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How John Carpenter’s The Thing became a horror/sci-fi classic

By Anton Bitel

The director’s newly-restored 1982 film continues to stand the test of time.

Remembering 1998’s Soldier: The original Blade Runner sequel

By Nathan Smith

Like Philip K Dick’s replicants, Kurt Russell’s steely-eyed space marine asks what it means to be human.

Escape from New York is being remade by Robert Rodriguez

By Jack Godwin

John Carpenter’s classic sci-fi is being rebooted – but who will play eye-patched antihero Snake Plissken?

All in the reflexes – the kick-ass legacy of Big Trouble in Little China

By Ewen Hosie

Released 30 years ago, John Carpenter’s frantic San Francisco beat ’em up has lost none of its cult appeal.

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