Amazon is selling the box set with 2001, A Clockwork Orange and The Shining all on Blu for $10.
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Lost Ending To Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining' Revealed | The Playlist
What was in the segment? Well, it was a scene set inside a hospital after the events at Overlook, in which Mr. Ullman tells Wendy that Jack Torrance's body was never found. He then gives Danny a tennis ball, which is of course what lured the child to the infamous Room 237 earlier in the film.
This much is known to anyone who is fan of the movie, but Unkrich got his hands on the actual script so you can now read the full scene right here, and it is pretty remarkable stuff. But additionally there's an epilogue in there that audiences have never seen, which is also eerie, if perhaps over the top:
I need that documentary.And there will be more to pore over as well with Rodney Ascher's rather remarkable documentary "Room 237" -- which explores the many, many theories about the "real" meaning of the movie -- hopefully on its way to theaters this year (and fingers crossed it's not running into any legal issues given how much it relies on using footage from the film).
has anybody else been to the kubrick exhibit at the lacma? because it's pretty ****ing awesome!
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IFC Films will release the documentary, which explores all the various conspiracy theories associated with Stanley Kubrick’s landmark horror classic “The Shining,” this spring. Directed by Rodney Ascher, the movie is a marvelous examination of various theories -- from the plausible to the outrageous -- that have been attached to the movie throughout the years. The premise may sound corny, but the picture is a riveting watch, and ultimately, it's less about what "The Shining" means than the passion and attention the picture continues to generate to this day.
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Matthew Modine's Full Metal Jacket Diary App Is Available Now - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors
combine the diary entries and photographs that Matthew Modine made during his time filming Stanley Kubrick‘s Full Metal Jacket. Much of this material was previously published as a hardback book but that’s rare as hen’s teeth now, and the app will also feature Modine reading his diaries as well as the text.