A.I. Artificial Intelligence, a Spielberg film which is Kubrickian in origin, marks its 20th anniversary since its theatrical release in 2001. David (Haley Joel Osment) is a prototype child robot or a Mecha, if you will. He’s been programmed to love unconditionally–this includes Monica (Frances O’Connor). There are all sorts of Mechas and they’re jobs are to make human lives easier. Unfortunately, this also means humans are out of a job. When David’s family comes…"A.I. Artificial Intelligence Marks 20th Anniversary"
Stanley Kubrick’s 1987 Vietnam War classic, Full Metal Jacket, arrives on 4K Ultra HD over three decades after its theatrical release. While a recluse at home, Kubrick is also one of the all-time greats behind the camera. It shows through in films such as Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Spartacus to name a few. Full Metal Jacket is certainly no exception. Kubrick works the camera as only he can. The 4K remaster is…"Full Metal Jacket Arrives on 4K Ultra HD"
Stanley Kubrick’s classic black comedy, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, remains a genius political satire. This is a film that is surprisingly still relevant even some 20 years into the 21st century. Obviously, the film features one of the most iconic lines in cinema history but that’s beside the point. You could still make this film today. There is a lot happening in the span of 94…"Dr. Strangelove Remains A Genius Political Satire"
For the first time in history, Stanley Kubrick’s groundbreaking epic, 2001: A Space Odyssey, is available for audiences to bring home on 4K Ultra HD. The release of 2001 on 4K UHD comes after the film played a limited theatrical run this summer. The run followed the premiere of the “unrestored” 70mm print during the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival in May. It’s highly likely that this remastering doesn’t happen without director Christopher Nolan and…"2001: A Space Odyssey marks 50th Anniversary"
Leon Vitale could have had a solid career working as an actor. Instead, the young actor would go on to become Stanley Kubrick’s right hand man. His story is told in Filmworker. One role in a film can make a big difference in a career. In the case of Leon Vitali’s career, this couldn’t be more true. Director Stanley Kubrick selected the British television actor to play the part of Lord Bullingdon in Barry Lyndon. The…"Filmworker: A Tribute to Stanley Kubrick"