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John Carpenter's The Thing is both a horror and science-fiction classic. Now more than 30 years old, this R-rated remake of The Thing from Another World unveiled a shape-shifting alien invader that spurred fear and dangerous paranoia amongst a remote American research station in the Antarctic. Fresh off playing one-eyed badass Snake Plissken in Carpenter's Escape from New York, Kurt Russell reteamed with the visionary genre director for The Thing, where he created the character of R.J. MacReady, a charismatic but doomed roughneck. After all the body horror, brutal gore, and nightmare-inspiring creature effects, The Thing winds down to a chilling finish. MacReady and his colleague Childs (Keith David) are all that remains of their crew. Having blown up the base in hopes of killing this heinous killer beast, the two . already caked in ice and snow.shiver and essentially await death. But the question lingers.is one of them »

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