Wednesday, 3 June 2015

The Grand Overlook Hotel

Stanley Kubrick is one of my favourite directors of all time and The Shining is about the only horror film that I'll actively watch, considering that most of the horror films produced today are a load of utter crap.

Wes Anderson is not the type to consider the horror genre in his work. He creates beautifully detailed narratives and landscapes in his cinematic features.

So when London based film maker Steve Ramsden noticed a similarity in the way The Shining and The Grand Budapest Hotel were shot, this could only make for an exciting glimpse into a what could be world between the two directors:

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