Category Archives: John Carpenter

What I Watched; July 17, 2018: Prince Of Darkness

Tweet I hate to admit it, but the actors aren’t able to keep up with the horror here, and a great premise, beautifully articulated, is sabotaged by sub-mediocre performances. Prince Of Darkness finds John Carpenter working with a new cinematographer, … Continue reading

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What I Watched; July 13, 2018: The Fog (1980)

Tweet Dean Cundy’s cinematography is stunning. John Carpenter’s score is chilling and atmospheric. It’s a solid, old fashioned ghost story and nobody should take it for anything less or more. John Carpenter’s 1980 offering, The Fog. A perennial favourite.

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