Michael Tyburski unpacks the enduring appeal of Stanley Kubrick's 1975 epic period piece, the film he considers the greatest of all time.
Zach Clark once again revisits Kubrick's ever-shifting final film, this time finding echoes of everything from Jerry Lewis to Pier Paolo Pasolini.
We like our superhero movies fun and uncomplicated, so it's no surprise this subversive, complex and determinedly modern vision has been rejected.
Recorded live at Soho House, one of the great living genre directors in conversation with the creator of the 2016's latest horror sensation.
In the most famously haunted hotel in America, a film scares this Master of Horror with a most powerful weapon: the truth.
The actor's memoir about working on Kubrick's penultimate movie provides insight into the great director, Modine himself and '80s Hollywood life.
Memories of early Fincher and the passing of another great director, and connecting the dots between two twisted, satirical thrillers about marriage.