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John Carpenter On ‘They Live’: ‘The ’80s Never Ended’

LA Times Hero Complex:
The 1980s saw John Carpenter direct films at a prolific clip, a streak that included 1988′s politically subversive slice of sci-fi action, “They Live.”

The film starred professional wrestler Roddy Piper as an out-of-work blue-collar fella who inadvertently learns of a vast alien conspiracy to subjugate the people of Earth by using invisible mind-control messages. Naturally, Piper’s character, a man with the not too subtle moniker John Nada, isn’t about to let the human race go down without a fight.

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alycakes4183d ago

I thought this was the coolest movie when I saw it for the first time. The fight scene they're talking about is really good too.

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SPINE Movie Adaptation in the Works

Nekki has announced that the forthcoming gun fu game, SPINE, will receive a movie adaptation to expand the franchise.

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Simu Liu Promises the Shang-Chi Sequel Is Still Happening

Despite the lack of updates from Marvel Studios and Disney, Shang-Chi star Simu Liu says the sequel to the successful 2021 movie is still happening.

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Why Did People Hate the Batman: The Killing Joke Movie?

Based on the wildly popular 1988 comic book one-shot by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, the anticipation soared for Batman: The Killing Joke movie. But why didn't it deliver in the end?

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