David Gordon Green’s film is a worthy direct followup to John Carpenter’s 1978 masterpiece, HALLOWEEN, and it manages to thrill while also making you give a damn about the folks who get stabbed.
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John Carpenter, the so-called Master of Horror, has circled around the Western genre his entire career without taking it on directly.
Sometimes, You Can Go Home Again
Jared drops the carving knife to give us a look at the newest return to the HALLOWEEN franchise. David Gordon Green and Danny McBride look to give Jamie Lee Curtis a kickass return to form.
Whatever PROMETHEUS told you, the Xenomorph's real origins were in a student film by (yes, really) John Carpenter.
Dark Star is the movie every kid in film school hopes to make. It was made for a term project between 1970 and 1973: Cheap yet ambitious, offbeat yet identifiable, and…not really much good at all when judged as a professional wide-release movie, but no one really does that because of the magnitude of the