On the Apollo fakery

It is eminently clear that I must totally revise my opinion regarding precisely how and why the Apollo Moon landings were faked:

It should be understood from the beginning that The Shining is Stanley Kubrick’s most personal film (outside of, possibly, Eyes Wide Shut). Before we are done here it will be easy to see that Kubrick was only using Stephen King’s novel as a launching pad (excuse the pun) to be able to tell a completely different story under the guise of making a film based on a best-selling novel. He did this for a very important reason – mainly to save his life.

I’m not sure which I find more enjoyable. The film interpretation, which is 110 percent pure awesome, or the hysterical reactions of people who can’t read manage to read all four pages for fear that they might start to believe it.