When compiling a list of movies to watch on the mother of all spooky occasions, it’s impossible not to throw a few John Carpenter flicks on there. One of California’s most beautiful cities has just recognized his genius!
Last night the city of South Pasadena recognized John Carpenter’s cinematic legacy and local impact (as South Pasadena is where he shot a number of films, including Halloween, Christine, etc.) with a proclamation that was entered into city record and will permanently be on display in City Hall. The last recipient of such a proclamation was Ray Bradbury, a South Pasadena native. The evening also christened October 31st as “John Carpenter Night” from here on out.
Congrats, John! Well deserved! Check out a couple of images from the event below.
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