when you get home from work, the garage is dark, and when you enter the building to get to your apartment the halls are dark and cold, the only thing visible are the red emergency🚨lights to lead the way. it feels like #theshining#thunderstorm#poweroutage
Steven king's best translation into film(well, second best), the shining is by far the best movie of the 80s.
The story is about Jack Torrance and his family, Wendy and Danny Torrance, who are moving into the overlook hotel for the winter, since Hack has the job of taking care of the place. Yes, ok Jack is a combination of Steven King's cliches, but he wants to have a writer in his story so that he can describe his inner thoughts, without being noticed and it is good. Jack though, portrayed perfectly by Jack Nicholson, travels deeper and deeper into madness and that is due to cabin fever and the hotels ghosts. And that is because the hotel was built ontop of an old Indian burrial-ground @got.fan.gr ⚡.
The other main character, Danny is a psychic who can talk to other people without ever oppening his mouth. He called it Shining. He can also see scary things and is terrorized by the ghosts that lurk inside the hotel. That also have a teddybear giving blowjobs... That would scare me too. So, Jack is offered some booze to be more supseptable to their suggestions. Family killing suggestions that is. So, some boozes later and:
I don't wanna spoil the ending, but it is awesome. And confusing. But it is by far one one of the best horror movies of all time, and Stanley Kubrick's changes and directing made it one of the top5 films of all time. I litterally can't say how perfect it is, but it also has some hidden clues that reveal the future development of the film's events. Also, gotta love the way Jack trasends into madness and the fact that Danny is a child that you don't want to kill while he speaks. Unlike Jake Loyd.
The score of the movie is also a perfect match for every scene
Watchability: Watch it, or else the blood in the elevator is gonna be YOURS
Sentense: blowjob by a teddybear