The Shining (15)

The Shining (15) 15

One of the best psychological horror films returns in a new digital print that shows off Jack Nicholson’s descent into madness at its very best. Introduced by Stamford Arts film programmer Alan Alderson-Smith.

Dir: Stanley Kubrick USA/UK 1980 1hr 59mins

With: Jack Nicholson, Shelly Duvall

One of the best psychological horror films returns in a new digital print that shows off Jack Nicholson’s descent into madness at its very best. Introduced by Stamford Arts film programmer Alan Alderson-Smith.

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