trouble in Little China

      Can Jack Burton beat a god and save his friends fiance… Does Jack Burton look good with Lipstick? What is the 3 Ninja’s grandpa doing in this? How kick ass is John Carpenters Soundtrack? Why did I get the urge to play Mortal Kombat? Is this the Raiden...
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    Stephen King at the Movies: CHRISTINE (1983)

    A scary movie about a killer car? How do you manage that? John Carpenter’s film adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel Christine attempts to do just that – and, if we are equating the success of the movie with the amount of genuinely scary sequences within it, the movie...
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    Best Stephen King Movie Adaptations Part II

    Best Stephen King Movie Adaptations Part II 1-5 by Ashish Thomas Dark Tower Movie reviews have been less than stellar, it seems more Stephen King movies are closer to Dark Tower than the Shining. It seems that phenomenal Stephen King adaptations are rare we look at the 10 Best....
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    Halloween Resurrection: 15 Years Later

    Halloween Resurrection: 15 Years Later By John Saavedra   Despite existing in a timeline where most of the original Halloween movies didn’t happen, there is no timeline in which Halloween: Resurrection is a good movie. In fact, it fails as a horror movie, or even as gory schlock, in...
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    THE VOID (2017) Boasts Some of the Best Effects in Recent Memory

    There is a scene in The Void about thirty minutes in when a hulking beast, made completely out of practical effects, is forcing its tentacled, gooey appendages into a dead man’s face through every possible orifice. The main cast looks on in horror, and rightfully so, as this thing is nothing...
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    John Carpenter’s 1982 Masterpiece, The Thing: A Retrospective

    John Carpenter’s 1982 Masterpiece, The Thing: A Retrospective Source: Movieposters.com John Carpenter, one of the greatest horror filmmakers of all time, is probably best known for his 1978 Slasher classic, Halloween. Since its release it has become a staple of holiday viewing in the month of October and beyond,...