MVP of Horror P.J. Soles reveals how a failed "Star Wars" audition led to memorable roles in two horror classics.
Jamie Lee Curtis talks "Halloween," "Trading Places," "A Fish Called Wanda," "True Lies" and more in our new episode of "Role Recall."
MVP of Horror Keith David talks horror favorites "The Thing," "They Live"... and "There's Something About Mary?"
"The movie is something else," Carpenter tells IndieWire. "It’s fun, intense and brutal."
The "Halloween" director, who has co-written the new "Joker: Year of the Villain" comic book, explains the difference between the Clown Prince of Crime and Michael Myers.
The show’s Emmy-nominated visual effects supervisor, Paul Graff, tells us that we almost saw a different Season 3 ending, one more influenced by "Godzilla" and "Jurassic Park."
The actor takes us behind the scenes of his John Wayne-inspired epic brawl with Roddy Piper in John Carpenter's cult classic.
In honor of the latest sequel, we rank the eleven films in the forty-year-old 'Halloween' franchise
Nick Castle first introduced one of Michael Myers's signature movements in the 1978 horror classic “Halloween.”
Jamie Lee Curtis will reprise her iconic role in Blumhouse’s upcoming “Halloween” reboot, the production company announced on Friday.
Note to all Hollywood directors: John Carpenter just posted a lesson in how you remake a film the cool way with concise revisit to Stephen King territory
As Halloween approaches, Yahoo SuperFan is taking a look at the classic horror flick Halloween and the changes that were made in preproduction that shaped how it became the movie it is today. For instance, the mask of Michael Myers was originally envisioned as a sad-faced clown.
Roddy Piper and Keith David square off in ‘They Live’ Over 25 years later, movie fans are still talking about the bruising brawl at the center of They Live, John Carpenter’s 1988 cult classic about a drifter (played by the late wrestler “Rowdy” Roddy Piper) who discovers that malicious aliens — disguised as rich people — have taken control of the Earth. The bareknuckle slugfest between Piper and the actor Keith David, which lasts nearly six minutes, has become one of the decade’s most iconic punch-outs, thanks to its relentlessness and its lack of high-flying stunts or special effects — not to mention the pure joy of seeing two tough guys beat the crap out of each other as a high-level conspiracy rages on.
It’s been over 25 years since John Carpenter’s sci-fi social satire They Live hit theaters, but the film is more relevant than ever. A movie about a blue collar worker who discovers that there are aliens living as rich people on earth, it focuses on extreme economic inequality and corporate media control, topics that are still very much in the news. Fans are also rediscovering They Live, as they look back on the life and career of the film’s star, WWF brawler Roddy Piper, who died in July.
Jamie Lee Curtis in ‘Halloween,’ 1978 (Photo: Courtesy of Fathom Events) By James Rainey The horror classic Halloween is coming to more than 220 movie theaters around America for one night leading into Halloween weekend, 37 years after the low-budget tale of teenage terror captivated audiences. Tickets went on sale Wednesday, Sept. 30 for the event, which includes a special introduction of the film by writer and director John Carpenter. Halloween told the story of Michael Myers, a six-year-old who brutally murders his sister on a cold Halloween night in 1963. Michael (played by Nick Castle and Tony Moran) stalks Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis, in her big screen debut) and her friends as they babysit.