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Halloween Comes Early From CAM Sugar

The name may not be familiar, but, if you’re a fan of Italian horror, then the soundtracks certainly will be. This October, sees the release of a brand-new collection of Italian horror
September 9, 2021

The Rise of the Synths

In the past decade, what started as an underground movement on MySpace has grown exponentially into a major scene with increasing mainstream visibility thanks to film and television like Drive and Stranger
October 22, 2020

Escape From New York

If you’ve ever played Metal Gear Solid, Duke Nukem, FallOut, or BroForce, then you’ll know just how deeply John Carpenter’s Snake Plissken has managed to embed himself in popular culture.  This November,
November 8, 2018

They Live

Originally intended as a satire on consumerist society, John Carpenter’s They Live has never seemed more relevant. Simply substitute the film’s ghoulish alien yuppies for controlling media barons and a corporate elite
October 26, 2018

Prince Of Darkness

With Halloween currently doing the business in cinemas around the world, there’s no better time to be reminded that it was John Carpenter, in 1978, who directed the opening salvo in what
October 18, 2018

The Fog

The moment that Halloween hit the big screens in 1978, John Carpenter cemented his place as one of cinema’s most intense, imaginative, influential, and successful directors. This October, STUDIOCANAL will be celebrating
October 16, 2018

Folio Society Celebrates Lovecraft

This Summer, The Folio Society continues its tradition of publishing classic editions of classic books with some striking additions to its catalogue. The theme is very much Old Gods and Monsters with
June 15, 2017

Christine

2016 has already been an exciting year for fans of the Master of Horror himself, John Carpenter. As he continues to travel the world with his first ever live music tour performing
October 19, 2016

Halloween Film Marathon

‘tis that season once again! Halloween seems to get bigger and bigger every year … and what better way to spend it, than sharing a bunch of spooky movies with friends? With
October 28, 2015

Big Trouble In Little China

Considered something of a box office flop upon it’s original cinema release – making just £11 million of its £25 million budget back in cinemas – Big Trouble In Little China went
December 6, 2013
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