Staircases to Nowhere is an incredibly fascinating glimpse inside the making of a masterpiece, and a must-watch for all lovers of film.
Today, we hop into our time machines and head back to the late 70s, to hang out with the Torrance family and the one and only Stanley Kubrick, on the set of The Shining.
This all-female blues rock trio founded by White Zombie's Sean Yseult pays shot-by-shot homage to Stanley Kubrick's horror classic. Check it out!
Read the original pages for a cut scene from "The Shining"
Rodney Ascher's documentary follows Kubrick-obsessed fans as they discuss various conspiracy theories around his iconic film The Shining.
Stanley Kubrick made The Shining more than 30 years ago and people have been obsessing over it since.
It's a big day for a young movie geek when s/he realizes that certain (or even most) movies work on "multiple levels." A 12-year-old film fanatic probably doesn't know what "subtext" means, but a smart kid only has to watch Pink Floyd: The Wall or A Clockwork Orange once or twice before realizing that there's a lot more going on than just the surface-level story.