John Carpenter and Kurt Russell brought Snake Plissken back to the big screen 15 years after he escaped from New York. This time, earthquake-ravaged Los Angeles was the geographic prison he had to infiltrate and escape from. The results were a mixed bag at best, but the theme song by White Zombie was definitely “The One.”
The Scream Factory is showing off two new bits of artwork today via their always happening Facebook page, and per usual we made the catch and have the goods for you right here! Happy Friday, kids!
Our friends over at The Scream Factory have just released the initial details surrounding their release of two John Carpenter classics, Body Bags and Assault on Precinct 13. Read on for the skinny!
As we come up on the 35th Anniversary of John Carpenter's seminal classic Halloween, something unexpected has hit the interwebs in the fashion of the first ever Panaglide test by Dean Cundey and Ray Stella back in 1978 before Halloween’s principal photography began.
The first artwork and specs have surfaced online for the upcoming 35th Anniversary Blu-ray of John Carpenter's seminal classic Halloween. Check out the goods right here!
Lots of footage has come out that was unused from the premake of John Carpenter's The Thing, but what you may not know is that the original 1981 film could have ended up a lot different as well. Read on for details.
Well then, this is certainly some more good news when it comes to Anchor Bay's upcoming 35th anniversary Blu-ray of John Carpenter's Halloween.
Anchor Bay Working on Halloween 35th Anniversary Blu-ray; Carpenter and Curtis Record New Commentary
Halloween seems to be very much in the public eye lately, and with its 35th anniversary coming up, word has come that Anchor Bay is now working on a brand spanking new Blu-ray of the flick.
Breaking news from Alice Cooper on Twitter! The king of your rock 'n roll nightmares just announced that he's recorded a commentary for Scream Factory's upcoming Blu-ray release of John Carpenter's Prince of Darkness!
In news that makes me sick to my stomach (mainly because I owned this), the original 1979 VHS tape of John Carpenter's classic Halloween from Media Home Entertainment has sold for an astronomical $13,220 (plus $3.77 shipping of course).
When it comes to artwork for vintage Blu-ray/DVD releases, Scream Factory has always been ahead of the game. Today they've unveiled the artwork for John Carpenter's 1987 masterpiece Prince of Darkness, and all we can say is, "Wow!"
What more can be said about The Scream Factory? They're like the real life Santa Claus for horror fans. Over on their official Facebook page they've announced two new horror Blu-rays from John Carpenter... Body Bags and my personal favorite Prince of Darkness.
Now here are two things that could go together as well as peanut butter and jelly: John Carpenter and Dead Space. Check out what the Master of Horror had to say about potentially helming an adaptation of the popular video game series.
Here we are again. Hump day. How about we let out a little of that pent-up aggression by revisiting the hallowed halls of the HWF (Horror Wrestling Federation) and check out a grudge match that's been brewing for decades... Michael Myers vs. Ghostface!