What would The Shining look like had it been directed by David Lynch? Would it be a dream or a nightmare? Blue Shining combines both worlds in a playful manner by integrating elements from Lynch's films into Kubrick's movie to give the Stephen King classic a Lynchian atmosphere. Can you find all the hidden items, including the blue key from Mulholland Dr.?... Enjoy!
Update, June 10, 2015: Comments on the Web show that some people don't understand the point of this video. With this mash-up, I didn't mean to insinuate at all that The Shining would have been a better movie had it been directed by David Lynch! The Shining IS a masterpiece, after all. The only goal of this mash-up is to entertain people. David Lynch has his own unique style, and I integrated excerpts from his movies to the Shining for fun only. Kubrick and Lynch are both geniuses, and their movies are self-sufficient. I'll say it again: do not take this mash-up seriously!
Films: The Shining, Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Dune, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Twin Peaks, Fire Walk with Me, Lost Highway, The Straight Story, Mulholland Drive, Inland Empire
Music: Angelo Badalamenti, Peter Ivers, Victor Young/Edward Heyman, Powermad, Toto, Rammstein, David Lynch/Chrysta Bell
Disclaimer: All songs and clips used in this video belong to their respective owners and are no creation of my own. This is a non-profit video made for entertainment purposes only.
You can also watch the tribute I made about Stanley Kubrick.
This is an old project, so it is not in HD. :-(
A Stanley Kubrick Odyssey: youtube.com/watch?v=UaVDM4a4nL0
The United States, France, Germany, Japan, Italy. The list goes on. All countries that boast a powerful and effective ability to create movie masterpieces, from 'The Godfather' to 'Jaws', 'Bicycle Thieves' to 'Seven Samurai'. But what about Britain?
With historical epics, gritty dramas, dark comedies, suave spies and boy wizards, the UK has a rich heritage in film. I set out months ago to create a short montage featuring the best of British cinema, however over time that montage transformed into a six minute film that delves into the history of cinema in the UK, featuring 80 films, spanning 80 years (1935-2015).
I hope you enjoy watching this as much as I did making it. Thank you.
"Fuori Dal Mondo" by Ludovico Einaudi (from 'This Is England')
"Building The Crate" by John Powell and Harry Gregson-Williams (from 'Chicken Run')
"Lost But Won" by Hans Zimmer (from 'Rush')
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