David Gordon Green presents a John Carpenter-approved sequel to the slasher classic from 1978.
Fear and violence aren’t the only things that John Carpenter’s boogeyman brings to Haddonfield.
In Michael Myers, director John Carpenter created an enduring yet harmful horror archetype.
Jamie Lee Curtis faces her old adversary once again in David Gordon Green’s thrilling John Carpenter-approved sequel.
Michael Myers is back to terrorise Jamie Lee Curtis in the sequel to John Carpenter’s horror classic.
By Anton Bitel
Black Christmas contains one of the earliest examples of the ‘final girl’ trope in horror cinema.
With a pinch of Hammer Horror and a dollop of ’80s gore, this meta horror is the boldest in the series.
By Anton Bitel
The director’s newly-restored 1982 film continues to stand the test of time.
By Bryan Hempel
This cult classic tackles issues which have become of increasing importance since its release in 1988.
By Amy Bowker
It’s the Antarctic alien thriller adaptation we didn’t know we needed.
By Ian Mantgani
Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski’s cosmic horror-thriller fails to live up to its initial promise.
By Jack Godwin
John Carpenter’s classic sci-fi is being rebooted – but who will play eye-patched antihero Snake Plissken?
The brilliant Brazilian director of Aquarius talks about why he keeps coming back to Assault on Precinct 13.
It’s now a possibility thanks to the 2017 Glasgow Film Festival.
By Tom Williams
The classic original score to John Carpenter’s 1982 film is being released via Waxwork Records.
The title character in John Carpenter’s 1983 film is a memorably monstrous movie seductress.
He may be all but retired from feature filmmaking, but traces of the genre director’s legacy can be found everywhere.