Now available for pre-order on Amazon is “On Set with John Carpenter”, a new book featuring never-before-seen photography from his classics including Halloween.
Explains the release: “As a hot new maverick director/writer John Carpenter invited photographer Kim Gottlieb-Walker onto the sets of some of his most iconic films: Halloween, Halloween II, The Fog, Christine and Escape From New York. Continue reading →
We LOVE Cavity Colors, and Aaron Crawford has once again outdone himself with this awesome limited edition shirt and print inspired by John Carpenter’s The Thing. Shirts are $22 (limited to 150), prints are $25 (limited to 20), and feature Crawford’s take on the legendary Norris spider head. Pick yours up before they’re gone!
Last week, Image comics released some sweet image teasers for a new comic series from Justin Jordan and Kyle Strahm called, The Spread. Justin Jordan has said the series “could be described as Lone Wolf and Cub in a world eaten by John Carpenter’s The Thing”. Yesterday, Image also sent out a press release giving us a look at what we can expect on July 9th, from what is bound to be my new favorite comic. Continue reading for the images and synopsis. Continue reading →
Bloody Disgusting has found that terror has evolved on the new one-sheet for Blood Glacier, the festival hit known as The Station from Rammbock director Marvin Kren!
Inspired by John Carpenter’s The Thing, here’s an (Bloody Disgusting) exclusive look at the poster for the creature feature that will be opening in select theaters and VOD platforms May 2 via IFC Midnight. Continue reading →
Happy fuckin birthday! We’re big boys now, and we’re celebrating our 10th episode (as well as Mikey and Jorge’s birthdays) with the film that inspired the name of our podcast The Thing! This film is truly a classic piece of cinema history, and we gush all over both the 1982 John Carpenter classic, as well as the 2011 prequel. There’s still plenty of horrible, blue collar jokes, beer, belching, and geeking out to shock and offend your friends and family. Check out our Facebook to win a sweet The Thing prize pack, and watch along with our 30 Nights of Horror movie marathon. Come back next time when we discuss the creepy new Michael Cera flick Magic Magic.
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