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Eyes Wide Shut 25 years on: A feast for the eyes, a nightmare for the mind

Eyes Wide Shut 25 years on: A feast for the eyes, a nightmare for the mind

As part of Cultplex’s on-going Movie Church series, fans of Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut celebrate his beautifully nightmare-ish film 25 years on
Golden Oldies: Barry Lyndon, Kubrick’s masterful period drama

Golden Oldies: Barry Lyndon, Kubrick’s masterful period drama

For our next Golden Oldies, Tilly Price writes about her favourite period drama, Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon.
Déjà Review: Eyes Wide Shut

Déjà Review: Eyes Wide Shut

Twenty years on from its original release, Stanley Kubrick’s final feature proves as baffling, bizarre and frankly dull as ever, writes Alex Ferguson
DéjàReview: The Shining

DéjàReview: The Shining

Kubrick’s most controversial film based of the Steven King novel of the same name, The Shining, is revisited by writer Tom Kuson
Review: Doctor Sleep

Review: Doctor Sleep

30 years after The Shining’s release, its long-awaited sequel proves, despite some flaws, to be a worthy successor to Stanley Kubrick’s masterpice, writes Carl Fitzgerald

Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

Stanley Kubrick’s classic reduces the horror of the Cold War into a dark but timeless comedy

Classic Review: Paths of Glory

With the centenary of the outbreak of WWI in mind, Adam Waterfield looks back at Kubrick’s Paths of Glory

Feature: Hollywood and Science

Nicole Tamer looks at how science has inspired numerous filmmakers

Review: Gravity

Gravity gets a thumbs up from The Mancunion with graphics and acting that are, quite simply, out of this world

‘A Clockwork Orange’ exhibit opens at John Rylands Library

50th anniversary of revolutionary novel celebrated at the John Rylands Library