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Villain Madness 2015: The Frightful Four

Hold, Misquamacus! Due to backlash, we’ve decided to open legitimate voting back up for the first time? It all comes down to these four, who are counting on you with puppy dog eyes and kitten tongues, so vote, VOTE,  128 more words

Villain Madness

Vincent D’Onofrio On Biking Around NYC, 'Jurassic World,' And Why He’s Only Seen ‘Full Metal Jacket’ Once

It’s a pretty good year for Vincent D’Onofrio. On April 10, Daredevil, his highly anticipated Marvel series, premieres on Netflix (and we spoke to D’Onofrio about Daredevil in a… 839 more words


Full metal drumkit, emergent attractors and firing squads


Project chicken and conversation-on-conversations bring me back to the leader’s role in hosting transcendent discourse. For me, it is all about coordinating and cultivating. 274 more words


Stanley Kubrick Archive - Low Residency

Wednesday 4th March

Stanley Kubrick Archive

Thanks to the folks at the SKA.  This was a great visit.  Very knowledgable and informative walk through some of Kubrick’s work and ‘artefacts’ by Sarah Cox (with cameo from Sarah Smithers).  415 more words


Remembering Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick, the multifaceted filmmaker passed away on this day in 1999. Kubrick was born in New York, but spent most of his adult life in the United Kingdom. 169 more words


The Best of Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) is one of the most important and influential filmmakers of all time.  For generations of movie buffs and aspiring cineastes, he was a model of visual innovation and creative autonomy, and it was Kubrick, before anyone else, who came to embody the popular conception of what a movie director should be.  2,193 more words


Directors of Communication

When lurking around the internet one afternoon, I came upon an interesting comment about a couple of Stanley Kubrik films that really greased my gears. His film “A Clockwork Orange” takes a killer and turns him into an ordinary man and another film of his “Full Metal Jacket” takes an ordinary man and turns him into a killer. 284 more words

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