FILE - In this undated file photo originally released by Warner Bros., Jack Nicholson portrays Jack Torrance in a scene from the movie "The Shining." Some think Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” is a horror masterpiece. Others find it a mix between overblown fright flick and art film. “Room 237,” a documentary playing the Toronto International Film Festival, attempts to decrypt the adaptation of the Stephen King horror novel, providing no definitive answers yet offering a fascinating glimpse into the enigma of Kubrick himself. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Inc., file)

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FILE - In this undated file photo originally released by Warner Bros., Jack Nicholson portrays Jack Torrance in a scene from the movie "The Shining." Some think Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” is a horror masterpiece. Others find it a mix between overblown fright flick and art film. “Room 237,” a documentary playing the Toronto International Film Festival, attempts to decrypt the adaptation of the Stephen King horror novel, providing no definitive answers yet offering a fascinating glimpse into the enigma of Kubrick himself. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Inc., file)
FILE - In this undated file photo originally released by Warner Bros., Jack Nicholson portrays Jack Torrance in a scene from the movie "The Shining." Some think Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” is a horror masterpiece. Others find it a mix between overblown fright flick and art film. “Room 237,” a documentary playing the Toronto International Film Festival, attempts to decrypt the adaptation of the Stephen King horror novel, providing no definitive answers yet offering a fascinating glimpse into the enigma of Kubrick himself. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Inc., file)
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