He tried to do it on Pushing Daisies.
This documentary looks at some theories (You decide whether they're crazy or not) about Kubrick's The Shining.
"I was going to spend a year and a half analyzing the carpet patterns and looking at every shot a hundred times."
"A lot of decisions made on the set were about pragmatism: ‘This looks good.'"
He loves it so much that he started a site devoted to the film and helped fund the new documentary Room 237.
A new documentary explores the meanings that obsessive fans of the film have extracted.
Is it really about Native American genocide? Or the faked Apollo moon landing?
"Dr. Strangelove’s Secret Uses of Uranus," "Dr. Doomsday and His Nuclear Wiseman," and more!
It'll be a miniseries.
We were supposed to learn Danny and Wendy were alright.
In the latest "Pop Culture Memory Lane," comedian Connor Ratliff describes the time he showed the “funniest movie of all time” at his 13th-birthday party.
Listen to a Rare 1966 Interview Between New Yorker Writer Jeremy Bernstein and Stanley Kubrick, Held Over a Game of Chess
Kubrick was a "misfit"? Get outta here!
Here's Johnny, synchronized!
On E.T.: "What child leaves home and then throws a turd in their basket?"
Anything's better than "Patch Adams."
PTA meets 2001.
Did '2001: A Space Odyssey' invent the tablet?
"I believe you are the greatest film-maker at work today."
Hours of fun for your kids, assuming your kids are into obliquely purposeful narrative devices.