In a recent interview with The Toronto Star, acclaimed filmmaker David Cronenberg had some very interesting words about the late great Stanley Kubrick. Will this cause the same fervor as Romero stating he's not into "The Walking Dead"?
One of the most revered films around the Dread Central offices is Stanley Kubrick's masterful tale of terror that is based upon Stephen King's classic novel The Shining. As good as that film is though... that's not gonna stop the folks over at The Onion from having some fun at its expense.
Rodney Ascher's controversial documentary on Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, entitled Room 237, is on its way to home video, and we have all the details you need right here. No conspiracy theory needed.
Another cool (and extremely yellow) poster has arrived for Rodney Ascher's controversial documentary on Stanley Kubrick's The Shining entitled Room 237, and we have it for ya hot, fresh, and full of twists and turns!
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Even though it has been over three decades since Stanley Kubrick released The Shining, that doesn't mean that the passing of time has slowed down his fans who still dissect and theorize about the film.
So, ever wonder what someone who worked on The Shining, say Stanley Kubrick's personal assistant Leon Vitali for instance, thinks of Rodney Ascher’s conspiracy theory-laden Shining documentary Room 237? Well then, read on!
Here's one for you that's bound to tax your noodle. Wow, that sounded kind of dirty, didn't it? In any event... a new poster for The Shining documentary Room 237 has arrived. Check it out!
One-sheets in promotion of movies, etc., should always entice and elicit a response from the prospective viewer. The days of the floating head design seem to be just about behind us so it's getting easier to appreciate new creative artwork. Such is the case here with this latest poster for Room 237.
With Room 237 gearing up for its premiere on March 29th at IFC Center and Elinor Bunim Monroe Film Center in New York City, followed by a national rollout including Cable VOD, iTunes, and other digital outlets, a new one-sheet has been unleashed.
The good folks over at IFC have just unleashed their first official trailer for Rodney Ascher's experimental documentary about Stanley Kubrick's The Shining called Room 237, and we have it for you here! Dig it!
Every now and again someone digs up a long lost relic pertaining to Stanley Kubrick's horror masterpiece The Shining, and each time it happens, what we see leaves us grinning from ear to ear. Kind of like the way Nicholson did in his "Heeeere's Johnny!" moment.
Now this is pretty damned cool. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is currently hosting The Stanley Kubrick Exhibit, and one lucky visitor to the event came back with a series of images detailing rejected art designs for The Shining complete with handwritten rejection notes by Kubrick.
Our friends over at Empire Online just scored themselves a look at the UK quad one-sheet for Rodney Ascher's experimental documentary about Stanley Kubrick's The Shining called Room 237, and we have it for you here!
Rodney Ascher's experimental documentary Room 237, which explores numerous theories about the real meaning of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, is getting set to play the Toronto International Film Festival and we have some new stills. Well, sort of.