Richard Vézina’s “Blue Shining”: David Lynch meets Stanley Kubrick in this 8-minute mash-up

By on June 6, 2015

“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 by integrating elements from Lynch’s films into Kubrick’s movie to give the Stephen King classic a Lynchian atmosphere.”

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So sayeth experimental film director Richard Vézina — who was also the creator of the magnificent David Lynch In Four Movements tribute — in his newly-posted mash-up of Stanley Kubrick‘s classic horror flick The Shining, and the cinematic world of David Lynch. And it’s awesome.

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His 8-minute short called Blue Shining premiered at the 2014 Fantasia International Film Festival and is now finally available online thanks to Lynchland, Roland Kermarec’s Facebook page, which is dedicated to David Lynch’s works, to his latest news and his new projects, to his films, his paintings, his photos.

Have a look at David Lynch In Four Movements right here:

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(h/t Welcome To Twin Peaks, Lynchland)

About Bryan

Bryan Thomas has been a freelancing writer/critic for All Music Guide and a dozen other websites and zines, most of them long gone. He’s also worked for over twenty years at reissue record labels, and penned scads of liner notes -- prior to that he worked in bookstores and record stores, going all the way back to the original vinyl daze. He is now somewhat reclusive and bides his time quietly in his dusty Miracle Mile hermitage in Los Angeles, CA.