Hyaena Gallery follows up their Wes Craven tribute with a John Carpenter-themed art exhibit, in tribute to films like Halloween, They Live, The Thing and The Fog.
The collection features artwork from five different artists, inspired by five different Carpenter classics.
Sequels are often maligned and rarely live up to the original film on which they are based. Many sequels are thrown together, poorly written, low budget attempts to capitalize on the success of the original. However, that’s not always the case.
Nowadays, lunch boxes are as nostalgia-inducing for me as VHS tapes, and the website Kindertrauma recently tapped into that nostalgia with a series of images of faux horror movie-inspired boxes.
More often than not, horror films are filled with decapitations, amputations, disembowelment, and more. Particularly with the introduction of the ‘torture porn’ subgenre, we are seeing more and more violence and excess in horror cinema. Sometimes it’s effective. Sometimes, watching the film’s cast of characters endure the kind of violence we wouldn’t wish on our worst enemy is a turn off to audiences.
John Carpenter's classic 1980 ghost epic is making its Blu debut this summer. Read on for more info!