Bernard Hermann's soundtrack for The Day the Earth Stood Still is a timeless classic:
Incidentally, I found the 5-issue Millennium comics by Joe Harris quite good! Too bad it didn't sell enough to do more. But it offered an interesting continuation to Frank, the Group and Jordan's gift.
What's your favourite Carpenter movie? I am going through them all, I haven't seen them all yet, but right now I would say: "In the Mouth of Madness"! The best "unofficial adapatation" of Lovecraft out there.
With strong contenders "The Thing" (delicious paranoia!) and "Escape from New York" (still incredibly modern).
Although lately he'd rather talk about his music rather than his movies...
However, they have run out of DVD/BR copies on their official site so there's no way to watch it right now. Unless you get to invite them for a showing at your local film festival!
Although I wonder, in a few years' time when no more DVDs/BluRays come out for new shows and streaming is the only way to watch them, even if each service is like 10 €/month, who is going to pay every month each separate service: Netflix, HBO, Disney, Amazon, CBS, Apple, that's already 60 €/month... (OK, there would be overlap in their libraries, but only some)
I would have loved to have been to Buntzen Lake in a day with an atmosphere like this, fog, clouds. I think that's where the episode of Millennium "Lamentation" was shot, too.
Does he mean that he just read about this online? Does he mean he remembers her mentioning it but he is not sure anymore because his memory is fuzzy on not important things? Does he mean that they discussed this between them and that his own interpretation and only his own interpretation is that she's finished? Does he mean that he keeps thinking about that statement? So many mysteries to explore!