Tag Archives: Stanley Kubrick
The 31 Days of Horror, Days 20-22: A Stephen King Mini-Marathon (The Mist, The Shining, & Silver Bullet)
Nearing the home stretch of this list, I’m aware that we’ve doubled up before: the weekend of October 6th we looked at George Romero’s first two Living Dead movies, and I got vocal about small but wonderful stretches of the other…
What do you call a misfire that nonetheless succeeds? Call it the first of Popdose’s new series, Sequelitis.
Kubrick’s meditation on the Vietnam War gets a special Blu-ray edition.
On the eve of Thanksgiving, Dw. Dunphy serenades the Disney turkey that is The Black Hole.
Axel Foley, the Terminator, Supergirl, Mozart, and God all make appearances in this week’s Box Office Flashback to December 10, 1984.
There are only five days until Halloween and the Popdose staff is counting down the 20 most frightening films of all time — and as a bonus, we’re giving away a digital copy of The Exorcist.
“Come play with us forever and ever and ever.” Kelly Stitzel invites you up to room 237 to listen to The Shining‘s epically creepy soundtrack.
For this week’s Popdose Flashback, Bob Cashill reminisces about the B-52s’ Cosmic Thing — and a certain very, very friendly young lady in Thailand.