John Carpenter’s “The Thing” (1982) Lobby Cards

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The Thing” (1982)

Scientists in the Antarctic are confronted by a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of the people that it kills.

Starring Kurt Russell

Directed by John Carpenter

Written by Bill Lancaster and Based on the Novella “Who Goes There” By John W. Campbell

Music by Ennio Morricone

Photographed by Dean Cundey A.S.C.

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Bonus “On The Set” Pics –

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Jeff Imada, Russell and Carpenter On The Set of “Escape from LA”
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John Carpenter on the set of “Elvis”
John Carpenter directs Actor Kurt Russell on the set of "Escape from New York"  from 1981
John Carpenter directs Actor Kurt Russell on the set of “Escape from New York” from 1981

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Vic

6 comments

  1. I actually didn’t know that it was based on a novella. Aahh and this is my favourite movie of all time. Had a conversation w my girl yday and she hasn’t seen it yet!!!! Now wtf, I have to re-educate this girl. I actually had a small heart attack when she said it but on the good side, this means I will have to re-watch it. Ah bliss. 🙂

    • The Thing is such an great movie to introduce people too, isn’t it? I am always down for a re-watch of it anytime 🙂

      As far as the novella is concerned, Carpenter’s version is much closer to the source material than Hawks’ version (I still love the first one, though). I actually found a audio-book of it and put it on my iPod. Kinda creepy and still holds up really well.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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