Review: Room 237

(Rodney Ascher, 2012)

Ahead of a pristine re-release of Stanley Kubrick’s cerebral horror masterpiece The Shining – something of a fast and loose adaptation of Stephen King’s celebrated novel – Rodney Ascher’s Room 237 is a lively documentary that gives voice to a variety of remarkable theories behind the film’s conception, theories that call into question the great director’s true intentions. (Continue reading here)

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