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John Carpenter: Master of Fear Collection
Some of the best that he's made, this four film set contains "The Thing", Village of the Damned", "They Live" and our personal favorite "Prince of Darkness". This set will give you hours of enjoyment and a few cringes with some scenes from "The Thing" and the very creepy "Prince of Darkness"!

Dark Star (1974)
The Dark Star's crew is on a 20-year mission to destroy unstable planets and make way for future colonization. The smart bombs they use to effect this zoom off cheerfully to do their duty. But chaos, not order prevails, the nerves of this crew are becoming increasingly frayed to the point of psychosis.
Starring: Dan O'Bannon, Dre Pahich
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: G

Halloween (1979)
A masked murderer is stalking the teenagers of Hadenfield on Halloween, trying to finish something he started many years before. A huge smash, even the critics loved it and it still holds up today as one of the best horror flicks of our time.
Stars: Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R

The Fog (Special Edition) (1980)
Moody, ghost story about a glowing fog  that shrouds a sleepy coastal town. The town secret has the undead pirates concealed in the fog out for revenge! A bit dated by today's standards but still packs some chills!
Stars: Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh, Hal Hollbrook
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R

Escape from New York  (1981)
This sci-fi action/thriller has the island of Manhattan as a maximum security prison. Snake Pliskin is sent in to rescue the President and has only so many hours to do it.
Stars: Kurt Russell, Lee Van Cleef, Donald Pleasence
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R

The Thing (Collector's Edition) (1982)
Antarctic research team discovers a frozen alien spacecraft in this slime-spattered, ultra violent sci-fi thriller. With its intriguing story, this non-stop gore fest is most appealing to die-hard, strong-stomached horror fans.
Stars: Kurt Russell, Wilford Brimley
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R

Christine (Special Edition) (1983)
Never come between a guy and his first car! Nerd Arnie finds Christine, an evil auto, and as she restores herself, he gains a new personality as well. Christine is a jealous lady and as she tries to off Arnie's friends and enemies one by one, the friends fight back.
Starring: Keith Gordon, John Stockwell, Alexandra Paul
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R
Big Trouble in Little China (1986)
Jack Burton battles an evil Chinese magician in this fast paced martial arts fantasy. With it's campy adventure line, this cult classic pleases kung-fu/Hong Kong action fans, too.
Stars: Kurt Russell, Kim Cattrall
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: PG-13

Prince Of Darkness (1987)
A team of researchers is menaced by Satan and his son, zombies, bugs and homeless loonies in this oddly creepy film. Some very disturbing scenes such as the radio transmission/dreams   that will stick with you for a long time!
Stars: Donald Pleasence, Jameson Parker , Alice Cooper
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R

In the Mouth of Madness (1995)
Very surreal chiller about a private investigator who's hired to find a lost horror writer. While on his search, he begins losing touch with reality or does he....? We liked it a lot!
Stars: Sam Neill, Charlton Heston, Julie Carmen
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R

Escape from L.A. (1996)
Dark, post-apocalyptic action extravaganza about an attempt to recover an ultra conservative president's daughter from the island prison of L.A.. Heavy on the camp, special effects and hard rocking soundtrack.

Stars: Kurt Russell, Stacy Keach
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R

Vampires (1998)
Lopsided horror/thriller about a vampire slayer hunting the bloodsucker that massacred his comrades. Some good effects, James Woods is a riot! We did find it entertaining.
Stars: James Woods, Daniel Baldwin
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R

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