Resolved Question: Is there any connection
If you look at the time John Carpenter's the fog was made, the sexy raspy-sleepy type voice of Adrienne's on the radio and her Charecters' name, Stevie Wayne. At what time then or now has the name Stevie been a popular name for a woman (even if used to shorten the name Stephanie. Although Nicks describes that that as a child she couldn't pronounce the name Stephanie, so she said "tee dee" which eventually became Stevie) not to mention the last names "Nicks" and "Wayne" (also both typically male names) Did Debra Hill or John Carpenter do this on purpose or by coincidence (one helluva coincidence considering how huge Stevie Nicks and the Mac was in 79' and 80') Either way I find it hard to believe this question has never been addressed and nothing has been said about it on the internet! Lol. Does anyone know anything about this? Let me know. THANKS
Posted on 23 February 2014 | 7:03 pm
Resolved Question: Does anybody realise that
If you watch the E3 trailer, it shows you the plot for the reboot is a group of humans fighting otherworldly creatures that control mega corporations that enslave and exploit humanity. That entire plot is the exact same story off of John Carpenters Cult classic "They Live".
The only differences between the two is that it is aliens in They Live, And Roddy Pipers character was alot more badass than new Dante. Does anybody else realize how Ninja Theory is obviously stealing from a legendary Director? And should they be able to get away with it?
Also look at this old Reboot trailer
Then watch this
It shows that ninja theory stole the obey signs from They Live as well. Why it may seem like a standard sci if plot, Carpenter did it first.
Also Ninja Theory is trying to use this game as a commentary on capitalism and corporate america. They live already did that, making it pretty much obvious that ninja theory plagarized off of Carpenter.
Posted on 19 August 2012 | 7:57 pm
Resolved Question: Does anyone else want a
I absolutely love John Carpenter's The Thing (1982). Without a doubt one of the greatest horror films ever. When The Thing (2011) was first announced, I was a little iffy. But it too was spectacular. It answered the biggest question on the minds of fans of Carpenter's film... What happened at the Norwegian compound? The attention to detail was incredible... The axe in the wall, the communications officer committing suicide, the tail number on the helicopter, the charred remains of the two-headed creature, the block of ice, and the ending with Lars chasing the dog in the helicopter. I hope if a sequel is made, the entire crew returns. I'd like to find out what happened to Kate, MacReady, and Childs. I know there was "technically" a sequel in the PS2/Xbox game The Thing. We find out that Childs froze to death and MacReady was the helicopter pilot who helps the player beat the final boss of the game. But I want a true sequel. Even if the sequel borrows elements from the game. What do y'all think? The Thing (2011) was awesome. You're just one of the people who likes typecasting actors. You have no imagination.
Posted on 12 August 2012 | 4:20 am
Resolved Question: Who is the better horror
Include top 3 movies from your favorite director.
Posted on 7 November 2011 | 1:37 am
Resolved Question: John Carpenter
Anyone know if there's and interview of John Carpenter about the prequel of "The Thing" and where I can find it?
Anyone see the new one? What did you think?
Posted on 19 October 2011 | 9:49 am