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Escape from New York (1981)

This is a perfect example of how John Carpenter and Kurt Russell are a great team; the two seem to fit each other as if they could do no wrong. 670 more words


Soundtrack Saturday: Big Trouble In Little China by the Coupe De Villes

For this week’s Soundtrack Saturday track, I turn to a mine that I always thought was masterful when it came to song choice, scores, and music for his soundtracks. 177 more words


Royal Wedding (1951)

No, not that royal wedding. And this movie isn’t really about a royal wedding at all, though then-Princess Elizabeth’s nuptials to Philip Mountbatten in 1947 form the backdrop to this delightful MGM musical. 5,005 more words


Been there, done that: John Carpenter’s ‘Escape from L.A.’ is a lackluster sequel

By Matthew E. Milliken
Dec. 15, 2015

John Carpenter is one of the all-time great directors of horror movies. His 1978 feature, Halloween, practically invented the slasher flick out of whole cloth.  878 more words


30 days of Halloween to culminate with Carpenter's original classic in theaters

Halloween–the 1978 movie that put both director John Carpenter and actress Jamie Lee Curtis on the map–is coming back to theaters for one night only.  248 more words


Star of The Original Halloween... Nick Castle!

Nick Digilio talks with Nick Castle about his iconic role as ‘The Spirit’ in the original ‘Halloween,’ his own movies (The Last Starfighter, The Boy Who Could Fly… 84 more words

Nick Digilio

Nancy Goes to Rio (1950)

Before Jane Powell conquered the backwoods in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) or got in trouble with the Navy in Hit the Deck… 6,046 more words