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The Shining


  1. Directed by: Stanley Kubrick
  2. Produced by: Stanley Kubrick
    Jan Harlan
    Mary Lee Johnson
    Martin Richards
  3. Written by: Stephen King
    Stanley Kubrick
    Diane Johnson
  4. Music by: Wendy Carlos
    Rachel Elkind
  5. Cinematography by: John Alcott
  6. Editing by: Ray Lovejoy
  7. Release Date: 1980
  8. Running Time: 146
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

In The Shining, a father, a mother, and a son spend the winter as caretakers of a remote, isolated hotel, only to find themselves lost in a nightmare of psychic horror. Stanley Kubrick’s film makes the most of atmosphere; the fictional Overlook Hotel makes as much of an impression as any of the individuals who haunt its labyrinthine corridors where past and present meet in acts of violence. In The Shining, evil is a terrifying force, one that reaches from a history of human transgression and malice into the heart of the nuclear family. - Ryan Holt


  1. Directed by: Stanley Kubrick
  2. Produced by: Stanley Kubrick
    Jan Harlan
    Mary Lee Johnson
    Martin Richards
  3. Written by: Stephen King
    Stanley Kubrick
    Diane Johnson
  4. Music by: Wendy Carlos
    Rachel Elkind
  5. Cinematography by: John Alcott
  6. Editing by: Ray Lovejoy
  7. Release Date: 1980
  8. Running Time: 146
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

In The Shining, a father, a mother, and a son spend the winter as caretakers of a remote, isolated hotel, only to find themselves lost in a nightmare of psychic horror. Stanley Kubrick’s film makes the most of atmosphere; the fictional Overlook Hotel makes as much of an impression as any of the individuals who haunt its labyrinthine corridors where past and present meet in acts of violence. In The Shining, evil is a terrifying force, one that reaches from a history of human transgression and malice into the heart of the nuclear family. - Ryan Holt

In The Shining, a father, a mother, and a son spend the winter as caretakers of a remote, isolated hotel, only to find themselves lost in a nightmare of psychic horror. Stanley Kubrick’s film makes the most of atmosphere; the fictional Overlook Hotel makes as much of an impression as any of the individuals who haunt its labyrinthine corridors where past and present meet in acts of violence. In The Shining, evil is a terrifying force, one that reaches from a history of human transgression and malice into the heart of the nuclear family. - Ryan Holt


  1. Directed by: Stanley Kubrick
  2. Produced by: Stanley Kubrick
    Jan Harlan
    Mary Lee Johnson
    Martin Richards
  3. Written by: Stephen King
    Stanley Kubrick
    Diane Johnson
  4. Music by: Wendy Carlos
    Rachel Elkind
  5. Cinematography by: John Alcott
  6. Editing by: Ray Lovejoy
  7. Release Date: 1980
  8. Running Time: 146
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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