John Carpenter Returns To The Road – Video For ‘Christine’

If you’ve been paying attention – the fact that horror legend John Caprenter has – of late – been spending time recording music and touring with his band, bringing a new experience for fans of this true icon on the genre.

It was announce a few weeks back that a new album would be making it’s way to the fans come October.   Titled Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998,   it features more classic tunes from Mr. Carpenter.

So – today a short film shows up – music video perhaps?   Regardless it heralds the return of John Carpenter to the world of Stephen King.   Carpenter of course directed the film adaptation of Christine back in 1983 and here we are in 2017 and Carpenter is back behind the wheel (literally) for another ride around the block.

From the YouTube page:

“The theme for “Christine” is available as a part of John Carpenter’s ‘Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998,’ out October 20 on Sacred Bones Records. Preorder: Director: John Carpenter Producer: Sandy King Production Manager: Justin Moritt !st Asst. Director: Tony Adler Director of Photography: Eduardo Fierro Production Designer: David Redier-Linsk Editor: Patrick McMahon Optical effects: Scott Gregory Location Manager: Jennifer Dunne Stunt Co-ordinator/Driver of Christine: Jeff Imada Stylist: Sophie Gransard-Davies Hair Stylist: Christian Marc Make-up Artist: Samuel Paul Storm King Special Projects Coordinator: Ross Sauriol Office co-ordinator: Sean Sobczak Post-Productions Services: Warner Bros. Christine courtesy of Bill Gibson VW Thing car courtesy of DC Motors of Anaheim Hills, CA Christine Girl wardrobe courtesy of Joe’s Jeans. Starring: Rita Volk and John Carpenter”

Circle Oct. 20th on your calendar   – you’re going to need a copy of this one for your own!

Dave Dreher
Co-Founder / Lead News Reporter at Gruesome Magazine
Dave is co-founder and lead news reporter for Gruesome. Dave has built his resume working for Diabolique Magazine, The Horror Channel,, House of Horrors and Creature Corner. He has worked with Tom Savini on his official site since 1997 and is also co-host of the popular podcast Horror News Radio.