John Carpenter’s The Thing as a LucasArts Style Point and Click adventure by Paul Conway

You can always hand it to Reddit for bringing the most random things to the attention of the masses.  At the same time I always feel that the site is an excellent pulse for what’s actually popular instead of what people are spitting out at us.  You see, we don’t have the luxury of voting on what’s on our screens on a daily basis.  If we did then shows would probably be canceled way faster that having to check the ratings in Nielsen.

In any event, it certainly wasn’t my choice for this picture to be popular but I’m not going to argue it.  Paul Conway, a freelance video game artist created this The Thing as a LucasArts Style Point and Click adventure photo and people are loving it.  Any thoughts on this?   Any thoughts on yet another redo of this film if only it’s done right?

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