Back in the seventies, movies didn't open on 4,000 screens the first day of a film.
After Ray Bradbury passed away, many pundits said it was the quality of his writing that helped elevate science fiction beyond its pulp novel reputation.
It makes sense that a documentary about The Shining would have some completely insane theories about the movie.
Beyond the Black Rainbow - which is more than slightly reminiscent of Stanley Kubrick's work - takes place in the "strange and oppressive emotional landscape" of 1983.
Wherever Stanley Kubrick is right now, considering how much he obsessed over every detail of his movies, you hope he's pleased that his fans are completely obsessing over his work.
Stanley Kubrick's classic adaption of The Clockwork Orange hit American theaters 40 years ago today, on February 2, 1972.
Stanley Kubrick invented the iPad, Samsung says, after trawling through science fiction movies to try and defend itself from Apple's copyright lawsuit.
The dystopian classic A Clockwork Orange will be released on Blu-ray for the first time in celebration of its 40th anniversary.