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Bear Invades “The Shining” Hotel
The hotel that inspired Stephen King’s “The Shining” was invaded by a curious, little brown bear.
Black Bear Wanders Into The Hotel That Inspired 'The Shining'
Video shows the guest wandering around The Stanley Hotel's lobby.
Reading Tips To Make Reading Easy
From good lighting to the right genre, there are tips that make it easy to get into the habit of reading books.
Funny Or Die
The GOP Tax Bill Makes A Lot More Sense Featured In 'The Shining'
All work and no Mar-a-Lago make Trump a dull boy.
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Bruce Willis' Halloween Costume Is What Nightmares Are Made Of
The Psychology Behind Why You Love Or Hate Scary Movies
It isn’t just a personal preference, there's science behind it.
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ARTS & CULTURE
Stephen King Finally Found Something Scarier Than 'The Shining'
Horror novelist slams Trump in new tweets.
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How Certain Horror Movies Propagate the Mental Health Stigma
Undergraduate at Stanford University
The implications to society dramatically outweigh any potential entertainment.
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Hilarious Dad Taught Twin Daughters How To Scare People In Hotel Hallways
“I’ve told them they have great power to make grown people cry.”
10 Movies You Didn't Know Were Stephen King Books
Off the Shelf
Read. Recommend. Repeat.
The Shining The 1980 Stanley Kubrick film The Shining is undoubtedly the most famous adaptations of Stephen King's work. Who
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The Empty Canvas
Some people still insist there's a meaning for everything and that you do things for a purpose. For instance, if you ask
'The Shining' Is Now 'The Chickening,' So Be Afraid And Chicken
Heeeere's ... WTF?
Why Stephen King is My Favorite Undead Author
Columnist @ THE GOOD MEN PROJECT and OTV Magazine, blogger @ Y...
Last night, as I crawled into bed with a cup of tea and
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams,
the latest tome from my #onetruelove Stephen King, I had not only a wonderful sense of anticipation, but also of serenity.
Baritone Brian Mulligan - Bracing Up for 'The Fall of the House of Usher' at San Francisco Opera
"The Getty is fun-mad, fun-insane," said Brian. "The Debussy is really insane. Depressed. Devastated. Debussy has his interpretation
If Wes Anderson Directed 'The Shining,' It'd Be Whimsically Wicked
H/T Reddit Well, it may have looked a little something like this. London-based filmmaker Steve Ramsden reimagined the classic
What's New On Amazon Prime In June 2015?
E. Oliver Whitney
Movies & TV shows to stream Summer is on the way, which means when it gets too hot to go outside, it's time to stay in and
CULTURE & ARTS
Kingsman: The Secret Service
Michael Vaughn's Kingsman:The Secret Service is like The Shining meets Pygmalion. The movie which lies firmly in the tradition
16 Good Movies That Opened To Bad Reviews
There's no accounting for taste, as evidenced by the foolhardy reception certain cinematic gems initially garner. These 16
5 Film Hotels of Halloween Horror
Canada's Hotel Finder
Hotels inspire the horrific and macabre, and with Halloween almost upon us it's time to celebrate haunted rooms, menacing presences, poltergeists, and even the occasional Log Lady lurking in the lobby.
Con Games: Why Stephen King Can't Write
Novelist, Screenwriter, Journalist, Blogger
First you have to decide whether to listen to me or not: keep in mind, kemosabes, that Stephen King has sold 350 million novels, and I have sold 11.
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