They Live

Dear bigots, stop trying to make “They Live” into anti-Semitic propaganda.
We spend our lives striving to achieve the perfection we see in the media but maybe we should start taking more stock in ourselves.
She's been involved in the production of classic films from Sixteen Candles and Rumble Fish to horror masterpieces They Live and Vampires. Her crews dubbed her with the nickname Mother Producer, and her desk is prominently adorned with a "No Whining" sign.
"Free worlders" is prison slang for those who are not incarcerated behind prison walls. Supposedly, those fortunate souls live in the "free world." However, appearances can be deceiving.
As freedom crumbles around us, why do "we the people" allow it to happen? In Carpenter's view, the real enemies of freedom -- the real aliens -- are us.
Quick, when I throw out the name Keith David, what's your first thought? Him casting a suspicious glance towards Kurt Russell in The Thing? The fistfight with Rowdy Roddy Piper in They Live? Face it, the guy's been around.
We must stop fighting each other and recognize where our true interests lie -- and it is naïve to think they lie with Romney.
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.
Often missed by those seeking a good scare, Carpenter's films are infused with a strong anti-authoritarian, laconic bent.