Together, they examine Carpenter’s perceptions of good and evil from the beyond, the ways in which his ’80s heyday reflected this pet interest across a riot of different styles, and how Carpenter progressed rapidly from a horror filmmaker to one of modern film’s most versatile auteurs.
This week’s discussion is focused around the following features:
Chapters: Introduction (0:09), The Beyond: A Discussion (1:40), The Fog (10:14), Starman (24:55), Big Trouble in Little China (40:14), They Live (56:42), Intermission (1:12:48), A Broader Context (1:12:52), Sight [Cinematography/Editing] (1:19:04), The Lasting Image (1:40:26), Music & Score (1:50:09), Closing Remarks (2:11:04)
We’ll see you next Thursday, October 11th for part three of Filmography: John Carpenter. In case you missed it, full seasons are currently available surrounding the filmographies of both Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick.