The night Laurie kicked some ass.
One of John Carpenter's lost films finds its way to Blu-ray.
Do you read Sutter Cane?
A John Carpenter comedy? Now that's scary!
Anthology is essential.
Ren takes a retrospective look at arguably the most iconic Halloween movie ever.
When compared to John Carpenter's other works, Christine sometimes feels like a road trip with no destination.
The score for John Carpenter's film will come from Varèse Sarabande at the end of September.
You read that right. The Thing: Infection at Outpost 31 will a be available this year.
Emerging talent terrifies at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival.
The kids are all right.
Zig goes out west to slay some vampires with John Carpenter.
John Carpenter takes humanity to the brink... and then blinks.
Zig defies the DJ's warnings and runs into the fog wearing little more than a giant smile!
Michael Myers appeared on Blu-ray a year ago, now he's back and Shout! Factory gives fans the special edition they have been screaming for.