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Kubrick’s Labyrinth of the Mind

6 November 2014

Francesco Casetti says, “To present a story that has already been told, means to explore how cinema is capable of renewing and intensifying the relationship between text, representation, and spectatorship” (Casetti 84). 1,335 more words

Literary Criticism

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

I have been meaning to read this sequel of The Shining ever since the book was released but I have been busy. I have finished the book a month ago and again being busy kept me from writing the review till this day. 636 more words

Excessive Reader

Things You Need To See 6/29 - 7/5

Aaaand we’re back with another edition of Things You Need To See! This weekend has hot competition with the 4th of July weekend, but for moviegoers there are still some choice films coming out over the course of the week. 10 more words


RYAN ADAMS and the SHINING - " The Park Stage Live at Glastonbury " 28th June 2015

Ryan Adams and the Shining performed at the iconic Glastonbury Festival last weekend, and you can watch the full set below!, This Sunday, American artist… 258 more words


MM Top 5: Opinion changing movies

Author: Rob Stoakes

All views expressed in this MM Top 5 are those of the author and not necessarily the views of other contributors to the site. 1,118 more words


The Shining Film Review

Wait…it is the start of summer here in the northern hemisphere, yes? Yet, our book-film duo post series has us veering into cold, dark horror territory this month. 1,899 more words


Doctor Sleep - A Review

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved Doctor Sleep. It seemed to me a coming of age not only for the main character, Danny Torrance, but for Stephen King as well. 126 more words