They’re All Dead 29- The Music of John Carpenter

Last Friday we went to see John Carpenter Live. This week we’re reviewing the show and discussing the music of John Carpenter.

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John Carpenter Live- A Night I’ll Never Forget

Mr. Positive and I ventured into downtown Detroit and experienced the music of John Carpenter Live this weekend. Seeing the horror master and his band perform live was an experience I will never forget. Over a dozen iconic songs from his catalogue of films and unreleased themes rocked the Majestic Theatre; a sublime sensory experience for the 400 or so in attendance. Carpenter’s music used to underscore the action he directed on screen. Now the opposite is true, as clips are projected onto a screen behind the band, supporting the action on stage.

The scene is still fresh in my mind: blue light glows and mist swirls around the band as Carpenter plays the chilling theme from The Fog on his synth/piano. The band stops playing after a single bass riff to put on their shades, then continue with the bluesy Coming to LA, from They Live. The crowd yells in defiance at the messages of “Obey”, “Money Is your God”, “Submit”, and “Consume” flash across the screen. Fans cheer and applaud the images of Harry Dean Stanton, Roddy Piper, and Donald Pleasance; making it known they are not forgotten.  

The music blasted through us, connecting us all in one giant wave. The ambient sounds of Village of the Damned, Prince of Darkness, and The Thing transported us to worlds on the edge of apocalypse. The jolting, yet harmonious Halloween theme swelled, filling the room like a dark force of evil. We rocked and rolled to The Porkchop Express, In the Mouth of Madness, and Christine. A tour de force of emotion; dread, adventure, passion, and every other in between was injected into the room in just under ninety minutes. Even the anticipation before the band appeared was palpable, as fans discussed their favorite music, films, and merchandise. The “lost themes” like Vortex and Distant Dream will surely score the movies in our minds, as Carpenter put it. 

Friday night was a communal gathering of The John Carpenter Society: a family coming together to pay tribute to the artistic vision of a modern renaissance man. A man whose messages resonate within our minds and hearts.

Thank you, John.

Brian Jay

 

They’re All Dead 28- Rob Zombie’s Halloween

Happy Halloween! We’re celebrating by revisiting Rob Zombie’s Halloween films. Mr. Positive loves them, Brian doesn’t; which makes this one particularly fun.

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They’re All Dead 27- Friday the 13th Best Kills

Friday the 13th is notorious for its body count and gruesome kills. Mr. Positive and Brian Jay recall their favorite ones plus the latest Halloween 2018 news and original plans for the cancelled Friday the 13th reboot sequel.

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They’re All Dead 26- She Came Home

-It reboot continues to bust box office records

-Jamie Lee Curtis returning as Laurie Strode in 2018 Halloween film

-AMC’s weak-ish Fear Fest 2017 lineup

-Turner Classic Movies’ month long horror classics lineup

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B Show 64- John Cena Buries Reigns and The Agro Crag

This week is a B Show/They’re All Dead mash up of sorts as we didn’t have time to do two separate shows.

-Conjuring franchise grosses $1 Billion

-Make an Evil Dead chainsaw hand for $20

-The band that stalks Bruce Campbell

-The Last Jedi, Twin Peaks, nostalgia in entertainment and fan expectations

-Joel Osteen’s hurricane woes

-$30 VOD downloads?

-The Roman Reigns John Cena segment from Raw

-First round Mae Young Classic thoughts

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They’re All Dead 25- The Evil Dead

-John Saxon’s insane “A Nightmare On Elm Street” prequel

-What’s up with Chucky’s hand in the new “Curse of Chucky” trailer

-Reviewing the original “The Evil Dead”

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They’re All Dead 24- Cabin In The Woods Review

-The new trailer for Steven King’s It

-The Cult of Chucky Trailer

-Cabin in the Woods review

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They’re All Dead 23- George A. Romero

This week Mr. Positive and Brian Jay pay tribute to one of the true masters of horror. Join us as we reflect on the works and legacy of the late George A. Romero.

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B Show and They’re All Dead July 4th Super Show Spectacular of Doom

Due to being busy over the holiday week we decided to record a combo or sorts.

-The Friday the 13th and Transformers reboot series’ are related?

-Insane Friday/Transformers crossover film ideas

-Our short horror concept “Log”, inspired by Ren and Stimpy

– Rubber, the telepathic killer tire

-The Thing turns 35? When did we get so old? Kurt Russel one of the top character actors of the day? Why John Carpenter’s The Thing flopped?

-Big Trouble In Little China and how it got sabotaged

-Han Solo movie fires directors and hires Ron Howard

-Will we get a Clint Howard Star Wars cameo?

-Young Han Solo: Ace Ventura?

-Rick Perry goes Nuke-you-lurr

-Maybe the Han Solo reshoots will help the film, like Rogue One

-Can multiple directors help bridge the gap between old school and new school?

-Justice League Unlimited: Epilouge on Netflix linking to Batman Beyond

-Batman the Animated Series

-Is Spider Man Homecoming an attempt at a PG13 Deadpool?

-How Deadpool is inspired by Spider Man

-The Punjabi Prison returns to WWE

-In defense of Michael Cole

-Mauro Renallo returns to WWE via NXT

-Bobby Fish to NXT

-Holding out hope for a Briscoe Brothers NXT run

-How WWE could revamp NXT into a super-indy

-The Enzo/Cass breakup

-The sad truth of Logan

-Master Minds on Netflix

-Vince Russo’s restraining order against Jim Cornette

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