The Dead Don’t Die is the slow burn dark Zomedy you didn’t know you needed. Subverting typical expectations this film laughs at itself, its director, its actors, and the pop culture influencing it.
Usually, a director's finest work is early in their career with small budgets and reliance on story elements such as camera angles and strong scripts. Kubrick's final film is his finest having never lost the mastery of camerawork, guidance of the cast, and a subtle but powerful script. Kubrick's artistry lays within his ability to make you constantly question what he is telling you even upon multiple viewings. Is Eyes Wide Shut a story about doctor exploring his sexuality and…