Tag Archives: John Carpenter


Helloween: When Hell Almost Came to Haddonfield!

To tie-in with the release of Paul Kane’s excellent crossover novel Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell (read our advance review here) that was released today I wanted to do an article for another Hellraiser crossover idea that almost happened back in 2003. Freddy vs. Jason had come out that...READ MORE...

Review: Blood Red by Paul Kane – Rob Ridenour
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Review: Blood Red by Paul Kane – Rob Ridenour

Paul Kane has become one of my favorite writers of late. I feel ashamed that I’ve come across his written work so late in the game, but like they say there’s no better time than the present. After reading his wonderful short story collection Monsters, I quickly followed that up...READ MORE...

Clive Barker Remembers Wes Craven

Like everyone else around the world, we here at the Clive Barker Podcast were saddened to hear about the passing of legendary filmmaker Wes Craven. Many of his peers have done tributes to him including John Carpenter and Robert Englund. Now Clive Barker has offered his condolences to the master on...READ MORE...

From Dusk Till Dawn Screenplay Foreward by Clive Barker…

Here’s an interesting find I came across while looking through some old books to sell at a local flea market. I’d totally forgtotten that Clive had written a very nice forward to this softcover screenplay edition of From Dusk Till Dawn written by popular cult filmmaker Quentin Tarantino. I thought...READ MORE...

Beyond The Limits: The Midnight Meat Train Art- #7

Clive Barker’s The Midnight Meat Train is truly a horrific story. I had similar incident like Clive Barker did on subway once in Atlanta, Georgia’s underground subway system. Strangely this was the same place they would shoot the some of the deleted opening from John Carpenter’s Escape From New York....READ MORE...

Tuesday’s Tunes: The Main Theme to Candyman

When you make a movie, especially a horror film, a big part of what makes it effective is the soundtrack. Films like Jaws and the original Halloween would not play the same without the backdrop of such startling scores which makes the carnage happening onscreen that much more terrifying. Philip...READ MORE...