New Poster/ Cities Added- John Carpenter’s THE FOG (4K Restoration)

JOHN CARPENTER’S THE FOG NEW 4K RESTORATION WILL ROLL IN OCTOBER 26 ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] BOOKED IN 50 THEATERS ACROSS THE US INCLUDING: The Metrograph, New York   Landmark’s […]

JOHN CARPENTER’S

THE FOG

NEW 4K RESTORATION WILL ROLL IN OCTOBER 26

BOOKED IN 50 THEATERS ACROSS THE US INCLUDING:

The Metrograph, New York 

 Landmark’s Nuart Theatre, Los Angeles 

The Music Box Theatre, Chicago 

The Carolina Theatre, Durham 

Regent Square Theatre, Pittsburgh (Star Tom Atkins will appear opening night) Northwest Film Forum, Seattle 

Hollywood, Portland OR

The Senator Theatre, Baltimore 

The Texas Theatre, Dallas 

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas nationwide 

(Including Austin and key Texas cities)

 

Full list of bookings:http://www.rialtopictures.com/catalogue/the-fog

John Carpenter’s first post-Halloween venture into the H.P. Lovecraft-inspired, apocalyptic vein that he would continue to mine in films like The Thing (1982) and Prince of Darkness  (1987), THE FOG depicts the seaside California town of Antonio Bay in the grips of an ancient curse and a creeping mist. Drenched in malevolent atmosphere and packing an ensemble cast that includes Adrienne Barbeau, Tom Atkins, Hal Holbrook and the mother-daughter duo of Janet Leigh and Jamie Lee Curtis, this is the director at his ingenious, chilling best, servicing a contemporary taste for gore while simultaneously evoking the spirit of Val Lewton.  

 Out of theatrical release for years due to faded, unplayable prints, THE FOG can now be viewed again as it was intended, with this new 4K restoration by Studiocanal, with its breathtaking color cinematography by Dean Cundey (Escape From New York, Back To The Future (I-III), Apollo 13, Romancing The Stone),  who deftly captured both the daylight beauty of the Point Reyes shore and the ghostly goings-on in the dark, eerie night. 

 Founded in 1997 by Bruce Goldstein, Rialto Pictures brings the finest of world cinema to screens across North America. From new restorations of enduring classics such as Carol Reed’s The Third Man, Jean Renoir’s Grand Illusion, and Akira Kurosawa’s Ran to genre mainstays like John Carpenter’s Escape From New York and Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead 2, Rialto Pictures offers an eclectic range of cinematic adventures appealing to any audience. Since 2012, Rialto Pictures has been the U.S. theatrical and non-theatrical representative of the Studiocanal library of over 2,000 international classics. Often featuring updated subtitles and renewed marketing materials, Rialto Pictures aims to engage moviegoers with cinematic history, preserve film culture, and highlight the continued relevance of classic stories through high quality theatrical presentations.

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