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The film acts as a direct sequel to Carpenter's original film, ignoring the continuity of all other previous films. It was his first direct involvement with the franchise since 's Halloween III: Season of the Witch.
Carpenter's films are characterized by minimalist lighting and photography, static cameras, use of steadicam , and distinctive synthesized scores usually self-composed.
With the exception of Someone's Watching Me! His music is generally synthesized with accompaniment from piano and atmospherics.
Carpenter is an outspoken proponent of widescreen filming, and all of his theatrical films with the exception of Dark Star and The Ward were filmed anamorphic with a 2.
The Ward was filmed in Super 35 , the first time Carpenter has ever used that system. Carpenter has stated he feels that the 35mm Panavision anamorphic format is "the best movie system there is", preferring it to both digital and 3D film.
For a recent interview, Carpenter stated that it was his father's work, as a music teacher, which first sparked an interest in him to make music.
A 21st-Century revival of his music is due in no small amount to the Death Waltz record company, which reissued several of his soundtracks, including Escape from New York , Halloween II , Halloween III: Season of the Witch , Assault on Precinct 13 , They Live , Prince of Darkness , and The Fog.
Carpenter was an early adopter of synthesizers , since his film debut Dark Star , when he used an EMS VCS3 synth.
His soundtracks went on to influence electronic artists who followed,   but Carpenter himself admitted he had no particular interest in synthesizers other than that they provided a means to "sound big with just a keyboard".
For many years he worked in partnership with musician Alan Howarth , who would realize his vision by working on the more technical aspects of recording, allowing Carpenter to focus on writing the music.
The renewed interest in John Carpenter's music thanks to the Death Waltz reissues and Lost Themes albums caused him to, for the first time ever, tour as a musician.
Carpenter is also narrator on the documentary film The Rise of the Synths which explores the origins and growth of the synthwave genre, and features numerous interviews with synthwave artists who cite Carpenter alongside other early electronic pioneers such as Vangelis , Giorgio Moroder and Tangerine Dream as a significant influence.
Carpenter is featured on the track "Destructive Field" on his godson Daniel Davies' album Signals , released February 28, His third solo album Lost Themes 3: Alive after Death is out on February 2, A new digital single was released on October 27, titled Weeping Ghost , followed in December by another new track from the forthcoming album, titled The Dead Walk.
On the album Carpenter will collaborate again with his son Cody and his godson Daniel Davies. Carpenter met his future wife, actress Adrienne Barbeau , on the set of his television film Someone's Watching Me!
Carpenter was married to Barbeau from January 1, , to During their marriage, Barbeau starred in The Fog , and also appeared in Escape from New York.
Carpenter has been married to producer Sandy King since King produced Carpenter's later films In the Mouth of Madness , Village of the Damned , Vampires , and Ghosts of Mars.
She earlier had been the script supervisor for his films Starman , Big Trouble in Little China , Prince of Darkness , and They Live.
On They Live she was also associate producer. Carpenter appeared in an episode of Animal Planet 's Animal Icons titled "It Came from Japan", where he discussed his love and admiration for the original Godzilla film.
Carpenter is also a known supporter of video games as a media and art form and has a particular liking for the Sonic the Hedgehog  and F.
Carpenter holds a commercial pilot's license , flying rotorcraft-helicopters. He has included helicopters in his films, many times doing a cameo as a pilot.
He is an atheist. Many of Carpenter's films have been re-released on DVD as special editions with numerous bonus features. Examples of such are: the collector's editions of Halloween , Escape from New York , Christine , The Thing , Assault on Precinct 13 , Big Trouble In Little China , and The Fog.
Some were re-issued with a new anamorphic widescreen transfer. Carpenter has been the subject of the documentary film John Carpenter: The Man and His Movies , and American Cinematheque 's retrospective of his films.
Moreover, during , the United States Library of Congress deemed Halloween to be "culturally significant" and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry.
During , writer and actor Mark Gatiss interviewed Carpenter about his career and films for his BBC documentary series A History of Horror. Carpenter appears in all three episodes of the series.
Filmmakers that have been influenced by Carpenter include James Cameron ,  Quentin Tarantino ,   Guillermo del Toro ,  Robert Rodriguez ,   James Wan ,  Edgar Wright ,    Danny Boyle ,  Nicolas Winding Refn ,     Adam Wingard ,    Neil Marshall ,   Michael Dougherty ,   Ben Wheatley ,  Jeff Nichols ,   Bong Joon-ho ,     James Gunn ,  Mike Flanagan ,  David Robert Mitchell ,   The Duffer Brothers ,   Jeremy Saulnier ,    Trey Edward Shults ,   Drew Goddard ,   David F.
Sandberg ,  James DeMonaco ,  Adam Green ,  Ted Geoghegan ,   Keith Gordon ,   Jack Thomas Smith ,  and Marvin Kren. Cunningham 's Friday the 13th , which was inspired by the success of Halloween ,  Tarantino's The Hateful Eight , which was heavily influenced by The Thing ,  Wingard's The Guest , which was inspired by Michael Myers  and influenced by Halloween III: Season of the Witch ' s music,   Nichols' Midnight Special , which is said to have used Starman as a reference point,   and Kren's Blood Glacier , which is said to be a homage to or recreation of The Thing.
Hans Zimmer also cited Carpenter as an influence on his compositions. His legacy also includes his unrealized projects. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For other people named John Carpenter, see John Carpenter disambiguation. American director, screenwriter, producer, and composer.
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For example, John T. Chance, Carpenter's pseudonym in for editing Assault on Precinct 13 , is John Wayne 's character in Rio Bravo ; Donald Pleasence 's character name in Halloween , Sam Loomis, is also the name of Janet Leigh 's boyfriend in Psycho Frequently uses the character names "Tramer" and "Baxter" in different films as well.
Includes at least one scene inside an automobile in nearly all his films. Likes to include helicopters in his films, many times doing a cameo as a pilot.
Often references the works of Alfred Hitchcock. In the movie Change of Habit Elvis Presley plays a character named John Carpenter. In Carpenter directed the TV movie Elvis starring his good friend Kurt Russell.
Is a fan of the Quartermass movies The Quatermass Xperiment , Quatermass and the Pit , wrote Prince of Darkness under the pseudonym of Martin Quatermass, and the village in In the Mouth of Madness is named after a rail station in "Quatermass and the Pit".
Appears in his own films under the name Rip Haight, appearing in in The Fog , Starman , Body Bags , and Village of the Damned Considers it bad luck to wear the hat of the show he's working on.
Will not wear a crew cap until the film is over. Loves Elvis Presley and old Cadillacs. Is a major NBA fan and has a satellite dish installed on his location trailer to keep up with the games.
Always has a portable basketball hoop on location. He has a son, Cody Carpenter born John Howard Carpenter Jr. Is a great fan of Sergio Leone and cast Lee Van Cleef in Escape from New York because of his work with Leone.
Carpenter's character Snake Plissken of Escape from New York and Escape from L. Published by theCrossGen imprint Code 6 Comics, the book will be known as "John Carpenter's The Snake Plissken Chronicles".
It is set for publication beginning in With the exception of Escape from L. Has said that he got forced into writing Halloween II , but refused to direct it because he "didn't want to direct the same movie again".
Biography in the following: John Wakeman, editor. World Film Directors, Volume Two, New York: The H. Wilson Company, Praised longtime friend and frequent collaborator Kurt Russell for being a hard-working, professional actor who isn't afraid to take on roles that might hurt his image or make him look like a fool.
He is a big fan of The Beach Boys and Howard Hawks. Was originally supposed to direct Firestarter , and even had a screenplay written by Bill Lancaster.
Both were replaced when The Thing , a film on which they both collaborated, did poorly at the box office.
Said in a interview that he thought the R rating for Halloween was justifiable, but The Fog should've been rated PG.
Was given the chance to direct Mutant Chronicles Was offered a chance to direct the Eddie Murphy film The Golden Child , but turned it down.
Turned down the chance to direct Top Gun Turned down the chance to direct Fatal Attraction Was offered the chance to direct Armed and Dangerous but turned it down.
The job went to Mark L. Lester who also directed Firestarter , which was offered to Carpenter. Is an avid fan of the Godzilla films. He considers the first Godzilla movie Godzilla to be an inspiration for him.
Was approached to score Planet Terror for Robert Rodriguez , but was busy finishing up post-production on Masters of Horror Close friend of actor Jeff Bridges.
Turned down the chance to direct Zombieland In the 5th edition of Movies You Must See Before You Die edited by Steven Jay Schneider , 2 of his films are listed: Halloween and The Thing In an interview, he stated that he takes much of the failure of his movies pretty hard.
However, out of all the movies that he had done, he claimed that The Thing was the failure he took the hardest. Directed one Oscar-nominated performance: Jeff Bridges in Starman He directed child actress Kim Richards in his second feature film, Assault on Precinct 13 , and directed Kim's sister Kyle Richards in his next film, Halloween Named his six favorite films as Only Angels Have Wings , Rio Bravo , Citizen Kane , Vertigo , Black Christmas and Blow-Up He has always claimed that the Western is his favorite genre but he's never made a full-length film within the genre.
Claims that his son, Cody Carpenter got him hooked on playing video games. When Cody was growing up, the two spent time playing together, with early games such as Sonic the Hedgehog As an avid gamer, he continues playing video games both with his son and independently.
As of , his recent favorites included: Dishonored , Assassin's Creed III , and the God of War Collection. He can frequently be seen at the Electronic Entertainment Expo E3 with his son.
Source: Magazine: gameinformer Volume XXIII, Number 6, Issue Based his most famous character, the iconic Michael Myers from Halloween , on a thirteen year old boy he saw at a mental institution on a school trip.
He said in an interview that he almost directed Tombstone He was offered the chance to direct The Exorcist III The composer Hans Zimmer was an early fan and said Assault on Precinct 13 has his favorite movie theme of all time.
Another fan is Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek , who is especially fond of They Live His favorite movies are only angels have wings , Rio bravo , citizen kane , vertigo , and blow up He has directed one film that has been selected for the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant: Halloween Holds a commercial pilot's license, flying rotorcraft-helicopters.
Likes to begin shots on the back of a character as they walk away from the camera, thus revealing the setting.
There are examples included in Christine , Prince of Darkness , and They Live , among others. He is known to be completely comfortable with filmmakers doing sequels to or remakes of his movies, but he has also admitted that he is mostly indifferent to them, and usually gets involved in such projects for the money.
In France, I'm an auteur; in Germany, a filmmaker; in Britain; a genre film director; and, in the USA, a bum. We're a violent country.
We always have been. We embrace our individuality and our violence. Things haven't been going great lately. For a while now people haven't really been getting my movies.
Certainly the box office hasn't been up to speed. Sure, some of my recent stuff hasn't been perfect, but neither has it been the shit that many have said.
Critically, it's all become a bit of a crapshoot. The critics thought I was a bum when I started out and they think I'm a bum now.
Also, the original version, the script I read, had Glenn Close winning in the end by killing herself and thereby getting the moral upper hand. I knew the audience was never going to buy that.
The audience was always gonna want to see the wife shoot the bitch. Sure enough, they shot the original script, previewed it, got booed off screen and went back and shot the ending you see today.
That was a journey I couldn't be bothered to go on. I don't deny that commercial success means a lot to me, the best reviews you can get are at the box office.
Another trend is a lot of women are going to see horror films. That's a really welcome development for horror It actually has a broadened audience.
I think most studios recognize that there is a real potential in horror, if you can find something new and unique.
For a while it was a lot of remaking of Japanese horror films that have a whole different way of approaching a story - some of which translates quite well in this country.
It is fascinating to watch for a guy who worked in the horror trenches. Movies are pieces of film stuck together in a certain rhythm, an absolute beat, like a musical composition.