John, Roman, and Richard discuss Stanley Kubrick’s final film, Eyes Wide Shut (1999), as well as its themes of conspiracy, male and female sexualities, duplicity, and the history of the bourgeoisie.
N.B.: This podcast was recorded before the Charlie Hebdo shootings in Paris.
Arthur Schnitzler, Dream Story (1926)
Michel Houellebecq’s Platform
Vigilant Citizen on EWS, Part I, Part II, Part III
Yggdrasil on EWS
Anton Szandor LaVey
Alex Jones sneaks into Bohemian Grove
Richard Nixon on Bohemian Grove
Frederick Raphael on Kubrick’s anti-Semitism
Christiane Kubrick and Veit Harlan
Woody Allen’s Love and Death (1975)
Spielberg’s Napoleon Miniseries