John Carpenter gets his own holiday in Las Vegas

The "Master of Horror," John Carpenter, was honored on Sunday at Fremont Street Experience for his contributions to the entertainment community in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas officials and dignitaries recognized the director, screenwriter, producer, musician, editor, and composer with "John Carpenter Day" on October 29.

Carpenter's career spans 40 years. He's helped create iconic movies like "Halloween," "They Live," "The Fog," "Christine," "Escape from New York," "The Thing," "Escape from L.A.," and "Big Trouble in Little China."

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