Or: How I Learned to Stop Hating and Appreciate The Shining
Tagged: Stanley Kubrick
The most fun you’ll have at the movies this year, Baby Driver is an original kind of cool that reminds us why Edgar Wright is always worth the wait.
Two star-powered arthouse movies that take human nature to some very strange places.
How many of Flickchart’s Top Ten movies of 1956 have you seen?
Blogger Connor Adamson’s Stephen King journey continues down the winding roads towards the Overlook Hotel in his blog on the hotel horror THE SHINING!
This week we’ll be doing matchups featuring the work of director Stanley Kubrick. Let’s commence with a bit of the old ultra-violence – A Clockwork Orange vs. Scarface.
Our bloggers have been asked to choose four directors to represent the very best in film. Who would you choose to carve on a “Directors’ Mount Rushmore”?
The setting and the android are the stuff of prestige science fiction, but the story and characters are version 1.0.
Steven Spielberg has announced he is working with Stanley Kubrick‘s estate on developing the late filmmaker’s project, Napoleon, based on the life of the French Revolutionary leader. Originally written as a screenplay by Kubrick back in...
When all movies have already been discussed, dissected, and debated from all points of view: “What’s left to say?”