How Has Everyone Not Watched This Footage Of Jack Nicholson Prepping For The Axe Scene In ‘The Shining’?
The Shining not only boasts some of the slickest cinematography and direction in any horror film — the tracking shots are moments of miraculousness — but it also contains one of Jack Nicholson‘s greatest
“For a generation of Americans,” wrote President Obama on the death of Roger Ebert in April 2013, “Roger was the movies. When he didn’t like a film, he was honest. When he did he was effusive… The movies
It seemed like you couldn’t go two pages on the internet this past Friday without tripping over some scientist’s guest post on the bunk science in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar (our review). Personally,
After a decade of exploring the Martian surface, the scientists overseeing veteran rover Opportunity thought they’d seen it all. That was until a rock mysteriously “appeared” a few feet in front of the
Upstream Colour Blu-ray & DVD, Metrodome First acts are overrated. All too often, the first third of a movie is a narrative non-starter – a barren storytelling tundra hospitable only to weak expositional
The director has dismissed as a 'cheap trick' the open letter written to him by a graphic artist claiming his poster designs had been ripped off Published: 29 Nov 2013 The director has never been short
Chicago may soon take a first step toward becoming the first major U.S. city to regulate the sale of e-cigarettes. The Chicago Sun-Times reports Mayor Rahm Emanuel is joining forces with two powerful --