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  • Jacqueline Samm

    Film4 Top 50 Horror Films - 1. The Shining (1980) dir. Stanley Kubrick

  • Mark Pogue

    Steven King The Shinning

  • Sarah Chambless

    The Shining - one of the creepiest movie scenes ever

  • @sial

    I really love Stephen King books. The stories are incredible! Well, The Shinning is not far behind. It was the very first horror movie that I watched. Then, I read the book and just loved. I trully recommend for everybody else.

  • BookBinge // Stories From Atoms to Bits

    The Shining (1980) directed by Stanley Kubrick starring Jack Nicholson and Shelly Duvall, novel by Stephen King

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