Movie The Thing 1982 Rating: 7,6/10 8328 votes

Running time 109 minutes Country United States Language English Budget $15 million Box office $19.6 million (North America) The Thing is a 1982 American directed by and written. Based on the 1938 novella, it tells the story of a group of American researchers in Antarctica who encounter the eponymous 'Thing', a extraterrestrial life-form that assimilates, then imitates other. The group is overcome by paranoia and conflict as they learn that they can no longer trust each other and that any one of them could be the Thing. The film stars as the team's helicopter pilot, R.J.

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Watch The Thing Full Movie Putlocker, Watch The Thing Online Free 123movies, The Thing Watch Full Movie gomovies, The Thing Online Watch Movie free. 19 February 1982 (USA) See more » Also Known As: Das Ding aus dem Sumpf See more » Filming Locations. Wes Craven really directed a 'Swamp Thing' movie.

Alternate Versions The 2002 DVD release by MGM features some additional shots of nudity compared to the original US theatrical release: • When Adrienne Barbeau takes a bath in the swamp you could only see a side shot of her breast. Now you can see some extra seconds of full-on breast shots. • At the beginning of the party scene (Bruno's big comeuppance) two dancing gypsy women taking off their clothes. This footage was not included in previous video and laserdisc releases.

Printed an issue with The Thing on its cover asking, 'Is this the most hated movie of all time?' Some reviewers were dismissive of the film, calling it the 'quintessential moron movie of the 80's', 'instant junk', and a 'wretched excess'. 's Alan Spencer called it a 'cold and sterile' horror movie attempting to cash in on the genre audience, against the 'optimism of E.T., the reassuring return of Star Trek II, the technical perfection of Tron, and the sheer integrity of Blade Runner'. The plot was criticized as 'boring', and undermined by the special effects. The 's Linda Gross said that The Thing was 'bereft, despairing, and nihilistic', and lacking in feeling, meaning the characters' deaths did not matter. Spencer said it featured sloppy continuity, lacked pacing, and was devoid of warmth or humanity. David Ansen of felt the film confused the use of effects with creating suspense, and that it lacked drama by 'sacrificing everything at the altar of gore'.

MacReady speculates that the Thing intends to return to hibernation until a rescue team arrives. Download eyeshield 21 episode 118 sub indo. MacReady, Garry, and Nauls decide to detonate the entire station to destroy the Thing.

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We know that the Thing likes to wait until a character is alone, and then pounce, digest, and imitate him--by the time you see Doc again, is he still Doc, or is he the Thing? Well, the obvious defense against this problem is a watertight buddy system, but, time and time again, Carpenter allows his characters to wander off alone and come back with silly grins on their faces, until we've lost count of who may have been infected, and who hasn't. That takes the fun away.

Carpenter disowned this version, and theorized that Sheinberg had been mad at him for not taking his creative ideas on board for the theatrical cut. The Thing was released on in 1998 and featured additional content, such as The Thing: Terror Takes Shape—a detailed documentary on the production, deleted and alternate scenes, and commentary by Carpenter and Russell. An version followed in 2006 containing the same features, and a version in 2008 featuring just the Carpenter and Russell commentary, and some behind-the-scenes videos available via during the film.

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Shortly after its release, Wilbur Stark sued Universal for $43 million for 'slander, breach of contract, fraud and deceit', alleging he incurred a financial loss by Universal failing to credit him properly in its marketing and by showing his name during the end credits, a less prestigious position. Stark also said that he 'contributed greatly to the [screenplay]'. David Foster responded that Stark was not involved with the film's production in any way, and received proper credit in all materials.

What do you think the filmmaker's purpose was? • Were the because of onscreen mayhem or because of suspense-filled moments when you didn't know what was going to happen? Describe your feelings about and reactions to each type of 'horror.'

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The actor who played Childs,, said this regarding his missing breath, 'When I watched it again, I wouldn’t doubt — I’ve never asked, I haven’t seen John [Carpenter], but the next time I see John I want to ask him, ‘How much of that was put in post?’ Everything [Kurt] says, you see some smoke. Of course, now I see it.

Moments after Windows left, strands of tentacle-like sinew emerged from the remains of the dog-creature and the Norwegian, and proceed to assimilate Bennings. Windows returns to find the creature assimilating Bennings, and alerts MacReady, who activates the fire alarm; the team corners the alien in mid-transformation and burn it with fuel. Blair, meanwhile, has calculated that the creature will assimilate the entire planet within three years upon reaching civilization and suffers a mental breakdown: to prevent the alien from escaping, he disables the helicopters, tractors, kills the remaining dogs, and proceeds to wreck the radio room until the team overpowers him and lock him in the tool shed. Now isolated, the crew realizes that they might be contaminated and speculate on how to determine who is human. Windows finds that the medical blood supply has been destroyed, eliminating the chance of blood tests that could reveal the infected party; because the perpetrator used Garry's keys to access the blood, the team nearly dissolves into rampant paranoia as to who is guilty. MacReady puts Garry, Copper, and Clark into isolation, and orders Fuchs to continue Blair's work before an encroaching Arctic storm forces them inside tight quarters.

Best Lines: Palmer: 'You gotta be fuckin' kidding.' Clark: I don't know what the hell is in there, but it's weird and pissed off, whatever it is. Childs: You're gonna have to sleep sometime, MacReady. MacReady: I'm a real light sleeper, Childs.

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A US research station, Antarctica, early-winter 1982. The base is suddenly buzzed by a helicopter from the nearby Norwegian research station. They are trying to kill a dog that has escaped from their base. After the destruction of the Norwegian chopper the members of the US team fly to the Norwegian base, only to discover them all dead or missing. They do find the remains of a strange creature the Norwegians burned.

Then, they can burn all the aliens. Cooper comes up with a blood test, but someone sabotages the blood supply.

That’s probably what the Norwegians were trying to say in the first place, but that language barrier is a bitch. Realizing the implications, Blair withdraws from the team, and he becomes wary of everyone.

The concept isn't as smart as the makers think and the scrutiny isn't loud enough to bang its way out of the screen; it stays with you but maybe you don't want to keep it. It is short on technical aspects like background score, art design, visual effects, sound department and editing. The writing is weak on terms of creativity for it completely relies upon its concept and never even attempts to outgrow it which fades away its specific chareacteristics after the first act. The screenplay by Bill Lancaster is gripping if not smart, for it contains all the essential ingredients that a mandatory commercial cinema does, to draw in most of the attention from the audience.

Players take on the role of characters from the film or the Thing, each aiming to defeat the other through subterfuge and sabotage. See also:,, and published four comic book sequels starring MacReady, beginning in December 1991 with the two-part The Thing from Another World by, which is set 24 hours after the film. Pfarrer was reported to have pitched his comic tale to Universal as a sequel in the early 1990s. This was followed by the four-part The Thing from Another World: Climate of Fear in July 1992, the four-part The Thing from Another World: Eternal Vows in December 1993, and The Thing from Another World: Questionable Research.

The film cost $15,000,000 to produce, and debuted at #8 at the box office, with an opening weekend gross of $3.1 million. It went on to make $13,782,838 domestically. Carpenter and other writers have speculated that the film's poor performance was due to the release of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial two weeks earlier, with its more optimistic scenario of alien visitation (which received a 'PG' rating from the MPAA). The Thing also opened on the same day as Ridley Scott's science fiction film Blade Runner, which debuted at #2.