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‘The Shining’ to Haunt Theaters For Two Nights

Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece of psychological terror The Shining will be coming to limited theaters in a few weeks for two days, allowing people to see the 1980 Stephen King adaptation on the big screen. The film will screen on Sunday, October 23rd and Wednesday, October 26th, both days at 2pm and at 7pm local time. […]
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