Tag Archives: Room 237

The Month in Movies: June 2013

I had a pretty good June as far as movie-watching is concerned. I didn’t break any records (2008 – 25 viewings) but I did triple my numbers from last year’s paltry 6 viewings. I made good progress in my Bond set and managed some memorable theater viewings. All in all not a bad month. You can see the full chronological list of my June viewings here. Continue reading

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All Conspiracy and No Logic Makes “Room 237” a Dull Documentary

Did Stanley Kubrick film the moon landing and leave clues of the conspiracy sprinkled throughout The Shining? Is The Shining a deeper metaphor for the genocide of the Native Americans? Is it possible to retain credibility when your documentary features an interviewee’s kid interrupting the interview?

These are all questions raised and then haphazardly discarded in the nearly unwatchable conspiracy documentary Room 237. Continue reading

Trailer Tuesday: Room 237 (2012)

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