Stanley Kubrick is one of the world's greatest filmmakers. Stephen King is one of the world's greast horror writers. Join us at nowplayingpodcast.com to hear if these are two great tastes that taste great together, and also look at King's own 1997 TV Miniseries adaptation!
The Shining (1997)17/12/2013 Duración: 125h51min
Stanley Kubrick's The Shining is considered a horror classic, but original Shining author Stephen King never felt it lived up to his original vision. So in 1997, for the novel's 20th anniversary, King and longtime collaborator Mick Garris reunited to bring The Shining to audiences as an ABC mini-series. While time has not granted this series the iconic status of Kubrick's film, is King's vision one worth seeing? Listen to Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart's review to find out!
The Shining (1980)10/12/2013 Duración: 132h53min
Stephen King is a best selling, award winning horror author. Stanley Kubrick is regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time. When these two came together a horror classic was born -- The Shining. It has scared audiences for over thirty years, and now Stuart, Arnie, and Jakob are reviewing it as the next film in the Stephen King Movie Retrospective Series. But King famously dislikes the movie. Will any of our hosts agree? Listen to find out!