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Kubrickian: Singularity and Influence

A Look at the Legacy of a Master

This essay is part of Lewton Bus KubrickWeek – check out the link to keep up with all of our content to celebrate the 50th anniversary of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Prologue There have been many titans of cinema, directors, producers, actors, editors, and writers, etc. who have been instrumental in shaping the history and aesthetics of film,

BARRY LYNDON: Stanley Kubrick’s Misunderstood Masterpiece

Kubrick's underrated, absurd and darkly comic period drama demands another look, if you haven't already

Stanley Kubrick is rightfully revered by many as one of the greatest, if not the greatest, filmmakers of all time. Over the course of his career spanning five decades, his filmmaking prowess only continued to grow endlessly as he delved further and further into his rigid, hyper-formal aesthetics that entranced an entire generation. You could name