In the course of the Texas Frightmare Weekend, legendary horror director John Carpenter revealed that he remotely directed a TV collection known as “Suburban Screams” from his residence in Los Angeles.
The collection was filmed in Prague, and Carpenter expressed his pleasure concerning the expertise.
“I simply completed directing, remotely, a TV collection known as ‘Suburban Screams’ – ‘John Carpenter’s Suburban Screams,’” Carpenter mentioned. “It was filmed in Prague, and I sat on my sofa and directed it. It was superior.”
This marks Carpenter’s first directorial effort in over 5 years since his final movie, “The Ward,” launched in 2010. In 2017, he additionally launched a collection of remake music movies, together with ones for “Escape from New York” and “Christine.”
Throughout a panel dialogue, Carpenter hinted at a attainable sequel to his iconic sci-fi horror movie, “The Factor.” He talked about being sworn to secrecy however talked about the potential for a “Factor 2.” “The Factor” initially premiered in 1982 and was remade in 2011.
Carpenter additionally shared his ideas on remakes of his movies usually. He differentiated between remakes the place he’s the originator of the fabric, by which case he receives cost, and people which are assignments from the studio, the place they personal the fabric and don’t pay him.
He expressed a choice for sequels the place he has generated the screenplay and is compensated accordingly, permitting others to create their very own variations whereas his unique movie stands.
Concerning the “Halloween” franchise, which began with Carpenter’s 1978 movie, he acknowledged that he does not significantly care about its legacy. He talked about that his favourite “Halloween” film is the one he directed in 1978, and subsequent movies are the visions of different folks.