As if Film4 FrightFest wasn't enough, a cinematic gift is on its way to our friends across the pond. The longer U.S. version of the Stephen King adaptation starring Jack Nicholson will reach British audiences for the first time this Halloween.
Here's a bit of news we didn't see coming -- Warner Bros. is apparently exploring the possibility of a prequel to The Shining, the 1980 Stanley Kubrick film based on the 1977 horror novel of the same name by Stephen King.
There were few scenes more powerful in Stanley Kubrick's classic 1980 film The Shining than the one featuring the infamous nude ghost in the bathtub who seduces Jack (Jack Nicholson) before she transforms into a hideous ghoul.
Unfortunately, one Sundance 2012 film that we didn't get a chance to see and review was Rodney Ascher's experimental documentary Room 237, which explores numerous theories about the real meaning of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, but thankfully IFC Films is about to make up for it.
We hate it when a plan falls apart. A couple of weeks ago, or was it last week? (so much new; so few brain cells)... Anyway, previous reports of a rare print of The Shining with an alternate ending being shown in New York have proven false.
Oh, how we wish we were based out of Rochester, New York. Why? Because the Stanley Kubrick terror-driven tour de force The Shining will be playing up on the big screen like you've never seen it before.
One of our must-buy goodies this year at Comic-Con is without question Chris Santoro's Retro Outlaw A Clockwork Orange figure! After spending time at the booth drooling over it, we snapped a few pics for you guys!
You want badass? You've got badass! Fans of Stanley Kubrick's amazing film A Clockwork Orange will be in for a real treat at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con when Christian Santoro's Retro Outlaw Studios releases one hell of an exclusive!