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Cannes: John Carpenter to Receive Golden Coach Award at Directors’ Fortnight

Horror master John Carpenter is to receive the 2019 Golden Coach Award (Carrosse d’Or) at the Directors’ Fortnight sidebar of the Cannes Film Festival. Carpenter, who helmed such classics as “Halloween,” “The Fog,” “Christine” and “Escape From New York” will receive the accolade May 15, on the opening night of the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes. […]
Tags: Halloween, New York, News, Global, Jamie Lee Curtis, Cannes, John Carpenter, Christine, Carpenter, The Fog


Four Stunning John Carpenter Posters Released by Vice Press

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Four stunning John Carpenter posters released by Vice Press Last year Matt Ferguson and Vice Press worked with StudioCanal on four stunning posters for the 4K restorations of John Carpenter’s The Fog, Escape From New York, Prince of Darkness and They Live. Now you can put these beauties on your own wall as Vice Press and Grey Matter Art give collectors the opportunity to purchase these posters in their classic cinema quad sizes, a huge 40 x 30 inches. Check out all four Jo...
Tags: UK, New York, Movies, Horror, John Carpenter, Matt Ferguson, Movie News, They Live, Prince Of Darkness, Escape From New York, The Fog, Vice Press, Gary B Kibbe, Dean Cundey


John Carpenter’s The Fog 4K Restoration Trailer & Release Details

BEGIN SLIDESHOW John Carpenter’s The Fog 4K restoration trailer & release details New York based Rialto Pictures will release John Carpenter’s landmark horror movie The Fog on October 26, in its first-ever major restoration. The horror classic, in a full 4K restoration from Studiocanal, opens October 26 for limited runs at the Metrograph in New York, Landmark’s Nuart in Los Angeles and The Music Box Theatre in Chicago. Check out The Fog 4K restoration trailer below, along with new stills ...
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John Carpenter’s ‘The Fog’ Returning to Theaters with First Ever 4K Restoration in October

When it comes to horror movies directed by John Carpenter and starring Jamie Lee Curtis, of course Halloween gets all the glory. But don’t sleep on The Fog, a landmark horror classic that reunited the two in 1980 and is also worth your attention every time the spooky season rolls around. And if you haven’t gotten a chance to see the film featuring a creeping, cursed cloud of mist inhabited by ghost pirates, this fall will be the best time to catch it on the big screen. The Fog is returning to t...
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John Carpenter’s ‘The Fog’ Set for Pre-Halloween Re-Release (EXCLUSIVE)

New York-based Rialto Pictures will release John Carpenter’s horror movie “The Fog” on Oct. 26 in its first-ever major restoration, Variety has learned exclusively. “The Fog,” which has received a full 4K restoration from StudioCanal, will open for limited runs at the Metrograph in New York, Landmark’s Nuart Theatre in Los Angeles, and the Music Box Theatre in Chicago. Additional […]
Tags: New York, News, Los Angeles, Chicago, John Carpenter, Metrograph, The Fog, Rialto Pictures


What airplane cabin depressurization looks like

I was expecting to see an explosive worst-case scenario, a can-opener at 30,000 feet. But this simulation of a less explosive leak has a nightmare quality all of its own.
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Now Stream This: A David Lynch Nightmare, a Guillermo del Toro Masterpiece, and an Underrated John Carpenter Classic

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.)  Break out the cranberry sauce: it’s almost time for Thanksgiving. Soon you’ll be forced to sit at a table with your family and have a conversation. How terrifying! My advice: skip all that and stream some movies. If your family complains, advise them to sit down and stream the movies along with you. It’s win-win! Also, bring beer. You don’t have t...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Drama, Horror, Spain, Features, Netflix, Animation, David Bowie, Showtime, Steve Martin, Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Creed, Ryan Coogler, David-Lynch


The 15 Worst Horror Remakes Ever Made

This week, a remake of Flatliners will hit theaters and leave us all wondering: “Why?” Look, remakes of horror films are nothing new, but was anyone actually eager for a Flatliners remake? Besides, there already was a film that came very close to being a Flatliners remake; it was called The Lazarus Effect , and it was terrible. Speaking of terrible, in honor (maybe?) of Flatliners , I’ve gone ahead and broken down the 15 Worst Horror Remakes. You may disagree with these pick...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, Horror, Features, Sequels, Adaptation, Liev Schreiber, Jason, The Omen, Poltergeist, Remakes, Dave Meyers, Matthew Lillard, Gregory Peck, John Moore, Sean Bean


Top 10 John Carpenter Soundtracks

John Carpenter’s 10 best original scores ranked! John Carpenter. If you’re reading this, you’re really not in need of any sort of serious schooling about who Carpenter is and his legacy of remarkable, history altering and genre-defining motion pictures. And key to appreciating and understanding the power of Carpenter’s work is, of course, discussing his groundbreaking, synth-based music scores. Taking his musical training, a love of rock and roll, a newfound interest in the electronic and pro...
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John Carpenter Blu-ray Steelbooks Revealed by Scream Factory

John Carpenter Blu-ray steelbooks revealed by Scream Factory To celebrate the Scream Factory Blu-ray label’s fifth anniversary, the company that takes pride in putting out some of the best horror discs out there is releasing three of John Carpenter‘s masterpieces — They Live, The Fog and Escape From New York — in limited edition Steelbook packaging. Only 10,000 of each John Carpenter Blu-ray is being produced, and once they’re gone, they’re gone! The official release date for the Steelbook ed...
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