Big Trouble In Little China to Come Back as a Graphic Novel

Big Trouble in Little China is one of those not-so-guilty pleasures that geeks everywhere enjoy. It’s not John Carpenter’s best movie, but it’s definitely a lot of fun, and it’s always good to have Kurt Russell and Carpenter working together. 

John Carpenter's Halloween at 35

I was a little kid when John Carpenter’s Halloween became a phenomenon at the end of the ‘70’s, and like the boogeyman himself, it was the stuff or urban legend, a movie so terrifying, you couldn't help but scream your head off all the way through it.

Could John Carpenter direct a Dead Space adaptation?

Horror has been a big part of gaming for a long time, going all the way back to the first  Texas Chainsaw video game.

Remembering John Carpenter's The Thing

The summer of 1982 was an incredible time for movies, but oddly enough, three great cult classics from that year were not hits in their time: Tron, Blade Runner, and The Thing.  

Remake news for Escape from New York and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Believe it or not, we’re not exactly pleased about the endless parade of genre remakes Hollywood has lined up on the conveyor belt.

Halloween: One of horror’s greatest classics is back

Often imitated, never equaled. It’s a phrase we hear all the time, but for the John Carpenter classic Halloween, it’s still true.

Cult classic "They Live" is headed to Blu-ray

"I'm here to chew bubble gum and kick ass... and I'm all out of bubblegum." 

We all know that line from John Carpenter's They Live, which is arguably the director's last good film. 

A look back at Carpenter's The Thing

Since we've already hit the first days of summer, it reminded me that thirty years ago we had a landmark season of genre cinema in 1982 with E.T., Tron, The Road Warrior, Star Trek II and Conan the Barbarian.

The pros and cons of the new Thing

I definitely have mixed feelings about the upcoming remake of The Thing. Then again, a lot of people felt the same way when the film was first remade by John Carpenter in 1982.

Resolving The Thing's timeline

There has been some speculation as to how the new The Thing movie is intended to fit into the mythology of John Carpenter's 1982 film.

A closer look at The Thing

Strike Entertainment has released a red band (R rated) trailer for its upcoming film The Thing, which is a remake of the classic 1950’s sci-fi startle flick of the same name.

An early glimpse of The Thing

Strike Entertainment has released a clip from its upcoming remake of the classic 1950’s sci-fi startle flick, The Thing, which is actually an adaptation of the short story Who Goes There? written by by John W. Campbell.

On Snake Plissken and Escape from New York

In Escape From New York, the city is so over-run with crime that it has become a prison. The brooding Snake Plissken is tasked with rescuing the President, who is being held hostage somewhere on the dystopian island.

Here’s The Thing

Trailers are already popping up for the new reboot of The Thing, which is actually the second remake of the 1951 sci-fi classic.

The master of horror is back

Like the classic directors he worshipped, John Carpenter's name appeared above the title of his movies, and with the enormous success of Halloween, it paid off in spades.

Paranormal horror returns in F.E.A.R. 3 FPS

Warner Bros. has confirmed a Fall release date for its F.E.A.R. 3 paranormal horror FPS. 

The title - which will be playable on the Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PCs - is expected to feature both single-player and co-op modes.