Entering the West Tunnel (Revisiting the Shining)

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Entering the West Tunnel, Revisiting The Shining, Google Redux Entering the West Tunnel #2, Revisiting The Shining, Google Redux Using Google maps as a base, imagined views from the yellow beetle in The Shining, if the yellow beetle could transport itself to now. There are two tunnels on the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park, just as …

Serpentine Bends – Revisiting “The Shining – Google Maps Redux Art

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Serpentine Bends – Revisiting “The Shining” – Google Maps Redux Art The opening shot of The Shining has the helicopter passing by Wild Goose Island, then continuing toward the cliff area where it will a couple shots later do a close pass over the beetle. At the end of the opening shot we have a crossfade to the beetle winding …

St. Mary’s Lake – Revisiting “The Shining” – Google Maps Redux (2 images)

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St. Mary’s Lake – Revisiting “The Shining” – Google Maps Redux St. Mary’s Lake (2) – Revisiting “The Shining” – Google Maps Redux Wild Goose Island, with which “The Shining” opens, is on St. Mary’s Lake past The Narrows in Glacier National Park, Montana. There are two St. Mary’s Lakes, this one and a Lower St. Mary’s Lake. The helicopter …

“Definitely No King”

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A while back it was proposed in the comment area of a section of my analysis on Kubrick’s The Shining that the item Danny carries into the maze, when exploring it with Wendy, worn on a kind of holster, may not be a toy gun but is possibly a small super 8 film camera. Wendy is, herself, carrying a Polaroid …

Updated maps of The Shining

Juli Kearns Cinema, Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining”–The Maps I’ve attempted to get the proportions as best as possible, discovering that I was able to do so via the graphics on the carpet as I was able to count them off. Hi there. This post gets a fair number of visitors and for some reason the idea of everything not fitting together makes some …