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  Started at the Bottom: The Cinematography of
Film School RejectsStarted at the Bottom: The Cinematography of John AlcottFilm School RejectsAlcott got his big break while working on Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey as a lighting cameraman. When the film's original cinematographer, Geoffrey Unsworth, had to leave the project after two years owing to other commitments, Alcott was ...
Posted on 18 April 2017 | 11:01 am
  Let's scrape together The Shining epilogue
A.V. ClubLet's scrape together The Shining epilogue that Stanley Kubrick destroyedA.V. ClubStephen King is brilliant, but he's also sometimes wrong. For years, the prolific horror author has asserted that Stanley Kubrick's 1980 adaptation of The Shining is not just a bad adaptation but also a bad movie, “a Cadillac with no engine in it” that ...
Posted on 11 April 2017 | 2:47 pm
  The Shining and the immortality of evil |
Den of Geek UKThe Shining and the immortality of evil | Den of GeekDen of Geek UKWhat's The Shining really about? We delve into the underlying theme of Stanley Kubrick's horror classic...Stephen King is pleased with the new 'It' movie - UK Blasting NewsBlasting Newsall 4 news articles »
Posted on 9 April 2017 | 11:04 pm
  Fear and Desire: The Movie Stanley Kubrick
Mental FlossFear and Desire: The Movie Stanley Kubrick Didn't Want You to SeeMental FlossThe motionless red-eyed lens of an evil computer; gallons of blood spilling out of an Art Deco elevator; a group of sinister, top hat-wearing teenagers strolling down a dreary riverbank in slow motion; an older man watching a young girl sunbathing ...
Posted on 7 April 2017 | 11:05 am
  Stanley Kubrick: '2001: A Space Odyssey'
1428 ElmStanley Kubrick: '2001: A Space Odyssey' Merchandise Is Out Of ...1428 ElmStanley Kubrick fans can now space out on an exclusive line of merchandise on his beloved 1969 otherworldly epic, '2001: A Space Odyssey.'and more »
Posted on 5 April 2017 | 3:21 pm
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  Movie quiz for August 28th
10. Which long running festival has awarded its Golden Leopard to films by the likes of Stanley Kubrick, Jim Jarmusch and Mike Leigh?
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 8:57 pm
  Hannibal: farewell to the best bloody show
But on Hannibal, Fuller reveals his skill for beautifying the disgusting: he is the figurative lovechild of Stanley Kubrick and David Lynch, with a knack for an eerie atmosphere. Blood doesn’t splatter in Hannibal: it oozes, often artfully across a snowy ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 7:24 pm
  This video of a kid's transforming Optimus
Making the clip all the more delightful is the cinematography, with enough angles to please Stanley Kubrick. Michael Bay would probably have included more high-speed chases, of course, but Munro can save that for the inevitable sequel on his son's seventh ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 6:44 pm
  Buy Spock's uniform, Fizzgig and a Dalek at
It is part of a major prop auction that also includes other "Back to the Future" memorabilia. View gallery Stanley Kubrick's film interpretation of the Anthony Burgess novel "A Clockwork Orange" still stands as a landmark in movie history. This outrageous ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 8:22 am
  The Beatles nearly made The Lord of the
“The Beatles once approached Stanley Kubrick to do The Lord of the Rings,” explained director/producer Peter Jackson to Deadline last year. “This was before Tolkien sold the rights. They approached him and he said no. I actually spoke about this with ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 7:14 am
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  Decrypting Kubrick: Toronto film decodes
Some think Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" is a horror masterpiece. Others find it a mix between overblown fright flick and art film.
Posted on 7 September 2012 | 10:46 am
  McDowell's cricket gear inspired `Clockwork'
One of cinema's most stylish psychopaths got his look because Malcolm McDowell happened to have his cricket uniform with him while talking over his "A Clockwork Orange" character with Stanley Kubrick.
Posted on 19 May 2011 | 9:20 am
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Posted on 26 April 2017 | 6:37 pm
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Posted on 26 April 2017 | 6:37 pm
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  Resolved Question: Stanley Kubrick Films?
Can you tell me which Kubrick films are hard to follow and which aren't? I've only seen Dr. Strangelove and Full Metal Jacket and I really want to see his other films but I'm not sure if they're confusing or not. I can handle a good complex film but not if it's burdened with symbolism and endless hours of analysis. Out of these following films (if you've watched them), can you tell me if I'll be able to understand them easily?: A Clockwork Orange Spartacus 2001: A Space Odyssey The Killing Barry Lyndon Fear and Desire Killer's Kiss Paths of Glory Lolita The Shining Eyes Wide Shut I know that's a lot of films but honestly, Kubrick is praised as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time and I'd love to watch all his films because they sound breathtaking and groundbreaking, but if a film is confusing and burdened with analysis then I don't think I'm quite ready for it. Out of the above films, if you've seen any, can you tell me which are accessible and which aren't, and perhaps why?
Posted on 5 August 2013 | 2:21 pm
  Resolved Question: Stanley Kubrick vs Alfred
Who was the better director? Kubrick directed films like 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr Strangelove, The Shining, Eyes Wide Shuts etc. Hitchcock directed Vertigo, Psycho, North By Northwest and other films. Both are considered to be the 2 greatest directors in history. I think Kubrick is better as he ventured into every genre, all of his films look unique and different. Hitchcock IMO was good but nowhere near on the level of Kubrick. Hitchcock films tend to look the same, he rarely ventured out of the thriller genre.
Posted on 26 June 2013 | 1:13 pm
  Resolved Question: Why do people hate
Especially A Clockwork Orange??????????? The film came out in 1971, extremely risky for Kubrick to do such a thing. And the storyline was brilliant, it was different to other films, other films take about 5-10 minutes to set the story plot of the film, for A Clockwork Orange it took 1 1/2 hours, I'm willing to bet most people who say its bad haven't even seen it all, they only stopped halfway. Then I see people throwing HUGE amounts of hate on 2001, now I shall admit that it was very slow and long in the beginning. But did people even understand the film? Did they understand what the apes where doing touching that Monolith? Do they hate Kubrick films because they compare them to normal everyday films such as Pitch Perfect the Hangover and those kind? And yes I am Kubricks biggest fan :) Paths of Glory is the only film I haven't seen of his, it's meant to be one of his best so I will save that for decades in the future. I don't know what I will do when I say I can't watch anymore Stanley Kubrick films :( I wouldn't know what to watch anymore. What other director will entertain me anywhere near as much as Kubrick entertained me?
Posted on 31 May 2013 | 9:55 pm
  Resolved Question: Stanley Kubrick vs Martin
I personally prefer Kubrick but what do you guys think? Also, what is your favorite movie from each director? Mine are... SK- A Clockwork Orange MS- Raging Bull
Posted on 8 May 2013 | 6:13 am
  Resolved Question: Alfred Hitchcock vs
These two directors more than any other often pop up in debates on who the greatest director of all time is. So which of these do you prefer/think is the greatest movie director ever? If neither, state who you think is the greatest director ever is. Personally I say Hitchcock, he made the greatest thrillers ever made and each and every one of them were easily accessible. Kubrick's movies are too slow and clinical.
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