Stanley Kubrick

Kubrick at LACMA

by Sonny Bunch on January 7, 2013

I’ve got a piece on the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art over at the Free Beacon. The exhibit’s definitely worth checking out if you are in the city and have two or three hours to kill. I want to expand on one point I made early on about Kubrick’s legacy, […]


Nolan, Kubrick, and tragedy

by Sonny Bunch on July 25, 2012

I’ve got a piece over at the Washington Times about the economic and potential artistic impact the murderous rampage in Aurora, Colorado will have. The economics of this strike me as pretty straightforward: There was obvious downward pressure on The Dark Knight Rises‘ box office in the $10M to $30M range. The question that remains to be […]