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Carpenter has said that The Fog is not his favorite film, although he considers it a "minor horror classic". The Thing was distributed by Universal Pictures. Being a graphic, sinister horror film it did not appeal to audiences during the summer ofespecially when E. In an interview, Carpenter stated that E. During filming of The ThingUniversal offered him the chance to direct Firestarterbased on the novel by Stephen King. Carpenter hired Bill Lancaster and Bill Phillips respectively to adapt the novel into different versions of the screenplay.
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The story concerns a high-school nerd named Arnie Cunningham Keith Gordon who buys a junked Plymouth Fury which turns out to have supernatural powers. As Cunningham restores and rebuilds the car, he becomes unnaturally obsessed with it, with deadly consequences. Christine did respectable business upon its release and was received well by critics; however, Carpenter has been quoted as saying he directed the film because it was the only thing offered to him at the time.
Douglas chose Carpenter to be the director because of his reputation as an action director who could also convey strong emotion. After the financial failure of his big-budget action—comedy Big Trouble in Little ChinaCarpenter struggled to get films financed.
He resumed making lower budget films such as Prince of Darknessa film influenced by the BBC series Quatermass. Although some of the films from this time, such as They Live did develop a cult audience, he never again realized mass-market potential. Carpenter was also offered The Exorcist III duringand met with writer William Peter Blatty who also authored the novel on which it was based, Legion during the course of a week.
However, the two disagreed about the film's climax and Carpenter refused the project. Blatty directed the film himself a year later. Carpenter said that although they argued about the ending, they had a mutual respect and talked about an interest they both shared: Commercial decline and Halloween H Also notable from this decade are Body Bagsa television horror anthology film that was made in collaboration with Tobe HooperIn the Mouth of Madnessyet another Lovecraftian homage, which did not do well either commercially or with critics  but now has a cult following,  and Vampireswhich featured James Woods as the leader of a band of vampire hunters in league with the Catholic Church.
Carpenter was originally in consideration to be the director for the Halloween sequel project, Halloween H Since Jamie Lee Curtisthe main actress from the original and the sequel Halloween IIwanted to reunite the cast and crew of the original film, she asked Carpenter to direct Halloween H Carpenter rationalized this by believing the hefty fee was compensation for revenue he had never received from the original Halloween, a matter that was still a contention between Carpenter and Halloween producer Moustapha Akkad even after twenty years.
When Akkad balked at Carpenter's fee, Carpenter quit the project. Steve Miner assumed directing of Halloween H During there were remakes of Assault on Precinct 13 and The Fog, the latter being produced by Carpenter himself, though in an interview he defined his involvement as, "I come in and say hello to everybody.
Carpenter worked as director during for an episode of Showtime's Masters of Horror television series as one of the thirteen filmmakers involved in the first season. His episode, " Cigarette Burns ", received generally positive reviews, and positive reactions from Carpenter fans, many of whom regard it as on par with his earlier horror classics.
He has since contributed another original episode for the show's second season entitled " Pro-Life ", about a young girl who is raped and impregnated by a demon and wants to have an abortion, but whose efforts are halted by her religious fanatic, gun-toting father and her three brothers.
Carpenter narrated the video game F. Movie Themes — on October 20, The film acts as a direct sequel to Carpenter's original film, ignoring the continuity of all other previous films.
It is his first direct involvement with the franchise since 's Halloween III: Season of the Witch. His music is generally synthesized with accompaniment from piano and atmospherics. The Ward was filmed in Super 35the first time Carpenter has ever used that system.
Carpenter has stated he feels that the 35mm Panavision anamorphic format is "the best movie system there is", preferring it to both digital and 3D film. His soundtracks went on to influence electronic artists who followed,   but Carpenter himself admitted he had no particular interest in synthesizers other than that they provided a means to "sound big with just a keyboard".
For many years he worked in partnership with musician Alan Howarthwho would realize his vision by working on the more technical aspects of recording, allowing Carpenter to focus on writing the music. Legacy[ edit ] Carpenter at a signing in ChicagoMany of Carpenter's films have been re-released on DVD as special editions with numerous bonus features.
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Competitors 60 and over are allowed to drop down to a gram javelin during competition, and Stuart has that record too Unhappy with that mark, Stuart added 10 feet to it on his next throw. Sturgis played high school football with Stuart, who later talked him into joining the military. That was the last time he had seen his old buddy throw.
One of a kind.
He was a good friend and the greatest masters javelin thrower I have ever known. He and I both set age group world records in the javelin at a meet in Long Beach about 22 years ago.
We threw together but in different age groups. They did not have a proper weigh in there, but Larry made sure that our javelins got impounded so that they could be properly weighed and measured. We got the records, thanks to Larry. Michael Harrington - June 16, Very sad news about Larry.
We both served on the track team at Santa Ana College in California in He was a terrific competitor and a good friend. I mostly threw the discus but dabbled in the javelin. He,of course, was already nationally recognized.
My javelin throws never came within 50 feet of his, but he always treated me as an equal. Great guy gone too soon. Mark Cleary - June 17, Larry, was a great guy who truly did coach and share the Javelin with everyone and any one. Larry inspired me to try the javelin. I went on the throw for Westmont College feet.
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Later I threw feet. He will be greatly missed — He was one of a kind. Jeff Davison - June 17, Prayers to his family and friends. Several years ago he was very kind to provide me some free Javelin advise for a pent that I was preparing for.