Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining is an irreplaceable part of modern pop culture, even if Stephen King hates it.
‘Filmworker’ Tells The Story Of Stanley Kubrick’s Later Career Through The Eyes Of His Right Hand Man
Fans of Stanley Kubrick’s later movies, basically those from Barry Lyndon on, are going to love FIlmworker and its behind-the-scenes accounts.
Cinema Fearité Presents ‘Killer’s Kiss’ – An Early Noir From Future Master Stanley Kubrick
There’s little doubt that Stanley Kubrick is one of the most influential directors in modern cinema. He revolutionized the science fiction genre with 2001: A Space Odyssey, the dystopian nightmare with A Clockwork Orange, the horror movie with The Shining, and the war film with Full Metal Jacket. He even invented the political satire with […]
Touch Of Noir: Stanley Kubrick’s Genre Changing Edgy Crime Noir ‘The Killing’
Stanley Kubrick is best known for his films 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Lolita (1962), The Shining (1980) and A Clockwork Orange (1971), but he always considered his first mature feature film to be the elaborate film noir heist The Killing (1956). Clearly overshadowed by his later works, The Killing is generally viewed as a […]