John Carpenter Returns To Director’s Chair For TV Series

by Thomas Tuna

The horror legend is still bringing the screams.

John Carpenter–the visionary filmmaker responsible for such genre classic as Halloween, The Thing, The Fog, Christine and They Live–has not helmed a feature film in more than a decade, but may soon make his mark on the small screen.

Carpenter–during a recent panel discussion at the Texas Frightmare Convention–said he has completed work on an aptly-named horror series. “I just finished directing–remotely–a TV series called John Carpenter’s Suburban Screams,” he said. “It was filmed in Prague–and I sat on my couch to direct it. It was awesome.”

No further details about the series were immediately revealed, so stay tuned for when and where it will be released.

Carpenter–as all horror fans know–started his rise as a horror director with 1978’s Halloween, and returned to the franchise as executive producer and composer of the 2018 entry, as well as Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends. He also won a Saturn Award for Best Music for 1998’s Vampires.

Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on John Carpenter’s Suburban Screams.


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