Stanley Kubrick’s thrilling study of the Vietnam War chooses individual narratives over a collective moral message.
In 1965 Andy Warhol offered his own bold take on Antony Burgess’ novel.
By Adam Scovell
Visiting the southeast London estate featured in Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 film makes for a dystopian experience.
By Thomas Hobbs
This documentary provides a fascinating insight into Stanley Kubrick’s world, via his right-hand man, Leon Vitali.
A new book presents some 300 images from the filmmaker’s archives.
Now’s your chance to own a piece of film history – along with Jack Nicholson’s corduroy jacket.
Scouting photos and script drafts shed new light on the greatest movie never made.
By Matt Thrift
The legendary British director of Deliverance, Excalibur and Zardoz looks back over his extraordinary career.
By Jeremy Carr
Released 60 years ago, the director’s masterfully coordinated World War One drama remains one of his finest achievements.
Check out these ultra rare alternative poster designs, including notes from Stanley Kubrick.
Our guide to every film version of the great American author’s work, ranked from worst to best.
By James Morton
From Misery to The Shining, here are our favourite takes on the prolific horror writer’s work.
By Anton Bitel
The Amityville Horror is one of the great ’70s genre films.
The veteran director of First Blood and Weekend at Bernie’s reflects on his remarkably varied career.
Wes Anderson, Kathryn Bigelow and Wong Kar-wai feature in the final part of our ’90s ranking.
The War on Everyone writer/director opens up about his conflicted relationship with his craft.
By David Hayles
Burnt Offerings bears a striking resemblance to Stanley Kubrick’s horror classic.