Tag: john carpenter
My Uncle Jack and Hal Holbrook
Most everyone has that one family member with a story for any and every occasion, right? Mine is my 75-year-old Uncle Jack White, Jr., middle child of a strict U.S. Air Force Colonel, and goofy older brother to my mom. As aforementioned, my Uncle Jack is goofy, a true character. While serving in the U.S…. Read More ›
BP Podcast, Episode 30: “An Impromptu Halloween Show”
We couldn’t let October go by without getting in one Halloween show! So, here we are with a random, rambling episode about the movies we’ve watched this season; our trip to Rochester to see Fright Rags and watch Halloween on the big screen; and then we each pick some fun festive movie/TV related characters to… Read More ›
‘Halloween: Resurrection’ is my third favorite film in the franchise!
Halloween III is easily my favorite, followed closely by John Carpenter’s original masterpiece. For reasons I can’t fully explain, Resurrection is third in a franchise ranking. I don’t really know exactly why I have such affection for this movie…but I do. On paper, it sounds terrible. Busta Rhymes and Tyra Banks send a group of… Read More ›
BP Podcast, Episode 16: “Our Horror & Cult Movie Blind Spots”
On this week’s podcast, Joanna and Johnny discuss horror (and cult) movie blind spots! You know, those movies we really should have seen by now, but haven’t for whatever reason. From Carpenter to Craven, it’s a mixed bag.
BP Podcast, Episode 14: “The One Where We Ask Each Other Questions”
What’s your favorite horror movie of the past five years? What flick could actually benefit from a remake? What horror movie character, director, and fictional band would you want to hang with on a desert island? We ask each other these questions and many more on this week’s tangent of an episode! So, join us as… Read More ›
BP Podcast, Episode 13: ‘Someone’s Watching Me’ & ‘The Toolbox Murders’ (1978, Birthday Edition)
Thirty-eight years ago, Johnny was born. And this week, we’re celebrating by taking a deep-dive look at two first-time watches from 1978: John Carpenter’s Someone’s Watching Me and cult fave The Toolbox Murders.