John Carpenter has an interesting track record of films. Many are considered cult classics like "Halloween," "The Thing," and "Escape from New York." Others are held in high esteem by some and shunned by others. I'm referring to "The Fog," "Prince of Darkness," and "Vampires." A select few are seen as outright disasters. One prime example everyone would agree on would be "Ghosts of Mars." A film that seems to fall just a little shy of being considered a shining example of his work is "They Live."