Kubrick’s chilling adaptation of Stephen King’s The Shining returns to theaters this month
The sick and twisted characters of The Overlook Hotel have been resurrected. However, this time with some singing credentials in Redrum: The Unauthorized Musical Parody of The Shining.
The Stephen King horror novel, turned Stanley Kubrick film classic, turned musical parody, showcased Tony Award winner Alice Ripley (Next to Normal) as Wendy and Tony Award-nominated actor, Douglas Sills (The Scarlet Pimpernel), as Jack at a sneak peek last night at Pearl Studios in New York City.
Ikea Singapore has a pretty stellar commercial making the rounds online. The promo, which is airing overseas in celebration of Halloween takes its cue from a horror classic and its attention to detail is spot-on. Here is the commercial’s description, per Ikea.
Late night shopping may never be the same again after you watch IKEA
The Overlook Hotel – a prequel to The Shining – is still open for business. Variety reports Mark Romanek is in the running to helm the film for Variety.
The project’s origins began in 2012, when the L.A. Times reported Warner Bros. was working with writer/producer Laeta Kalogridis (Shutter Island, Avatar) and her partners Bradley Fischer and James Vanderbilt on the prequel.
Those three are still involved, however, Glenn Mazzara – former showrunner of The Walking Dead and showrunner of the upcoming Damien series – has penned an original script.
Yesterday, we kicked off our month-long Kings of Horror series, a mini-review program packed with analysis and trivia concerning the theatrical releases of Stephen King, beginning with Carrie and ending with the Carrie redo.
We’re sharing the series with CraveOnline and co-host William Bibbiani and, today, it’s all about Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.
In spite of the fact that Stephen King doesn’t care for the film, we can’t sing its praises enough. So head inside for Kings of Horror Episode 2: The Shining!