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.
The cult director talks remakes, his love of early synthesisers and why nostalgia works in mysterious ways.
By Tom Watchorn
The director’s Alice Cooper-starring apocalyptic horror is among the most haunting in his entire filmography.
Justine Smith examines how movies like The House of the Devil and Lords of Salem use nostalgia to expose a fractured national identity.
The recording features music by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of S U R V I V E.
By Ewen Hosie
Released 30 years ago, John Carpenter’s frantic San Francisco beat ’em up has lost none of its cult appeal.
The cult Italian horror maestro has influenced everyone from John Carpenter to Nicolas Winding Refn.
By Lara C Cory
The cult director has recorded new versions of Halloween, Escape from New York, Assault on Precinct 13 and The Fog.
By Adam Cook
Jeff Nichols’ stellar sci-fi parable draws inspiration from John Carpenter’s 1984 film.
Jeff Nichols’ new film maps a similar thematic route to John Carpenter’s classic 1984 sci-fi.