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!
Writer and podcaster Molly Lambert from the Night Call and Molly’s Sleazy Friends discusses everything Shelley, including her magical fairie tale kingdom on cable, as we watch Jack shifts into Scary Dad mode.
We zoom from a bachelor pad in Florida to a bathroom in Colorado, hitting the midpoint of the movie on the way there. We ponder paintings and Peter Sellers, and Jack is finally terrified…until he’s not.
Stewart Thorndike, who played Nuala in Eyes Wide Shut and is a horror movie writer and director (Lyle), discusses Wendy’s problematic situation, what’s missing in horror films, and what it was like to act for Kubrick.
An excerpt from a Patreon-only discussion of Kubrick’s sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. This was an extremely fun roundtable, where we covered behind-the-scenes facts, the meaning of the movie, and debated its place in movie history.
Bruce Handy from Vanity Fair, who has an article in the current issue titled “2001: A Film Odyssey,” science journalist Corey Powell from Discover, American Scientist and Bill Nye, and film critic Christopher Funderburg from The Pink Smoke dig into what some consider the greatest movie ever made. A lively discussion with insider facts from the Kubrick Archive, fascinating science background info, and much debate over this movie’s place in the history of cinema.
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Each month I will focus on a different Kubrick movie, and this bonus content will only be available on my Patreon account.
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