All work and no play makes anyone a dull boy, so head to the Overlook Hotel (aka the newly minted Tomorrow Theater) for Stanley Kubrick's slow-burn masterpiece played backward and forward simultaneously. The Shining's spine-chilling setting, full of lonely halls and chilly mazes, was adapted from the Stephen King psychological horror novel, and the flick owes at least some of its dramatic effect to the Pacific Northwest—it features the iconic exterior of the Timberline Lodge. (Also, if you need more convincing, Shelley Duvall is in it. I am guessing you know all of this, though.) I'd argue that The Shining is snowy enough to be considered a holiday movie, and this experimental rendition of the film creates "bizarre juxtapositions and startling synchronicities." A live score will be performed by local musician Corey J. Brewer.
by Lindsay Costello
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