Universal and Blumhouse Productions, the new face of the horror movie genre, are teaming up to recreate one of the greatest horror films of all time… “The Thing“.Continue reading Universal Studios and Blumhouse Productions Are Working On A Remake Of “The Thing”???
For audiences in 1978, John Caprenter‘s Halloween terrified theater goers everywhere. Weirdly though, there is a whole generation that has grown up on this iconic horror movie and have possibly never seen it in theaters. I would be one of those people and let me tell you the difference a theater setting and a giant screen make.Continue reading Halloween: The Difference A Theater Makes
It’s Good, But Not Great…
I’ve been a fan of Halloween for many years and like other fans was excited for the new and final installment in the franchise. With all of the different “explanations” and “endings” that plague the movies as well, I was really rooting for the final fight between Laurie Strode and the mythical Michael Myers. However, sadly, 2018’s Halloween missed the mark. SPOILERS AHEAD!! You have been warned. Continue reading Halloween 2018…I’m Not Mad, Just Disappointed
From “They Live” To “Rumble Fish”, This Legend Has Done It All!!
Of course every one in entertainment wants to be in front of the camera for their “15 minutes”, but in order to bring out the best in every actor or story, there has to be a mastermind behind the scenes running the show. Sandy King Carpenter is undeniably a master mind. Whether it is respectfully branding the John Carpenter name or reinventing traditional sci-fi and horror, this pro knows how to work her magic and only settles for the best.
The Night He Came Home…
John Carpenter recently sat down Dark Universe and exchanged some hopeful words about the future of Halloween and it is music to our ears! Continue reading John Carpenter Talks About His Return To Halloween
Screenwriter/director John Carpenter has built his career by being a contrarian in an industry controlled by traditionalists. His horror films such a Halloween (1978) and The Fog (1980) delve into the abyss of the darkest parts of human nature. Not only does Carpenter manage to be entertaining and revolting at the same time, but he also makes us aware of the evil that lurks inside of everyone. Continue reading They Live!: Re-Examining John Carpenter’s Sci-Fi Epic