John Carpenter has films that are considered classics: Halloween, The Thing, They Live, Big Trouble in Little China. But the films he made after his heyday don’t get nearly enough love. One big example: Ghosts of Mars, which takes The Thing and mushes it into Assault on Precinct 13, except with way more graphic…
THR has a great interview with John Carpenter up on their site, and tucked away neatly in one corner of it is some interesting stuff about a Metal Gear lawsuit that never was.
The Thing and Halloween director John Carpenter wants to adapt the first Dead Space into a (live action) movie. "You have these people coming onto an abandoned, shut-down space ship and they have to start it up and something's on board. It's just great stuff," he told Game Informer. [via VideoGamer]
When John Carpenter tells you to Fu**ing Run, you better well fu**ing run. Warner Bros. Interactive details the terrifying new multiplayer modes appearing in the third installment of the paranormal first-person shooter F.E.A.R.
A pair of brothers tries to find their place in a town torn apart by the psychic influence of their tortured mother in F.E.A.R. 3, sure to be the feel-good game of the year.
From the eye patch to his name itself, Metal Gear's "Snake" has a lot in common with that other Snake: Snake Plissken, star of 1981 film Escape From New York. But what does that film's creator, John Carpenter, think?
Creepy little physic girl Alma is back, and she's bringing the kids with her in F.E.A.R. 3, with a new developer and the minds behind Halloween and 30 Days of Night taking the horror to all new heights.