Episode 49: CAN’T WATCH, LITERALLY with Andy Newman from The New York Times and Fran Pado from Goddess

Episode 49: CAN’T WATCH, LITERALLY with Andy Newman from The New York Times and Fran Pado from Goddess

Andy Newman from The New York Times and performer Fran Pado discuss Hallorann’s death fixation, validate “redrum” as a gimmick, and bonus: We have our first guest who was too scared to make it through the movie!

Download the file here: Shining Episode 49

 

The Shining-like scene begins at 1:25:27 and ends at 1:26:14

 

A free version of The Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan’s Island can be found here (click on lower movie link).

 

Early Scatman Crothers, Yes, Sir, Mr. Bones (1951)

 

More early Scatman!

 

Horror film in which Fran makes an appearance.

 

You can see Fran here at exactly 1:09, on the right.

 

A Scary Santas compilation I put together.

 

A transcribed (with clips) version of my Kevin Geek’s Out presentation on The Meaning of Christmas.

 

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Episode 48: HEEERE’S SHINING SECRETS with Pixar’s Lee Unkrich

Episode 48: HEEERE’S SHINING SECRETS with Pixar’s Lee Unkrich

 

Oscar-winning filmmaker Lee Unkrich discusses his upcoming book on The Shining, deleted scenes, and reveals the actor who was supposed to play Lloyd.

Download the file here: Shining Episode 48

 

The ax scene in Sjöström’s The Phantom Carriage (1921)

 

The ax scene in D.W. Griffith’s Broken Blossoms (1919) is from 1:17:00 until 1:18:05

 

The movie that scared the bejeezus out of a young Lee Unkrich

 

Mental Floss’s Nine The Shining References Buried in Pixar Films

SlashFilm’s Pixar’s Coco is filled with The Shining References

Lee Unkrich’s amazing website The Overlook Hotel

 

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Episode 47: MURDER BACKWARDS with Joe Dator from The New Yorker

Episode 47: MURDER BACKWARDS with Joe Dator from The New Yorker

 

The New Yorker‘s Joe Dator is back to discuss movie prequel The Overlook, other unmade Kubrick scripts, Pogo the Clown, and the regenerative properties of kids.

Download the file here: Shining Episode 47

 

Stanley Kubrick operating the camera for the first ax scene, outside the caretaker’s apartment.

 

Script for Napoleon

Script for The German Lieutenant

Script for Lunatic at Large

 

A cartoon from The New Yorker by our guest, Joe Dator.

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