John Carpenter Forced To Explain To Neo-Nazis That "They Live" Not About Jews Controlling World


Everybody loves the 1988 cult classic film They Live, about pro wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper, imbued with the power of magic sunglasses that allow him to see hidden aliens that secretly control humanity, chewing bubblegum and kicking ass… and he's all out of bubblegum. But did you know that the film is also a racist message about Jews controlling the world? No? Well, that's good, because that means you're probably not a Neo-Nazi. It also means you're probably not an idiot, because that's not what the movie is about at all.

Unfortunately, that was somewhat unclear to Neo-Nazis, who have apparently been floating that theory so much on the internet that director John Carpenter himself was forced to take to Twitter to dispel it:

So there you have it, because, apparently, that needed to be said.

via IndieWire

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