It’s official! Michael Myers is coming back not once, but twice more! Earlier today, the titles for the next two Halloween films starring Jamie Lee Curtis were announced.
In Search of Darkness is set to be released this summer and this new documentary stretches the gamut of iconic stars from some of our favorite ’80s horror films. Previous trailers had teased what the doc was going to focus on by showing dozens of clips from some of the most beloved and terrifying horror movies from the 1980s.
Man Is The Warmest Place To Hide
It is with this tag-line, and a truly inspired piece of poster art that John Carpenter introduced the alien horror epic that is The Thing back in 1982. Much like Labyrinth, this film failed to find its core audience during that initial theatrical run. Probably didn’t help it opened against Blade Runner, splitting the Sci-Fi crowd, and the fact that E.T. owned the box office for most of the year, winning the box office 16 of the first 26 weekends following its release. Still, The Thing has a strong cult following, and holds up well today with some amazing performances and stunning practical effects.
News has come via Killer POV Podcast that genre supreme grandmaster John Carpenter is currently developing four new series for television. Working with his long-term production partner (and wife) Sandy King Carpenter, the two have put together four new projects consisting of at least one horror, one sci-fi, and a “sci-fi/horror futuristic kind of thing.”
There was an accident. About an hour ago, a small jet went down inside New York City. The President was on board.
Pablo Fernández Eyre has created a side-by-side comparison of visual similarities in John Carpenter’s Escape From New York and its later sequel, Escape From L.A.