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The Kubrick Series

The Kubrick Series includes in-depth analysis and recounts of the Stanley Kubrick canon from Fear and Desire to The Shining, as well as over 60 interviews with his collaborators, friends and assorted critics and analyists, including Matthew Modine, Vincent D'Onofrio, Leon Vitali, James B. Harris, Malcolm McDowell and many others.

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The Kubrick Series Episode 6: Born to Kill

An exploration of Kubrick's seminal Vietnam War film with a panel of special guests including actors Matthew Modine and Vincent D'Onofrio, Kubrick's personal assistant Leon Vitali, cinematographer Douglas Milsome, journalist and author Tim Cahill, Vietnam veteran and film professor Harry Haines, film and philosophy professor Daniel Shaw. author Randy Rasmussen (Stanley Kubrick: 7 Films Analyzed), writer Jason Sanford, critics Glenn Kenny and Keith Uhlich, and a never-before-released interview with Kubrick himself. Access over 60 hours of bonus content by becoming a Patreon supporter of the series. Visit TheKubrickSeries.com or Patreon.com/TheKubrickSeries for more details. 

1hr 20mins

8 Sep 2020

Rank #1

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The Kubrick Series Episode 5: Redrum

An assortment of Kubrick's closest collaborators and various critics and analysts examine the mysteries of Kubrick's masterpiece of horror, which stands as his most mainstream and pleasing, yet deceptively cryptic works.Guests include actor and Kubrick’s long-time personal assistant Leon Vitali, Steadicam inventor Garrett Brown, biographer Vincent LoBrutto, assistant director Brian W. Cook, film critics Glenn Kenny, Keith Uhlich, Robert Castle and Tony Macklin, personal assistant Tony Frewin, Stephen King authority and author Tony Magistrale, authors Randy Rasmussen, R. Barton Palmer, Geoffrey Cocks, and Mario Falsetto, film professor Steve Mamber, author and filmmaker Jay Weidner, ABC News reporter Bill Blakemore, ROOM 237 filmmakers Rodney Ascher and Tim Kirk, director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield), and film analyst John Krysko. Hosted by Jamey DuVall.

2hr 2mins

8 Sep 2020

Rank #2

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The Kubrick Series Episode 4: Picture Imperfect

In celebration of one of the most beautifully photographed and haunting films ever made, our panel of special guests explore the rewards of Kubrick's costume epic Barry Lyndon.Guests include actor and long-time Kubrick assistants Leon Vitali and Tony Frewin, writer/director Neil Labute (Your Friends and Neighbors), assistant directors Andy Anderson and Brian Cook, biographer Vincent LoBrutto, author Randy Rasmussen, critics Glenn Kenny, Robert Horton and Keith Uhlich, and film professor Steve Mamber. Hosted by Jamey DuVall.

1hr 2mins

8 Sep 2020

Rank #3

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The Kubrick Series Episode 3: A Bit of the Ultraviolence

A Clockwork Orange shocked and scandalized the world upon its initial release nearly 50 years ago, and continues to maintain its immense power to this day.Guests include actor Malcolm McDowell, Kubrick's personal assistant Tony Frewin, film professors Steve Mamber and R. Burton Palmer, biographer Vincent LoBrutto, authors Stuart Y. McDougal, Mario Falsetto, Peter Kramer and Randy Rasmussen, critic Keith Uhlich, and film and philosophy professor Daniel Shaw. Hosted by Jamey DuVall.

48mins

8 Sep 2020

Rank #4

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The Kubrick Series Episode 2: The Ultimate Trip

A celebration of one of the towering achievements of the cinematic medium - 2001: A Space Odyssey - with behind the scenes anecdotes from key talents on the film and detailed analysis from a panel of top film critics and authors.Guests include actor Dan Richter (Moonwatcher), biographer Vincent LoBrutto, author Mario Falsetto, author Randy Rasmussen, critic Keith Uhlich, director Peter Hyams, producer Robert Watts, film analysts Barry Krusch and Dean Treadway, author Peter Kramer, film professor R. Barton Palmer, Kubrick's personal assistant Tony Frewin, and critic Robert Castle. Hosted by Jamey DuVall.

1hr 9mins

8 Sep 2020

Rank #5

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The Kubrick Series Episode 1: The Journey to Strangelove

Trace the origins of Stanley Kubrick's stellar career - from Look magazine photographer to director of early classics including 'Fear and Desire', 'Killer's Kiss', 'The Killing', 'Lolita', 'Paths of Glory', 'Spartacus' and 'Dr. Strangelove'.Guests include producer James B. Harris, actors Shane Rimmer, Shirley Douglas, and Richard Anderson, biographers Vincent LoBrutto (Stanley Kubrick: A Biography) and Ed Sikov (Mr. Strangelove), critics Erich Feursten and Keith Uhlich, authors Mario Falsetto (Stanley Kubrick: A Narrative and Stylistic Ananlysis), Peter Biskind (Easy Riders, Raging Bulls), and Randy Rasmussen (Stanley Kubrick: 7 Films Analyzed), Criterion Collection producer Curtis Tsui, director and cinematographer Peter Hyams (2010: The Year We Make Contact), film analyst Barry Krusch, and film professor R. Barton Palmer. Hosted by Jamey DuVall.

1hr 33mins

8 Sep 2020

Rank #6

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The Kubrick Series Uncut: Jay Weidner

Jay Weidner is a renowned author, filmmaker and hermetic scholar. Considered a ‘modern-day Indiana Jones’ for his ongoing worldwide quests to find clues to mankind’s spiritual destiny via ancient societies and artifacts. An acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Mr. Weidner is the President of Sacred Mysteries Productions. He theorized a possible hidden meaning of 'The Shining' involving a cover-up of the faked moon landings.

50mins

25 Jun 2020

Rank #7

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The Kubrick Series Uncut: Emilio D'Alessandro

D'Alessandro was a personal assistant to Kubrick from 1971 until the time of his death. He is the subject of the recent documentary S Is for Stanley.

42mins

25 Jun 2020

Rank #8

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The Kubrick Series Uncut: Jason Sanford

Mr. Sanford is the author of a number of short stories, essays, and articles. He is the winner of a Minnesota State Arts Board Fellowship and his stories have been published in magazines such as The Mississippi Review, Diagram, The Beloit Fiction Journal, Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, Interzone, Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show, Pindeldyboz, and other places. He’s also published critical essays and book reviews in places like The New York Review of Science Fiction, The Pedestal Magazine, and The Fix Short Fiction Review.

37mins

25 Jun 2020

Rank #9

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The Kubrick Series Uncut: Stanley Kubrick

The following interview was conducted in 1987 for Rolling Stone magazine by journalist Tim Cahill. The recordings of this interview have never before been heard by the public. Mr. Cahill has generously made them available exclusively to listeners of The Kubrick Series.

2hr 1min

25 Jun 2020

Rank #10