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Welcome to the latest episode of THE 250!
Hosted by Andrew Quinn and Darren Mooney, The 250 is a fortnightly trip through some of the best (and worst) movies ever made, as voted for by Internet Movie Database Users.
This time, a Halloween treat. Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.
- Recorded and released especially for Halloween, and so eschewing the random number generator.
- Recorded 27th October 2016.
- The Shining at The Internet Movie Database.
- The IMDB 250 as it appeared at time of recording.
- Robert Ryang’s recut of the trailer for The Shining.
- Playboy‘s interview with Stephen King, 1983.
- About.com‘s interview with Stephen King and Donnie Wahlberg about Dreamcatcher.
- Nathan Rabin at The Dissolve‘s exploration of The Shining as a metaphor for alcoholism.
- The Dissolve‘s roundtable discussion of the film.
- Grady Hendrix at Tor.com‘s exploration of The Shining as part of “The Great Stephen King Re-Read.”
- Roger Ebert’s review of The Shining as part of his “Great Movies” series.
- Michael Ciment’s interview with Stanley Kubrick on The Shining.
- Tested.com‘s interview with Garrett Brown on the use of Steadicam in The Shining.
- Bill Blakemore at The San Francisco Chronicle‘s exploration of The Shining‘s Native American themes.
- Rodney Ascher’s documentary about trying to make sense of The Shining, Room 237.
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