The Fog: John Carpenter says there’s been speak of a sequel
When folks consider John Carpenter, they seemingly consider Halloween, and the way might they not; the 1978 slasher is without doubt one of the biggest horror movies there may be, however I’ve received an unbelievable comfortable spot for Carpenter’s Halloween follow-up — The Fog. The movie instructed the story of unusual, glowing fog which swept over a small coastal city in California, bringing with it the vengeful ghosts of mariners who had been intentionally killed in a shipwreck 100 years earlier than. With a forged boasting the skills of Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Atkins, Janet Leigh, and Hal Holbrook, what’s to not like?
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With Halloween receiving a direct sequel from David Gordon Inexperienced in 2018 (with two extra on the way in which), there’s been speak of an identical method to John Carpenter’s different movies, and whereas talking with NME lately, Carpenter confirmed that might embrace The Fog.
There’s been speak of a sequel to The Fog. There’s been speak of sequels for a bunch of my films. They only haven’t occurred but due to numerous causes. However yeah, we’ve talked about them and I’m open to them.
I might completely be down for a sequel to The Fog, one thing brimming with environment and slow-burn dread; even higher if Jamie Lee Curtis, Adrienne Barbeau, or Tom Atkins had been capable of return in some kind. It doesn’t matter what, it must be higher than that horrible 2005 remake, proper? Talking of belated sequels, Halloween Kills, the sequel to the David Gordon Inexperienced movie, is slated to drop on October 15, 2021, and might be adopted by Halloween Ends on October 14, 2022.
Would you prefer to see a sequel to The Fog?
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