Reward yourself with a cinematic masterpiece

    Do you like classic films? Do you like horror films? How about enjoying a spine-tingling extravaganza of horror films? You don\’t have to see a sea of blood, dismembered corpses, and lots of dead people to be beautifully frightening. The Shining,” the phenomenal Stanley Kubrick\’s adaptation of Stephen King\’s original story, is one such film.
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    Stanley Kubrick (died in 1999) is one of the most underrated film directors in the history of cinema. He was successful both as a director and a screenwriter. At a young age, he quickly gained a reputation as a prodigious talent. His filmography is not extensive, but each of his films is a masterpiece and a model of accomplished filmmaking. Spartacus, A Space Odyssey, and A Clockwork Orange.
    Stephen King is equally successful. He is one of the most commercially successful writers of our time. He has written more than 40 novels, and virtually all of his books have been made into movies, unfortunately not always with good results. His uncle told King scary stories and took him to the cinema to watch classic horror films. Starting with short stories, King\’s talent was recognized by publisher Bill Thompson, who offered him a contract for his first novel, Carrie.
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    The Shining”
    Let us return to the 1980 film The Shining. Writer Jack Torrance, played brilliantly by a young Jack Nicholson, was looking for a quiet place to write a book. So he decides to become the caretaker of a mountain hotel that is closed for the winter. During the selection process, he learns the ghost story of his predecessor, who went mad from loneliness and murdered his wife and two daughters. Despite this, Jack decides to take the job and checks into the hotel with his family. But he, too, begins to lose his sanity.
    One should not be put off by the film\’s antiquity. But the film is suspenseful from the first moment to the last, and there is a very good chance that after watching it, you will say that it was the best horror film you have ever seen.