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- Hyphenation: Ku‧brick‧o‧logy
- (film) The study of the works of Stanley Kubrick.
2012 January 30, Angela Watercutter, “Room 237 explores hidden meanings in The Shining”, in Wired, archived from the original on 17 February 2014:
- Room 237, which got a boost in funding from Kickstarter and its name from the iconic mysterious room in Kubrick’s film, brings together five separate theorists to form an impressive body of work of Kubrickology […]
1996 July 25, Quentin Curtis, “Enigma wrapped in a mystery wrapped in an anorak ...”, in The Daily Telegraph, London, archived from the original on 4 October 2015:
- Next week, Channel 4 starts a season of classic Kubrick films. It opens, on June 20, with Paul Joyce's fascinating documentary, Stanley Kubrick: The Invisible Man, which includes rare footage of Kubrick directing – from his daughter Vivian's The Making of The Shining – and imports a new irreverence, not to say hostility, into Kubrickology.