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In the shining one of the characters was telepathic. He said he and is grandmother talked for hours without speaking. So no I don't think they left enough wiggle room to suggest insanity. It seemed blatant that it was supernatural from the start.
Except The Shining was always about the war between the hotel (I'm grouping everything together here) and Danny. His family was just caught in the crossfire. Supernatural forces are attracted to those who have The Shining. That was made clear in the movie.
It an’t no Shining.
Im hyped. Ths Shining is actual physic powers. Im not to far in the book but its pretty good.
Ewan has came Star Wars and Christopher Robin.
The Shining is my favorite movie of all-time but tbh I'm not feeling this. I'm afraid they are going to go too far in terms of explaining the events of the first film. I really hope they don't because the beauty of the original was ambiguous it was. Completely agree with you Frash.
It is not a standalone you’ll be blown away.
Stephen King is now telling the true story. The movie the shining did not represent the book, the shining. Dr. sleep was an awesome book. I cannot wait to see the movie.
This movie looks like a smack in the face to the original. Totally with you Fraser. They fucked it up by going too supernatural with it instead of keeping it psychological thriller. It just becomes a quick cash grab/ ring type movie.
No no no. He talked to the black guy so that made it real.
This will be just as pointless as Blade Runner 2049.
In Kubrick's adaptation, Wendy sees the ghost of Horace Derwent which she had no reason to know about in the book or the movie. Kubrick's film also demonstrates that the shining is real very early on when Dick Halloran communicates to Danny telepathically. This should put the "collective madness" theory to rest. If that is not enough for you, Stephen King on the commentary of the mini-series version talks about a phone call Kubrick made to him when he was working on the film to clarify that very subject (whether or not the supernatural elements of the story are real).
I had the pleasure of talking to Mike Flanagan on instagram. He said he found a way to incorporate the doctor sleep book with Kubricks the shining. This is the outcome, I'm so ready!!!
Remember the elevator filled with blood? Remember the hotel? Remember the maze? I recognized those and I claaaaped!!
It broke new ground!
I agree with u there , the supernatural sense is kinda annoying
But it was always supernatural there was no ambiguity about that.
it looks like The Shining brought to you by CW..
Becky went threw the emotional rolodex there.
The Shining is supposed to be psychic powers, but this video was not calling it magic. That's just how the little girl viewed it.
Admittedly Kubrick did direct the shinning in such away that so much of the story could be up to interpretation. For example if what transpired was really just a part of the Torrence's collective madness or was it supernatural. But in King's book its pretty much on the nose that we ARE dealing with supernatural and ghosts. I read Doctor Sleep back in 2013 and its a great book. I hope they stick to it.
They putting TGS stuff?👀
I agree with Becky!This New Movie does look Pretty Good.
the book is pretty unambiguous. For both the shining and doctor sleep the supernatural forces are pretty apparent to everyone in the story, as well as the reader
Beat me to it, yup the original books are purely supernatural, the Kubrick film played with the more ambitious aspects, but even then it's still pretty much a supernatural story.
thats why Stephen King didn`t like Kubrick for making it extra pretencious, even if most prefer that to be the more artistic touch
the hotel burned to the ground in the book
I’m looking forward to this. The Shining is my favourite book and Doctor Sleep was a pretty good sequel. It’s going to be interesting watching this movie have to adapt a sequel to a book that’s quite different from the movie and bridging both versions together. Mike Flanagan is a brilliant director too and his adaptation of Gerald’s Game is almost exactly like the book.