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King ditches the prose in his occasionally resonant sequel to THE SHINING.
You're gonna want all of this.
The author's most personal work is his most poetic and heartbreaking.
Since this is the best batch of BADASS SUNDAY COMICS we've ever had, Scott's giving one of this week's artists something cool...with your help.
Check out this astonishing CG model of Jack from THE SHINING.
Devin is in Colorado for a horror film festival at the hotel that inspired THE SHINING!
Your faithful Badass-in-Chief will moderate a SHINING discussion panel with Stanley Kubrick's assistant Leon Vitali, ROOM 237 director Rodney Ascher and THE SHINING miniseries director Mick Garris!
Artificial expansion ahoy!
The documentary about fan theories on Kubrick's THE SHINING hits limited theaters and VOD tomorrow. Here's a guide on how to approach it.
The author weighs in on Warner Bros' rumored prequel to THE SHINING.
Now that's a cool piece of geek swag.
The real picture Kubrick used!
Incredible paper artworks depicting some of horror's scariest homes!
An eclectic mix of music with roots in tales of terror.
An experimental showing of Kubrick's THE SHINING plays the movie forwards and backwards at the same time on the same screen, creating bizarre juxtapositions and startling synchronicities.
Brian takes a look at the documentary about THE SHINING obsessives.
Warner Bros may be looking to delve into the Overlook Hotel's origins.
Stephen King has written the first chapter of his sequel to THE SHINING. Watch him read the chapter aloud, and then let's dissect it!
What secrets and mysteries are contained within Stanley Kubrick's THE SHINING? This documentary examines theories both amazing and strange.
An extensive, incredible video examination of the mind-blowing sets of THE SHINING.
Because all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
JANE EYRE opens next week. It could potentially be awesome. In the meantime, here are twelve feature films that lived up to the kick-ass novels from which they were adapted.
Sure, there’s nothing new about the ironic use of movie scenes to create quirky animated GIFs, but the ones found on the tumblelog IF WE DON’T, REMEMBER ME. are on another level.