LAMBCAST #292 JOHN CARPENTER DIRECTOR RETROSPECTIVE

by Jay Cluitt · October 27, 2015 · Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts · 2 Comments

Continuing the Lambcast’s month of horror sees us looking at a director noted for some pivotal moments within the genre, John Carpenter. He formed and popularised the slasher movie template with Halloween, made everyone fear their fellow man with The Thing and turned a man into a giant pile of beetles in Prince of Darkness.

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Jay Cluitt was joined by Daniel Lackey, David Brook, Darren Lucas and semi-newcomer Will McGainey to take a ride (in a 1958 cherry red Plymouth Fury) through ten of Carpenter’s bigger films, before playing a quick game of Last Lamb Standing to round out the show.

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2 Responses to LAMBCAST #292 JOHN CARPENTER DIRECTOR RETROSPECTIVE

  1. […] LAMBCast #292: John Carpenter Retrospective with David Brook (Blueprint: Review), Darren Lucas (Movie Reviews 101), Will McGainey (French Toast Sunday) and host Jay Cluitt (Life vs. Film) […]

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