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That gives it a different feel and allowed the imagination of effects supervisor Rob Bottin to go wild, with crazy near-hallucinogenic visions of differing versions of the creature.

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Some of which were of extra-terrestrial origin, mixed in with earth dwelling creatures. The casting was crucial. Carpenter's regular collaborator Kurt Russell in the lead as McReady was a good choice. He brings his usual charm and charisma to the role as the de-facto leader of the Antarctica research facility, with the benefit of one of cinema's greatest beards.

Thanks to the unique shooting conditions and a two week rehearsal period, the cast bonded very quickly and added subtle dimensions to distinguish the characters, that didn't exist on the pages of Bill Lancaster 's screenplay. Dean Cundey had already collaborated with Carpenter on Halloween and Escape From New York , and the cinematographer was beginning to make a name for himself with his visual compositions.

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Indeed, he would spend the latter half of the eighties as Robert Zemeckis go-to lenser and eventually wound up shooting Jurassic Park for Spielberg. Here, his widescreen — scope to be precise — compositions add an extra element of tension to the film. With the extra space, Cundey and Carpenter leave room on the edges of the frame for occurrences. Using the depth of field, one scene in particular shows off their use of the space.

It quickly scurries off whilst McReady and company look at something else in the distance, occupying only a fragment of the frame. At the time, all of Carpenter's theatrically released feature films had been scored by the director himself. He has often referred to these, primarily synth based compositions as minimal and has never felt that his talents lay as a composer.

Audiences were enjoying them though and in recent years Carpenter has taken to touring them, but The Thing represented the first time he could afford to hire a big-name professional composer. Certainly, it's a cut above the kind of horror pictures being produced in the early eighties - Halloween and Stanley Kubrick 's The Shining aside- and it's less interested in jump scares or cheap thrills than it is with, if you will excuse the vague contextual joke, in getting under your skin.

Campbell and first published in Carpenter's version stays true to the text, leaving the creature as a shape-shifting alien, able to imitate any creature that it assimilates. That gives it a different feel and allowed the imagination of effects supervisor Rob Bottin to go wild, with crazy near-hallucinogenic visions of differing versions of the creature.

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Some of which were of extra-terrestrial origin, mixed in with earth dwelling creatures. The casting was crucial. Carpenter's regular collaborator Kurt Russell in the lead as McReady was a good choice. He brings his usual charm and charisma to the role as the de-facto leader of the Antarctica research facility, with the benefit of one of cinema's greatest beards. Thanks to the unique shooting conditions and a two week rehearsal period, the cast bonded very quickly and added subtle dimensions to distinguish the characters, that didn't exist on the pages of Bill Lancaster 's screenplay.

Dean Cundey had already collaborated with Carpenter on Halloween and Escape From New York , and the cinematographer was beginning to make a name for himself with his visual compositions.

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Indeed, he would spend the latter half of the eighties as Robert Zemeckis go-to lenser and eventually wound up shooting Jurassic Park for Spielberg. Here, his widescreen — scope to be precise — compositions add an extra element of tension to the film. With the extra space, Cundey and Carpenter leave room on the edges of the frame for occurrences. Using the depth of field, one scene in particular shows off their use of the space. It quickly scurries off whilst McReady and company look at something else in the distance, occupying only a fragment of the frame.

At the time, all of Carpenter's theatrically released feature films had been scored by the director himself. Easily valued at twice normal street value. Deluxe game for players plus all unlocked stretch goals.

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