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List of John Carpenter Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Thing (1982)
55
4
The Thing
R
55
4

A group of American researchers are shocked to find that a helicopter from the nearby Norwegian facility is shooting a sled dog, but it explodes shortly after without providing any explanation. They bring the dog in, only to realize that it is in fact a shape-shifting alien life-form capable of assuming the shape of its victims.

Starring:
Kurt Russell, Keith David, Adrienne Barbeau, T.K. Carter, David Clennon
Directed By:
John Carpenter
2. Halloween (1978)
41
8
Halloween
R
41
8

A six year old boy, Michael Myers, mercilessly kills his teenage sister, Judith on the Halloween night in 1963. He is imprisoned for fifteen years. Now 21, Michael escapes and returns to his hometown to figure out his next unaware victims – a female babysitter and her friends. The only person who understands his intentions is his psychiatrist, Dr. Loomis.

Starring:
Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence, Nick Castle, P.J. Soles, Charles Cyphers, Nancy Kyes
Directed By:
John Carpenter
3. Escape from New York (1981)
35
5
Escape from New York
R
35
5

In an alternate reality, Manhattan Island in New York City has been converted into a maximum security prison following a 400% increase in crime in the United States. When Air Force One is hijacked and the President is crash-landed into the island, former Special Forces soldier and convicted robber, Snake Plissken, is coerced into launching a rescue initiative.

Directed By:
John Carpenter
4. Big Trouble in Little China (1986)
39
2
Big Trouble in Little China
PG-13
39
2

Trucker Jack Burton enters into the underworld beneath San Francisco’s Chinatown to help friend Wong Chi rescue his green-eyed girlfriend from evil immortal sorcerer David Lo Pan who needs to marry a green-eyed Chinese woman to reverse an ancient curse and become mortal again. Can Burton and Chi succeed in defeating an immortal sorcerer, his wicked martial art fighters, and mysterious monsters?

Starring:
Kim Cattrall, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Kurt Russell, James Hong, Victor Wong, Dennis Dun
Directed By:
John Carpenter
5. They Live (1988)
36
3
They Live
TV-14
36
3

Ray Nelson’s 1963 short story Eight O'Clock in the Morning is the basis of this movie in which homeless John Nada discovers a pair of sunglasses through which he learns the frightening reality about the world. This truth is about the skull faced aliens who disguise as humans and influence the minds and senses of the population to keep them under control. Nada, now, has to save humanity. 

Starring:
Keith David, Roddy Piper, Tommy Morrison, Meg Foster
Directed By:
John Carpenter
6. The Fog (1980)
35
3
The Fog
R
35
3

Exactly a hundred years after the mysterious sinking of a ship, an unearthly fog rolls into a small coastal town, which brings with it the vengeful ghosts who were killed during the shipwreck.

Starring:
Directed By:
John Carpenter
7. Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)
24
4
Assault on Precinct 13
TV-MA
24
4

When a bloodthirsty street gang assaults a defunct police station in Los Angeles, a group of individuals form an unlikely partnership, to defend themselves and fight off the gang members.  

Starring:
Kim Richards, Martin West, Austin Stoker, Darwin Joston
Directed By:
John Carpenter
8. Christine (1983)
29
3
Christine
R
29
3

Based on a novel of the same name by renowned author Stephen King, the film tells the story of Arnie, a nerdy boy who purchases an old car, unaware of the fact that there is an evil presence within it. Anyone who tries to come between Arnie and the car is not spared. 

Starring:
Kelly Preston, Harry Dean Stanton, Keith Gordon, Robert Prosky, Alexandra Paul
Directed By:
John Carpenter
9. Halloween (2018)
27
9
Halloween
R
27
9

Although Larrie had managed to escape narrowly from the serial killer Michael Myers four decades ago, she faces him again after he escapes from captivity. She tries to confront her worst fears, as well as to put a stop to the killings.

Starring:
Judy Greer, Jamie Lee Curtis, Nick Castle, Virginia Gardner, Miles Robbins
Directed By:
David Gordon Green
10. Starman (1984)
22
6
Starman
PG
22
6

An alien, who is stuck on Earth, kidnaps the widow of a deceased man and inhabits his body. He makes her drive him across his country so that he can unite with a vessel which will take him back to his home planet. Although he eventually forms a bond with the widow, military officials try to stop them and kill him. 

Starring:
Jeff Bridges, Charles Martin Smith, Richard Jaeckel, Karen Allen, Robert Phalen
Directed By:
John Carpenter
11. Halloween II (1981)
25
5
Halloween II
R
25
5

The second installment in the Halloween film series, the story centers on Michael Myers and his traumatized victim Laurie Strode, whom he has earlier failed to kill. It describes how he chases Laurie into the Haddonfield Memorial Hospital, on the way killing nurses and doctors, until he is engulfed in flame, yet continuing with his chase.  

Starring:
Dana Carvey, Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence, Lance Guest, Jeffrey Kramer
Directed By:
Rick Rosenthal
12. Revenge of the Colossal Beasts (1962)
12
6
Revenge of the Colossal Beasts
12
6
Directed By:
John Carpenter
13. In the Mouth of Madness (1994)
19
4
In the Mouth of Madness
R
19
4

In the Mouth of Madness is a 1994 horror film revolves around an insurance investigator John Trent, who starts investigating, after publisher Jackson Harglow claims that horror novelist Sutter Cane goes missing. 

Starring:
Sam Neill, Hayden Christensen, Charlton Heston, Julie Carmen, David Warner, John Glover, Bernie Casey
Directed By:
John Carpenter
14. Gorgo Versus Godzilla (1969)
13
6
Gorgo Versus Godzilla
13
6
Directed By:
John Carpenter
15. Dark Star (1974)
15
5
Dark Star
G
15
5

This science fiction comedy film tells us the story of a small crew of astronauts who are on a mission to destroy rogue planets. However, after twenty years, things start to go wrong.

Starring:
Nick Castle, Brian Narelle, Cal Kuniholm, Dre Pahich
Directed By:
John Carpenter
16. The Philadelphia Experiment (1984)
18
2
The Philadelphia Experiment
PG
18
2
Starring:
Louise Latham, Eric Christmas, Nancy Allen, Bobby Di Cicco, Michael Paré
Directed By:
Stewart Raffill
17. Prince of Darkness (1987)
16
3
Prince of Darkness
R
16
3

While cleaning the basement in the church, Father Loomis comes across a canister which is filled with a volatile green substance. He soon comes to know that the liquid is the spirit of the Devil. Problem arises when the container is opened, unleashing an evil force on humanity.

Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Jameson Parker, Lisa Blount, Dennis Dun, Victor Wong
Directed By:
John Carpenter
18. Assault on Precinct 13 (2005)
21
4
Assault on Precinct 13
R
21
4

On their way to transfer crime lord Marion Bishop, a raging snowstorm forces the transport bus to be redirected to the soon-to-be-closed Precinct 13. However, when a group of masked gunmen start attacking the Precinct, emotionally compromised Sergeant Jake Roenick must form an uneasy truce with the criminals to save all of their lives. 

Starring:
Ethan Hawke, Laurence Fishburne, Kim Coates, John Leguizamo, Gabriel Byrne, Brian Dennehy, Drea de Matteo
Directed By:
Jean-François Richet
19. Warrior and the Demon (1969)
11
6
Warrior and the Demon
11
6
Directed By:
John Carpenter
20. Gorgon, the Space Monster (1969)
11
6
Gorgon, the Space Monster
11
6
Directed By:
John Carpenter
21. The Resurrection of Broncho Billy (1970)
11
5
The Resurrection of Broncho Billy
11
5

The Resurrection of Broncho Billy is a Western short film which revolves around a young man whose dream is being a cowboy in the old west, but he lives in the big city, in the present time.

Starring:
Kristin Nelson, Ruth Hussey, Ricky Nelson, Johnny Crawford, Kristin Harmon, Wild Bill Tucker
Directed By:
James R. Rokos
22. Eyes of Laura Mars (1978)
13
4
Eyes of Laura Mars
R
13
4

Eyes of Laura Mars is a mystery thriller film which tells the story of Laura, a well-known fashion photographer in New York City, who is known for her controversial work. Her life takes a turn all of a sudden when she gains the disturbing ability to see visions through the eyes of a serial killer. Although the police aid her, she is still unaware of the killer’s identity. Despite this, she tries to prevent the killer from targeting her friends and her associates.   

Starring:
Tommy Lee Jones, Faye Dunaway, Rene Auberjonois, Brad Dourif, Raul Julia
Directed By:
Irvin Kershner
23. Terror from Space (1963)
11
4
Terror from Space
11
4
Directed By:
John Carpenter
24. Vampires (1998)
21
3
Vampires
R
21
3

This action horror film revolves around Jack and his team of mercenaries as they hunt down vampires and attempt to retrieve the Black Cross of Berziers, an ancient relic, that could give the vampires the ability to endure sunlight. 

Starring:
James Woods, Daniel Baldwin, Maximilian Schell, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Thomas Ian Griffith, Sheryl Lee
Directed By:
John Carpenter
25. The Boy Who Could Fly (1986)
13
4
The Boy Who Could Fly
PG
13
4

An adolescent girl named Milly moves in next door to Eric Gibb, an autistic teen boy, who lives with his uncle, as he had lost his parents when he was just five years of age. Milly learns that Eric is obsessed with birds and spends a lot of time on rooftops posing like he is flying. She eventually saves him from a potentially deadly fall, but soon, it seems that Eric might really have the ability to fly.

Starring:
Fred Savage, Jason Priestley, Louise Fletcher, Bonnie Bedelia, Nick Castle, Colleen Dewhurst, Jay Underwood
Directed By:
26. Sorceror from Outer Space (1969)
10
4
Sorceror from Outer Space
10
4
Directed By:
John Carpenter
27. Escape from L.A. (1996)
24
4
Escape from L.A.
TV-MA
24
4

Cuban terrorist, Cuervo, manipulates President’s daughter, Utopia, into stealing a vital detonation device and fleeing to LA, which now is an autonomous island for deporting undesirables. The President appoints former-soldier, Snake Plissken, for this mission wherein he is injected with a virus that would kill him in 9 hours, before which he has to find Utopia, stop Cuervo, and retrieve the device.  

Starring:
Bruce Campbell, A. J. Langer, Cliff Robertson, Steve Buscemi, Robert Carradine, Peter Fonda, Pam Grier
Directed By:
John Carpenter
28. Halloween (2007)
16
9
Halloween
R
16
9

A mentally unstable Michael Myers murders his sister, her boyfriend and his mother’s boyfriend and is consequently sent to Smith's Grove Sanitarium for treatment. After years of confinement, he manages to escape and returns to his hometown to look for his younger sister. Dr. Sam Loomis, who was his doctor at the mental institution, follows him.

Starring:
Danny Trejo, Malcolm McDowell, Udo Kier, Sybil Danning, Daryl Sabara, Micky Dolenz, William Forsythe
Directed By:
29. Village of the Damned (1995)
19
3
Village of the Damned
R
19
3

A mysterious event takes place where all residents of a village fall unconscious at the same time. Ten months later, ten women give birth on the very same day. The children not only grow up abnormally fast, but they also show strange abilities, and eventually they start seeming like a threat.  

Starring:
Christopher Reeve, Kirstie Alley, Michael Paré, Meredith Salenger
Directed By:
John Carpenter
30. Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)
18
8
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later
R
18
8

Laurie Strode escaped brother Michael Myer’s 1978 Halloween massacre. Later, feigning her death, she assumes new identity as Keri Tate, head-mistress of a North California school. Twenty years later in 1998, a vengeful Michael tracks her down to her new address. But now with her teenage son John’s life also at stake, she has to confront the evil once and for all. 

Starring:
Josh Hartnett, LL Cool J, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh, Adam Arkin, Michelle Williams
Directed By:
Steve Miner
31. Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992)
11
5
Memoirs of an Invisible Man
PG-13
11
5

When a nuclear accident renders an evacuated building invisible, stock analyst Nick Halloway taking a nap inside, also turns invisible. As CIA agent Jenkins realizes Nick’s situation, he tenaciously pursues Nick to recruit him as invisible CIA agent. Alice Monroe, whom Nick had met just before the accident, helps him escape Jenkins while Nick desperately searches for a solution to his condition.

Starring:
Chevy Chase, Daryl Hannah, Sam Neill, Michael McKean, Stephen Tobolowsky
Directed By:
John Carpenter
32. Halloween Kills (2021)
14
4
Halloween Kills
A
14
4

Surviving victims of the notorious killer Michael Myers, form a vigilante mob, after learning that he is still alive. They decide to unite and end his reign of terror once and for all.

Starring:
Nick Castle, Judy Greer, Jamie Lee Curtis
33. The Ward (2010)
11
4
The Ward
R
11
4

Titled onscreen as John Carpenter's The Ward, this is a supernatural psychological horror film set in brooding Oregon psychiatric hospital. The story follows a young woman, who has been institutionalized for setting fire to a farm house and is now being terrorized by the ghost of a former inmate, a horribly deformed figure baying for blood.   

Starring:
Mamie Gummer, Lyndsy Fonseca, Jared Harris, Amber Heard, Danielle Panabaker, Laura-Leigh Claire
Directed By:
John Carpenter
34. Black Moon Rising (1986)
12
3
Black Moon Rising
R
12
3

Quint is a professional thief who is hired by the FBI to steal incriminating tapes from a corrupt corporation. He is forced to hide the tapes in the back of a racing car, but things get complicated when the car gets stolen.

Starring:
Linda Hamilton, Keenan Wynn, Tommy Lee Jones, Robert Vaughn, Richard Jaeckel, Lee Ving
Directed By:
Harley Cokeliss
35. Captain Voyeur (1969)
9
4
Captain Voyeur
9
4
Starring:
Jerry Cox, Kathy Maynard, Victor Ponderosa, Jane Whiteridge, Alan Marx
Directed By:
John Carpenter
36. Halloween 5 (1989)
14
5
Halloween 5
R
14
5

After lying in a coma for around a year, Michael Myers attempts to start another killing rampage. He goes after his niece Jamie who has been confined to a mental institution. Meanwhile Dr Sam Loomis, a psychiatrist starts suspecting that there might be a psychic link between Michael and Jamie.

Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Beau Starr, Danielle Harris, Ellie Cornell, Jeffrey Landman
Directed By:
Dominique Othenin-Girard
37. Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
14
8
Halloween III: Season of the Witch
R
14
8

Dr Daniel and Ellie Grimbridge uncover the terrible plot of an insane man who is planning a mass murder on the upcoming Halloween. 

Starring:
Jamie Lee Curtis, Dan O'Herlihy, Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Michael Currie
Directed By:
Tommy Lee Wallace
38. Ghosts of Mars (2001)
13
4
Ghosts of Mars
R
13
4

Set in 2176, the film depicts the planet Mars 84% terraformed, having a huge human population. The plot thickens up when a police officer visits a remote mining outpost with her team and finds it deserted.  Soon, she discovers an underground doorway that allows the ghosts of ancient Martians take possession of human intruders.  

Starring:
Jason Statham, Natasha Henstridge, Pam Grier, Robert Carradine, Ice Cube, Clea DuVall
Directed By:
John Carpenter
39. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)
10
7
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers
R
10
7

Six years after Michael Myers had terrorized Haddonfield, he returns in pursuit of his niece named Jamie who had managed to escape with her newborn child. He tries to hunt her down with a mysterious cult which has sinister plans for her child.

Starring:
Paul Rudd, Donald Pleasence, Kim Darby, Mitchell Ryan, Marianne Hagan
Directed By:
Joe Chappelle
40. Vampires: Los Muertos (2002)
10
2
Vampires: Los Muertos
R
10
2

A vampire princess is seeking a legendary black crucifix, which can enable her to perform a ritual, which will give vampires the ability to walk in sunlight and be invulnerable. A vampire slayer named Derek Bliss is hired by a shady priest in order to stop her.

Starring:
Jon Bon Jovi, Diego Luna, Natasha Gregson Wagner, Cristián de la Fuente, Arly Jover, Darius McCrary
Directed By:
Tommy Lee Wallace
41. Il silenzio dei prosciutti (1994)
8
4
Il silenzio dei prosciutti
R
8
4

This comedy thriller film is a parody of the psychological thriller films ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ and ‘Pyscho’. The film revolves around Jo Dee Foster, a rookie FBI agent, who is on his first case, looking for a serial killer who is wanted for over 120 murders. In order to find the killer, Fostar enlists the help of a convicted murderer named Animal Cannibal Pizza.

Starring:
Shelley Winters, Billy Zane, Phyllis Diller, Mel Brooks, Dom DeLuise, Martin Balsam
Directed By:
Ezio Greggio
42. Halloween: Resurrection (2002)
9
6
Halloween: Resurrection
R
9
6

Michael Myers returns to terrorize his sister before proceeding to his hometown Haddonfield. A reality show by Freddie and Nora is being broadcast live from the serial-killer’s abandoned childhood home. Six thrill-seeking teenagers are to spend the night there with cameras trained on them 24/7, and no one can leave the house. As the Halloween night deepens, Myers arrives to enliven the party!

Starring:
Busta Rhymes, Bianca Kajlich, Katee Sackhoff, Tyra Banks, Jamie Lee Curtis, Brad Loree
Directed By:
Rick Rosenthal
43. The Fog (2005)
9
5
The Fog
PG-13
9
5

The Fog is a horror thriller film which tells the story of Nick and Elizabeth, who experience supernatural events occurring in their town. They eventually discover that ghosts of a crew of sailors who were killed in a shipwreck over a 100 years ago have come for revenge.  

Starring:
Maggie Grace, Selma Blair, Tom Welling, Kenneth Welsh, DeRay Davis
Directed By:
Rupert Wainwright
44. October 31st (2010)
14
4
October 31st
14
4
Starring:
Troy Brooks, Crystal Gray, Michael Hawley, Maggie Langlais, Michael LiCastri
Directed By:
Michael LiCastri
45. Halloween: Harvest of Souls 1985 (2013)
16
5
Halloween: Harvest of Souls 1985
16
5
Starring:
Tom Hagale, Hadley Wells, Leilani Jade Flannagin, Lane Hughes, Destiny Clem
Directed By:
Jay Burleson
46. They Still Live (2017)
14
3
They Still Live
14
3
Starring:
Brian C. Chenworth, Lindsey Bean, Marshall Foster, Jeff Odachowski, Kyler O'Neal
Directed By:
Chris R. Notarile
47. Myers (2012)
11
4
Myers
11
4
Starring:
Sheppard Blumenthal, Lance Charnow, Nicshakii Cross, Brent Davidson, Eric Perez
Directed By:
Dean Werner
48. Charlie Brown: Blockhead's Revenge (2011)
13
3
Charlie Brown: Blockhead's Revenge
TV-MA
13
3
Role:
Himself - Host
Starring:
Holland Roden, Robert Ben Garant, Tyler Hoechlin, Dylan O'Brien
Directed By:
Robert Ben Garant
49. Scary Girl (2011)
11
3
Scary Girl
11
3
Role:
Himself - Host
Starring:
Chloë Grace Moretz, Kira Kosarin, Oscar Blanco, Oscar Blanco Bu Irvin-Christina
Directed By:
Ryan Perez
50. Halloween Autumn Blood (2010)
11
4
Halloween Autumn Blood
11
4
Starring:
Bruce Dale, Dave McRae
Directed By:
Dave McRae
51. Halloween Awakening: The Legacy of Michael Myers (2012)
13
3
Halloween Awakening: The Legacy of Michael Myers
13
3
Starring:
Tom Kane, Michael Leavy, Michael Pio Carone, Isabelle Kay, Steven Della Salla
Directed By:
Michael Leavy
52. Jason Vs. Leatherface (2003)
10
4
Jason Vs. Leatherface
10
4
Starring:
Matt Spease, E.H. Jenkins, Isaak Partlow, Lynda Huyck, Daniel Ramme
Directed By:
Matt Spease
53. Halloween (2011)
12
4
Halloween
12
4
Starring:
Jon Cheshire, Hannah Ford, Mandy Hudgins, Michael Hudgins, Jessica Patterson
Directed By:
Jon Cheshire
54. The Puppet Man (2016)
10
4
The Puppet Man
10
4
Role:
The Taxi Driver
Starring:
Bradley Bailey, Joe Castle Baker, Grant Mayland, Crystal Renn
Directed By:
Jacqueline Castel
55. Halloween Fall Stalking (2009)
10
4
Halloween Fall Stalking
10
4
Starring:
Dave McRae
Directed By:
Dave McRae
56. Halloween Black Eyes (2010)
9
4
Halloween Black Eyes
9
4
Starring:
Dave McRae
Directed By:
Dave McRae
57. Halloween: Resurgence (2012)
10
3
Halloween: Resurgence
10
3
Starring:
Alison Lynne Ward, Lucas Rubkiewicz, Jason Hunt, David Lloyd, Christina Wismer
Directed By:
Darren Jones
58. Michael Vs. Jason (2004)
9
3
Michael Vs. Jason
9
3
Starring:
Matt Spease, E.H. Jenkins, Lynda Huyck, Brian Ramme, Tony Lee
Directed By:
Matt Spease
59. The Escape Agenda (2012)
8
4
The Escape Agenda
8
4
Starring:
Hector De La Rosa, Gayle Bykowicz
Directed By:
Hector De La Rosa
60. HALLOWEEN: The Rebirth of Michael Myers (2015)
8
4
HALLOWEEN: The Rebirth of Michael Myers
8
4
Starring:
Janae Abraham, Suzee Dunn, Dave Holtz, Mikael Lawrence
Directed By:
Brandon Jarrett Lawrence
61. Halloween Existence (2012)
8
2
Halloween Existence
8
2
Starring:
Vincent Chiaramonte, Gina Crocco, Gina Chiaramonte, Vincent Sr. Chiaramonte, Matt Goodhartz
Directed By:
Vincent Chiaramonte

TV Movie(s)

1. Elvis (1979)
14
2
Elvis
14
2
Starring:
Ed Begley Jr., Kurt Russell, Season Hubley, Shelley Winters, Bing Russell, Robert Gray
Directed By:
John Carpenter
2. Someone's Watching Me! (1978)
13
3
Someone's Watching Me!
13
3
Starring:
Lauren Hutton, Adrienne Barbeau, David Birney, Charles Cyphers, Grainger Hines
Directed By:
John Carpenter
3. Better Late Than Never (1979)
11
4
Better Late Than Never
11
4
Starring:
Joyce Bulifant, Donald Pleasence, Harry Morgan, Strother Martin, Harold Gould
Directed By:
Richard Crenna
4. Body Bags (1993)
12
4
Body Bags
R
12
4
Role:
The Coroner (segment "The Morgue")
Starring:
Roger Corman, Tom Arnold, Twiggy, Sam Raimi, Debbie Harry, Sheena Easton, Robert Carradine
Directed By:
Tobe Hooper, John Carpenter, Larry Sulkis
5. Zuma Beach (1978)
9
4
Zuma Beach
9
4
Starring:
Tanya Roberts, Michael Biehn, Steven Keats, Perry Lang, Kimberly Beck
Directed By:
Lee H. Katzin
6. Hollywood's Creepiest Creatures (2004)
14
4
Hollywood's Creepiest Creatures
14
4
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Cassandra Peterson, David J. Skal, Diana Simons, Heather Joseph-Witham
Directed By:
Kevin Burns
7. El Diablo (1990)
12
4
El Diablo
PG-13
12
4
Starring:
Joe Pantoliano, Anthony Edwards, Louis Gossett Jr., John Glover, Robert Beltran
Directed By:
Peter Markle
8. Blood River (1991)
9
3
Blood River
9
3
Starring:
Adrienne Barbeau, Henry Beckman, John P. Ryan, Mills Watson, Ricky Schroder
Directed By:
Mel Damski
9. Silent Predators (1999)
6
2
Silent Predators
6
2
Starring:
Dominic Purcell, Patty McCormack, David Spielberg, Harry Hamlin, Beau Billingslea
Directed By:
Noel Nosseck

Animation(s)

GUNSHIP: Tech Noir (2015)
GUNSHIP: Tech Noir
Role:
The Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Jordan Ramoth, Valerie Fox, Charlie Simpson, Gunship
Directed By:
Lee Hardcastle

TV Shows and Videos

The Director's Chair (2014)
The Director's Chair
TV-14
Role:
Himself (1 episode, 2014)
Starring:
Guillermo del Toro, Quentin Tarantino, Francis Ford Coppola, Luis Valdez
Directed By:
Robert Rodriguez
The Thing (2002)
The Thing
Starring:
William B. Davis, Per Solli, Michael J. Shea, Kevin Alan Moore
John Carpenter: Escape from New York (2016)
John Carpenter: Escape from New York
Role:
Himself - Synthesizer
Starring:
Cody Carpenter, Daniel Davies, John S. Konesky, Scott Seiver
Directed By:
John Carpenter
John Carpenter: Distant Dream (2016)
John Carpenter: Distant Dream
Role:
Himself - Synthesizer
Starring:
Cody Carpenter, Daniel Davies, John Spiker, John S. Konesky
Directed By:
John Carpenter
Masters of Horror (2005)
Masters of Horror
TV-MA
Starring:
Christopher Lloyd, Robert Englund, Daniel Gillies, Michael Moriarty, Meat Loaf, Norman Reedus, Jessica Lowndes
Directed By:
John Carpenter, Dario Argento, Takashi Miike
John Carpenter: Christine (2017)
John Carpenter: Christine
Role:
Himself - Driver of Christine
Starring:
Rita Volk
Directed By:
John Carpenter
John Carpenter: Night (2015)
John Carpenter: Night
Role:
Virtual Reality User / Himself
Directed By:
Gavin Hignight, Benjamin Verhulst
F.E.A.R. 3 (2011)
F.E.A.R. 3
M
Starring:
Brian Bloom, Fred Tatasciore, Robin Atkin Downes, Chris Cox, Jaime Aymerich
Directed By:
Heinz Schuller
Carrie on Hollywood (1995)
Carrie on Hollywood
Role:
Himself (1 episode, 1995)
Starring:
Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Maxine Reynolds
Directed By:
Rhonda Evans
John Carpenter: Utopian Facade (2016)
John Carpenter: Utopian Facade
Role:
Virtual Reality User / Himself
Starring:
Hrisanta, Stuart Morales
Directed By:
Gavin Hignight, Benjamin Verhulst
Halloween: Resurrection - WebCam Special (2002)
Halloween: Resurrection - WebCam Special
Starring:
Bianca Kajlich, Busta Rhymes, Katee Sackhoff, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Brad Loree
Directed By:
Rick Rosenthal