The Shining

Movie • 1980 • Horror  Report
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csbyron1
No dogs in the film.
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Does a pet die?
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TheCassandraComplex
No bugs in this adaption.
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A freezer full of meat
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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gazoomba22
There are no animal characters in this film.
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Does a cat die?
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JohnCena
Jack gaslights and starts being incredibly cruel to his wife as he looses his sanity
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An insane father stalked his young son through a maze outside
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JohnCena
Jack tries to kill his wife and son. He also gaslights his wife and manipulates her.
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mememan69
It's mentioned that Jack once broke Danny's arm when he was drunk, but the act isn't shown.
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MechTorg
Jack is an alcoholic and does appear to get drunk later in the film. However, while we do see him drinking, it is unclear whether this is just an illusion.
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MechTorg
Jack Torrance is an alcoholic.
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csbyron1
Cigarettes but nothing else
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cassandrasaurus
One could say that Jack was sexually assaulted by the ghost in #237… he consented to the pretty lady illusion, not so much the rotting corpse.
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csbyron1
No; brief discussion of it in the car on the way to the hotel as Jack tells his son a legend
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Westley
A man's arms are cut off, to stumps. Don't know why everyone's said no on this.
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OJAndToothpaste
No finger or toe mutilation, however Wendy does defend herself against jack by cutting the back of his hand with a knife.
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One could argue that living in isolation is unintentional torture
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twitchywitchygirl
Idk why people voted yes, there is hardly any gore in the movie. there are a few bodies with some blood, the "goriest" part would be the scene with the blood flooding out of the elevator, shown twice.
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The wife cuts the main character’s hand with a large kitchen knife as he reaches through the door to unlock it from the outside.
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adeliajbrown
Characters have anxiety and Danny is choked offscreen but no ones breathing is physically restricted onscreen
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twitchywitchygirl
^jack DISLOCATED danny's shoulder, he did not break his arm
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JohnCena
Danny looks like he’s having a seizure.
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The main character is hit on the head with a baseball bat and falls backward down a flight of stairs.
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Reesekat54
In the book it is hinted that Danny was molested by Jack
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Anomalydoll
*SPOILERS* The main kid, Danny, survives. Technically, no child deaths happen during the events of the movie. I still marked yes just because we learn about the murders of two young girls, and although this happened before the events of the movie it's mentioned a lot and we see visions of the gorey aftermath.
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averyanderson2018
Kind of? Jack makes out with a woman who is not Wendy but it is somewhat of a hallucination.
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finnlocke76
SPOILER the dad who is the main antagonist freezes to death after Danny his kid and his wife escape.
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linn1537
2 childs toys are in the movie - danny’s firetruck - which he asks for but never receives which is a very minor detail, and his bike which isn’t destroyed.
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finnlocke76
the dad goes into the room that his kid wants him to check out and he sees naked women in the shower and the makes out with her
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Tchotchke
There are ghosts throughout the movie. There is a ballroom filled with ghosts, two little girls that haunt the hallways and a goul/ghost in a haunted room.
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mememan69
Some, but not nearly as bad as the jump-scare-heavy modern horror movies. It's more about atmosphere and suspense.
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Are there razors?
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mememan69
*SPOILER* Not by a demon, but the hotel does control Jack and his behavior.
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Cory Corynn
Jack wakes up from a nightmare and drools a significant amount of saliva
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Tchotchke
Danny Torrance (the son) becomes panicked and has bouts of attacks.
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OJAndToothpaste
Early in the movie Danny talks while eating a sandwich, could bother some viewers with misophonia.
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cassandrasaurusrdr
Will depend on if you consider addiction/alcoholism a mental illness, but I marked “yes” to be safe.
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carsonoschnelz
it’s not shown, but characters talk a couple times about a man who committed suicide after killing his own family.
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alansmithee
The whole movie has a claustrophobic feel, as the family are totally isolated at the hotel.
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Does a baby cry?
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adeliajbrown
Not aggressively shakey but some scenes seem handheld
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adeliajbrown
Film is about a crazy villain
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xxlivlovesmusicxx
two white men discuss a black man referring to him as an n word
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Anomalydoll
The n word is used a few times by white characters to refer negatively to a black character.
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UnagioLucio
Sort of. The first dead bodies shown are white, but their deaths occurred before the start of the film. The first character to actually be killed onscreen is a black man.
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mememan69
Very sexual, but often shown in a creepy, disturbing way.
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linn1537
one of jacks illusions (?) is a fully naked woman getting out of a bathtub which he later makes out with. the woman is never seen again, has no name, and says nothing. in the movie she is only seen as something sexual and i think it’s pretty objectifying. however, it is worth mentioning, this woman is most likely a ghost and not real.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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MechTorg
Full frontal female nudity.
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anonsleep828
*SPOILERS* Jack tries to kill his wife and son. he fails and dies of hypothermia. It's a good ending, depending on how you look at it.
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JohnCena
We are shown the aftermath of a car crash caused by icy roads, but not really the car crash in action. However, it looks pretty violent
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mememan69
An elevator is filled with blood. That's how much blood to expect.
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angryguineapig
No but at 57min theres a dead woman in a bathtub who's clearly been lying there for ages. Can definetly be upsetting in relation to drowning/water trauma.
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