If you are a fan of Stanley Kubrick's epic cinema and Shining is one of your favorite movies, you must watch this documentary!
I wasn’t aware they gave out PhDs specifically for Kubrick film analysis, but the interviews in this made me a believer.
Incredibly insightful and shows the capability evidence (even when proving something that isn’t true)
Most of this is actually true. Kubrick was once a chess hustler, and with age and work experience, he became a true controller,and it shows.
It’s a very insightful documentary. My jaw dropped a few times, make sure you watch The Shining first, though!
A film more about obsession with the Shining than about the film itself. Required viewing if you want to understand Kubrick's creative reach
The shining has a tangible bleed out effect that cannot be ignored.
The prime example of over analyzing a film. Lots to discuss, but the crazy people’s opinions are on equal level with legit observations.
Perfect for Kubrick fans who love to create crazy theories on his movies
I enjoyed the bizarre and obsessive theories these people thought up but I don’t think they’re what Kubrick really “hid” in the film.
Okay but I’m not a fan if documentaries.. so it’s a me issue
A film for people with crazy thoughts about a classic movie about people with crazy thoughts about a classic movie. And that’s a good thing
Hopes were high when I started this. But so many of the “theories” they talk about are so ridiculous and uninteresting. Wasted Potential.
Starts out strong and finishes in a rambling mess of conspiracy. First half is definitely worth watching though!
A deep dive into various conspiracy theories surrounding Stanley Kubrick and his films. Weirdly fascinating.
Very interesting and informative.Didn't think the structure would work but it did.Couldn't help but laugh at some parts as it was so serious
Want even more existential dread from kubrick's famous film? Look no further. This documentary is a must see for film fanatics
This doc is interesting but slow and boring at times
Very interesting, really makes you think!
This documentary is so amateur that I could stand it! It’s bad...