William Dishon’s review published on Letterboxd:
This feels like Carpenter at his height. Opening sequence is a phenomenal piece of cinema, and the score is just amazing. It's one of those films so smoothly paced that it's over in no time. The plot conveniences can be a little hilarious at points, but that's really the only problem I have with it. Re-watching this is always a treat.
Sorry but i'm skipping The Fog and Escape From New York because I don't like those films, so next Carpenter film I watch will be The Thing. Yay!