RETRO: “Nobody trusts anybody now, and we’re all very tired”: Isolation, alienation and The Thing (1982)

When John Carpenter’s The Thing infiltrated cinemas in 1982, it did so quietly. Despite being located during an incredible run from the director that began with Assault on Precinct 13 (1976) and arguably wouldn’t end until In The Mouth of Madness (1994), it was a down-beat critical and commercial flop. And though it’s since beenContinue reading “RETRO: “Nobody trusts anybody now, and we’re all very tired”: Isolation, alienation and The Thing (1982)”