Tag Archives: Stanley Kubrick

BEST PICTURE REVISITED: MY FAIR LADY (1964)

In 1964, most people couldn’t tell you who Marni Nixon was. She had dubbed Deborah Kerr in The King and I and An Affair to Remember, then Natalie Wood in West Side Story — and without screen credit. But when it came to dubbing Eliza Doolittle, Audrey Hepburn suddenly experienced the first noteworthy public backlash to not singing for […]

ROOM 237

NOW AVAILABLE ON NETFLIX Like some otherworldly RiffTrax, Room 237 is two hours of intensive, insane speculation on what’s hidden within Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. We see fan-drawn maps of the Overlook Hotel, with shot-by-shot breakdowns of all geographical errors. The continuity mistkaes are amusing to notice; did Kubrick not catch the typewriter changing color, for instance? Did […]