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That this film was given a token theatrical release just last month is only because it happens to be helmed by one of the more respected horror filmmakers of the 1970s and 1980s. But the era of John Carpenter is long over.
When word had it that veteran director John Carpenter was returning to feature films with the release of his latest, The Ward, I jumped at the chance to talk with him.
There are plenty of horrific things we see without our choosing and plenty more we should chose to view, to witness, and to stand up for or against. Leave horror previews for horror movies.
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