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Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick

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  1. Also: a vagina-hand slug thingee! The post Stanley Kubrick Meets A-ha in Sylosis’ NSFW Animated Video for “Leech” appeared first on MetalSucks . FULL ARTICLE AT MetalSucks

  2. The Stephen King horror novel, turned Stanley Kubrick film classic, turned musical parody, showcased Tony Award winner Alice Ripley Next to Normal as Wendy and Tony Award nominated actor, Douglas ... FULL ARTICLE AT Broadway World

  1. Stanley Kubrick Really Loved The Color Red [Supercut]

    REDRUM. REDRUM.In The Shining, which has one of the most chilling and memorable scenes from any horror film ever made, waves of blood gush from the elevators of the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fast Company

  2. "Interstellar" joins a legacy of thoughtful sci-fi epics that began in 1968 when Stanley Kubrick changed the movie landscape forever. Here are some of Sean Stangland's favorites. FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Herald

  3. BuzzFeed | The Washington Post Reuters media critic Jack Shafer tells Poynter Reuters let him go. “I’m fine,” Shafer told Poynter. “My philosophy is that the job belongs to the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Romenesko

  1. If “A.I. Artificial Intelligence” was Steven Spielberg doing Stanley Kubrick, then “Interstellar” is Christopher Nolan doing Steven Spielberg doing Stanley Kubrick. It’s no surprise to ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Japan Times

  2. Warren Clarke. Actor. April 26, 1947 - November 12, 2014. Aged 67.

    KNOWN to millions of viewers as Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel, actor Warren Clarke was also recognised as the thug Dim in Stanley Kubrick's controversial film A Clockwork Orange. FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Express

  3. Alan Cumming: ‘I was always told I was nothing’

    The gregarious Scottish actor is an A-lister in the US, but he remains an enigma on this side of the Atlantic. His new memoir sheds light on his eventful life ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  4. Oscars: 'Interstellar' Hopes to Avoid '2001' Awards Fate

    "Boring," "Too long," "What the hell?" — Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi classic confounded viewers, and as Christopher Nolan courts Oscar voters with his own space odyssey, he risks a similar outcome ... FULL ARTICLE AT Hollywood Reporter

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Stanley Kubrick (July 26, 1928 – March 7, 1999) was an influential American-British filmmaker, screenwriter, producer and photographer. He directed a number of highly acclaimed and often controversial films. Kubrick was noted for the scrupulous care with which he chose his subjects, his slow method of working, the variety of genres he worked in, his technical perfectionism, and his reclusiveness... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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