That A Clockwork Orange's McDowell manages to spin this around to sympathy in the third act is nothing short of a masterclass in audience manipulation.
'Books, records, films – these things matter. Call me shallow but it’s the f*****n’ truth.'
Through in some neat nods to 2001: A Space Odyssey and there's enough to make A.I. Artificial Intelligence an interesting watch for any Kubrick fan.
Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is blessed with an abundance of memorable scenes, and in its final moments proves to be surprisingly moving.
Okay, so there were plenty of other elements of disaster (the fact that Ishtar was filmed in the middle of ongoing conflict, its spiralling budget, the bickering cast and crew, the reviews) but the loss of May's singular comedic voice is…
As part of July's KubrickFeast, we asked the FeastFam team of writers to have a long, hard think about Stanley Kubrick and then wax lyrical accordingly. The results were...interesting! Today, I take on A Clockwork Orange. Video Nasty.…
Thomas & Friends. Except you don't really want friends, do you Thomas!
It doesn't matter whether you're one of the Heathers or a Martha Dunnstock, you're invited to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the black-hearted High School drama that broke the mould!
We've got these two splendid, blood-splattered The Shining vinyl figures to give away to celebrate our #KubrickFeast month.