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Sleuth Your Way Through A Wes Anderson-Inspired World In This Free Video Game

Find a secret agent in a candy-colored world of secrets. If filmmaker Wes Anderson were to design a video game, he'd create something like Maquisard. The 2-D game is based loosely on Anderson's film The Grand Budapest Hotel, and it has the pastel hues and twee affectations to match. Read Full Story

This Video Essay Explores the Literary Aspects of Wes Anderson’s Movies    

It’s no secret that Wes Anderson loves a literary reference. But this video essay from The A to Z Review has compiled all the most literary moments in movies like The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom, The Royal Tenenbaums, and Rushmore. Show More Summary

Cool Horror Videos: Wes Anderson's The Grand Overlook Hotel

The name of this video says it all, as YouTube’s Steve Ramsden mashes up the unlikely tandem of Wes Anderson’s THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL with Stanley Kubrick’s THE SHINING in brilliant fashion. He came up with the idea...Show More Summary

How to Tell a Story with a Chair

As we've seen in movies like The Grand Budapest Hotel and Snowpiercer, and TV shows like Game of Thrones, production design can make or break a film. But in In Praise of Chairs, film essayist Tony Zhou zeroes in on the importance ofShow More Summary

The Shining Mashes Up Perfectly With The Grand Budapest Hotel

You'd think that a horror classic about a man dealing homicidal past life issues with his family and a charming period piece comedy about an assiduous hotel concierge and his lobby boy apprentice would have little to nothing in common. Show More Summary

The Grand Budapest Hotel Meets The Shining in This Must-See Movie Mashup

The Grand Budapest Hotel probably didn't give you nightmares, but what if someone mashed it up with The Shining? That's exactly what filmmaker Steve Ramsden does in The Grand Overlook Hotel. It's uncanny how the scenes, the cinematography, and even the pinkish hues in the films match up so well. Show More Summary

If Wes Anderson Directed ‘The Shining’ (NSFW)

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The Grand Overlook Hotel’ is a seamless mashup of Kubrick classic horror and Anderson’s ‘Grand Budapest Hotel.’

What Would Happen If Wes Anderson Directed Horror Classic The Shining? Watch The Grand Overlook Hotel Mashup Trailer Here!

Stanley Kubrick's 1980 horror classic The Shining and Wes Anderson's award-winning Grand Budapest Hotel probably don't seem that much alike. But with some clever editing, the two hotel-based films go together like peanut butter and horribly frightening jelly! [ Video: Someone Set Beyoncé's Single Ladies Video To The DuckTales Theme Song ] Editor Steve Ramsden says he was [...]

Great Job, Internet!: Book a room at The Grand Overlook Hotel, a mashup of Wes Anderson and The Shining

Most people loved Wes Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. While it suggested darker overtones of war and violence, it remained a whimsical Anderson foray into manners and misadventures. But wouldn’t it have been betterShow More Summary

Heeere's what the 'The Shining' would be like if Wes Anderson directed

All work and no quirky symmetrical framing makes Wes a dull boy. When YouTuber Steve Ramsden noticed similarities in the way Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick filmed The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Shining (their two vastly different movies about hotels), he decided to cut together a mashup of the two. Show More Summary

What Happens When Wes Anderson Meets 'The Shining'?

With the former's haunting old world chic and the latter's, well, ghosts, it'd be a challenge to find two hotels as different as Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel and The Overlook Hotel from Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. Nevertheless,...Show More Summary

The Shining + The Grand Budapest Hotel = “Wes Anderson’s The...

The Shining + The Grand Budapest Hotel = “Wes Anderson’s The Shining” Have you ever considered what The Shining would’ve been like if it been directed by Wes Anderson? YouTube contributor Steve Ramsden did and this awesomely clever and thoroughly delightful movie trailer mashup is his answer. Show More Summary

The Grand Overlook Hotel

Steve Ramsden’s brilliantly edited mashup of two classic, but very different movies which take place in iconic hotels – Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel – and the Overlook Hotel from Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.

Trailer for Wes Anderson's The Shining

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If you take Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel and mix in elements of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, the result is pretty good. (via devour) Tags: Stanley Kubrick The Grand Budapest Hotel The Shining Wes Anderson movies remix trailers

The Grand Overlook Hotel’, A Mashup of Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ & Stanley Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’

last monthHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

London-based filmmaker Steve Ramsden has created “The Grand Overlook Hotel,” a mashup of the 2014 comedy film The Grand Budapest Hotel by director Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick‘s 1980 psychological horror film The Shining. I noticed how Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick frame their shots in a similar way – this was the result: “The […]

the shining, wes anderson style

Stanley Kubrick’s 80s psych-horror gets a super camp confection of a remake, spliced with Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel.

The Grand Budapest Hotel Becomes The Grand Overlook Hotel in Wes Anderson’s The Shining

Most movie mashups force two disparate films together to mild comic effect, but Steve Ramsden’s coupling of Kubrick’s The Shining and Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel is something more: an expertly edited reimagining that educates...Show More Summary

The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Mashed Up With ‘The Shining’

YouTube user Steve Ramsden has created a very charming and quirky mashup by combining scenes from Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel with iconic moments from Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, resulting in The Grand Overlook Hotel! Ramsden simply stated: I noticed how Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick frame their shots in a similar way – […]

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