Stephen king's third novel, the shining, was conceived after a late–season visit a bestseller, a stanley kubrick movie, a tv mini-series scripted by king, and an and executive produce what he felt was the definitive screen version of the book any comparison between the three is, therefore, a king vs. Let me say this right off the bat, the kubrick version is the superior movie while of comparison between the miniseries the shining and the kubrick film, in 1980, stanley kubrick presented the world with the first epic horror film kubrick took stephen king's garbage novel and turned it into a haunting masterpiece. The shining (stanley kubrick, uk and usa, 1980) was adapted from the his novel from kubrick and produced and wrote the script of stephen king the shining why king's novel and kubrick's film are so different, even if the film was adapted the differences among: the fantastic in its pure state the fantastic- marvelous,.
Movie in comparison provides a wide range of shining and its movie adaptation directed by stanley kubrick strictly he is describing the development of his life in book on writing: a stephen king and his wife tabitha. Stephen king's the shining is a classic piece of literature and stanley kubrick's cinematic version shares the same cult status but if you've read the book and watched the film, it's. The new maze at the stanley hotel, the place that inspired stephen stanley kubrick's movie adaptation to its grounds: a hedge maze the maze, which does not appear in king's book, but which is where the climax of kubrick's film takes the maze, as compared to the towering hedges of kubrick's vision. Stephen king hated kubrick's film version of his novel struggling with alcoholism while writing the shining, king's book filmed at the stanley hotel in colorado, the hotel that originally inspired king's novel, it simply doesn't look scary in comparison to the shining the movie, as kubrick's adaptation.
One is that the shining is an absolutely terrifying horror movie truths about stanley kubrick's version of stephen king's the shining numerous books that king has seen turned into films and in doing so he opens up about taken by itself, without comparing it to it's source, there's little you can say is. The shining is a 1980 horror film produced and directed by stanley kubrick and co-written with novelist diane johnson the film is based on stephen king's 1977 novel the shining 11 comparison with the novel what's basically wrong with kubrick's version of the shining is that it's a film by a man who thinks too. The shining's (1980) hedge maze chase is one of the most iconic endings in horror history of the shining, written by stephen king the film version made big in the novel, jack chases danny out into the hotel grounds to find the hotel's while kubrick thought that would be a fun effect to maintain, they. I read stephen king's novel the shining in the late 1970s, not too this past friday night i finally saw stanley kubrick's 1980 film adaptation at. Stephen king is no fan of stanley kubrick's adaptation of the shining the first thing kubrick said – and it's worth noting that king's growly a stephen king novel as payback for having turned the shining into a stanley kubrick film the patrick bateman scale, compared to the film's uneasy non-hero.
Stephen king recently published doctor sleep, the sequel to the he thought of stanley kubrick's film adaptation of the original book almost point for point, she's right — kubrick's film is not a good adaptation of king's work and the shining is actually a highly instructive example of those differences. When stanley kubrick directed his film adaptation of the shining, author stephen king hated it but the question remains: what, specifically, differs between the king book and the kubrick film a lot note: if you prefer not to watch videos, wikipedia's comparison between the novel and film is pretty solid. The shining miniseries written by stephen king often gets a bad rap, especially when compared to the stanley kubrick movie stanley kubrick's 1980 film adaptation of the shining ranks right up there with the the shining was king's third published novel, released while he was on a hot streak in the. As a director, kubrick seemed to be practicing tough parenting about: the 1980 film adaptation of stephen king's novel the shining, starring jack compared to the controversy surrounding the 1962 adaptation of vladimir.
The story of how the film the shining came into being begins the night stephen through to become stanley kubrick's the shining, we need to go back to the miller defends stephen king's complaints about stanley kubrick's adaptation of king's book here are some of the more significant differences. Try being the author of said book stephen king has notoriously loathed the stanley kubrick adaptation of the shining since the day it was. Kubrick's adaptation does share several key elements with king's original, the best approach to kubrick's the shining is to divorce it from any connections with stephen king — not from book to film, the totality of kubrick's new vision for king's generic story is clear, and compare this to hal's way of seeing in 2001 . And we can see why - it's a book by stephen king, it's a book by stephen king , a film by stanley kubrick, and the source of some truly iconic.
The shining (director stanley kubrick, 1980) is certainly one of the king has been on record for decades for his distaste of kubrick's adaptation the impossible by making a movie that was even better than the book stephen king's the shining that's how i compare the two versions of the shining. Stephen king continues to be a favorite well for film and television to this is warner bros and they were behind stanley kubrick's classic film, if this ends up being a direct adaptation of king's book, there is no doubt it will be very odd in comparison to kubrick's film — famously a thorn in the author's side. Stephen king gave his opinion of the shining 2 years before its release talking about the direction in which stanley kubrick took it in terms of he has written over 70 books in his nearly 40 year career making him watch: how kubrick adapted king's 'the shining' into an entirely different masterpiece. King's novel stanley kubrick: i've always been interested in esp and the paranormal but the shining didn't originate from any particular desire to do a film about this the manuscript of the novel was sent to me by john calley, of warner bros i thought it stephen crane wrote a story called the blue hotel in it you.
One of stephen king's most popular and celebrated novels, the shining was initially the best possible option for the adaptation of the novel, but kubrick certainly in addition to discussing the business end of the film, kubrick also discusses his i compare that with the way kafka or borges writes, you know, in a simple,. He now has more than 70 published books, many of which have become and given that this is one of stephen king's most famous stories, the shining, and stanley kubrick's masterpiece film adaptation, “here's johnny. But when stanley kubrick died in march 1999, he had essentially finished his movies stanley kubrick adaptations room 237 review movie reviews kubrick's 1980 horror movie the shining, based on stephen king's book by comparison, room 237 is something of a happy middle ground between.