Everything Wrong With The Shining in Murderous Minutes or More
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The Shining rules. But since the sequel is coming soon we did our duty and went looking for sins. Found some. I bet you're surprised.
Thursday: Holiday sins.
Remember, no movie is without sin! Which movie's sins should we expose next?!
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  • Mr J
    Mr J

    I literally held my breath as the Sins reached 36 and was disappointed a lot when they crossed 37...

  • SirBrianDaLion

    Lots of your questions could be answered by reading the book (scrapbook, man in the dog costume, etc)

  • Playlist

    Okay sooooo most of these sins can go away kf youve read the book. Alot is cut out in the movie, things are left in with no context, because the book has way more detail.

    • Ken Hollis
      Ken Hollis

      That's right, but a movie should be able to stand on its own.

  • Mark Taylor
    Mark Taylor

    Haha, I just bought Arizona Jeans from JC Penny.

  • AtiTheDuck ree
    AtiTheDuck ree

    I’ve actually been to the hotel where this movie was filmed for my dad and Stepmom’s wedding which was like eight years ago

  • TheAlexpub

    Wow a Stanley Kubrick movie. You must be really desperate. What's next? Barry Lyndon.

  • Goat Warrior
    Goat Warrior

    Pretty sure they stocked the freezer before they closed because they know there's a family going to be living there with little access to grocery stores for the next 6 months.

  • Ricardo Torres
    Ricardo Torres

    The actresses who played the ghosts of the murdered Grady daughters, Lisa and Louise Burns, are identical twins; however, the characters in the book and film script are merely sisters, not twins. In the film's dialogue, Mr. Ullman says he thinks they were "about eight and ten".

  • Jarryd Smith
    Jarryd Smith

    I would have thought Grady dropping the n-word might have been worth a sin or two.

  • Molly Fowles
    Molly Fowles

    anyone here cuz they CANT watch this?

    • abcd efgh
      abcd efgh

      Molly Fowles why cant you?

  • Pavel R.
    Pavel R.

    Jeremy sinning the shinning for things that he mostly disagrees with/dislikes vs sinning for discrepancies within the movie itself is a sin.

    • Ken Hollis
      Ken Hollis

      It's meant to be humorous, not a completely professional movie critique.

  • Bill Clay
    Bill Clay

    Jesus Christ is Lord, not a swear word.

    • Bill Clay
      Bill Clay

      @Ken Hollis ...and that's what makes the world such a special place, for you and for me and the entire human race. Jesus Christ will return shortly. Be ready. God bless.

    • Ken Hollis
      Ken Hollis

      Not everyone agrees.

  • wayne ruddock
    wayne ruddock

    This makes CimSin more attentive than grumpy moon landing faking Kubrick... 'Oh yes!!

  • wayne ruddock
    wayne ruddock

    I'm already chuckling before I've even watched this video

  • Lexi Lol
    Lexi Lol

    do you think the ghosts are making him crazy and telling him to kill his family? or just by being alone, he is going crazy and seeing imaginary people (the ghosts) that tell him to kill his family? We'll never know ig.

    • Ken Hollis
      Ken Hollis

      The book makes it clear that the hotel itself is a living entity and making Jack crazy.

  • Stephanie Baker
    Stephanie Baker

    It's not that unusual to hear weather reports about other states. I'm in California, an we're well aware on the polar vortex going on on the East coast.

  • Maria Cowle
    Maria Cowle

    You guys really need to get on the found flix channel. It explains this movie in detail and it actually makes so much more sense!.

  • Hey YouTube
    Hey YouTube

    Fun Fact: In the maze scene all of the snow is actually salt.

  • Hey YouTube
    Hey YouTube

    Danny and Wendy, throughout the movie, tend to wear a lot of red and blue colours, to represent the twins with their blue dresses and red blood.

  • Jose California
    Jose California

    Tuesday ?lol best line

  • colin gibson
    colin gibson

    I'm not watching this, but I hope he doesn't say anything about the layout of the hotel, because its intentionally bullsh*t.

  • Keyla Auikyani
    Keyla Auikyani

    I read somewhere that the furry bear fellatio it's a reference to Danny being abused by his das, due to the many bear references in Dannys rooms both on the hotel and his Home. But i'm not really sure, just found it an interesting theory

    • Ken Hollis
      Ken Hollis

      Eh, that's an interesting theory as far as the movie goes, but the "dog man" scene does happen in the book, and the book makes no reference to stuffed dogs or sexual abuse; quite the contrary, the book makes it clear that Jack loves his son in the healthiest way possible and that his alcoholism was his only problem before arriving at the hotel.

  • 1 million subscribers with no videos
    1 million subscribers with no videos

    2:56 he was assuming the age of the twins, not saying one girl was 10 and the other was 8, we was guessing the age

  • Soul resonance
    Soul resonance

    If you want to do another Stanley Kubrick movie you should do full metal jacket

  • Ricky Got
    Ricky Got

    I feel CinemaSins made lots of assumptions thinking there were actual ghosts in the movie and that CinemaSins knew what what accruing.

  • nepali choro
    nepali choro

    I don’t get is how is this move terrifying ? Everything is average, kid acting is horrible. Scenes of 2 kids, bloods flooding, kid trying to make another voice. I find it too cringe. dumb boomers loved this crap 💩

    • Ken Hollis
      Ken Hollis

      And dumb zoomers think "cringe" is an adjective.

  • HerecomesawildRUS

    Theres so much different stuff in this move. From Jack and wendys hair color to the room number and how many times the two girls are mentioned


    15:03 This was always my question too

  • Tevin Landry
    Tevin Landry

    I agree... ...that naked woman DID have a nice beave lol.

  • Felipa Shark
    Felipa Shark

    You forgot the shadow of the hellacopter

  • hcastelvetere

    DUDE you literally made a sin over them having to much kool aid

  • kay

    now you're REQUIRED to do doctor sleep

  • Booker Jones
    Booker Jones

    Lucky me; I was working in a movie theater where this was playing on release. The manager told us the book was the scariest thing she'd ever read and got us all worked up to see it. So we all did, and were like, "This?" "The book was scarier," she said weakly. I think at some point Kubrick's career strategy was to create films that would be lukewarmly received when released, then reassessed later on and discussed forever by film critics/students/laymen aficionados. Which is pretty clever, and just what happened. Back then, people said, "Why would Kubrick make a 'Barry Lyndon' with no erotic life?" "Why would he do a Stephen King adaptation that isn't frightening?" Again, I think because, while the lack of scariness would disappoint contemporary audiences, the absence of that distraction makes it easier for later generations to have a perfectly lovely time analyzing all of those impressive visuals and details for their "meaning"; and in that sense it's actually a plus that they're all disconnected and don't cohere and accumulate in a way that builds even elementary suspense, much less terror. There are good things in the movie--Shelley Duvall's performance, for example; it was the only thing that made me "feel" the horror of the situation; of course the manuscript scene, a few other tidbits (certainly not the oceans of red-colored corn syrup cascading out of a freaking elevator) But it wasn't and isn't scary. Scary is like funny; it either is or isn't right then; it doesn't become scary or funny years later after talking about it a whole bunch. And despite the impressiveness of all those patented Kubrick touches scattered here and there throughout, it is a fact that "The Shining" fails at the primary job of the genre: if I haven't been clear enough, let me repeat: it isn't scary.

  • The Fucking Third Reich
    The Fucking Third Reich

    Now you have to do Doctor Sleep,the sequal of The Shining *AFTER NEARLY 40 FUCKING YEARS JUST TO MAKE A SEQUAL OF THE SHINING*

  • Liana H
    Liana H

    Y'all know a sequel can't be good when it comes out 40 years later... Nobody wanted Dr. Sleep man 🤢

    • Ken Hollis
      Ken Hollis

      Apparently they did, because the whole reason King wrote Doctor Sleep was because the most common question fans asked him was, "What ever happened to little Danny Torrance." Personally, I like the book very much, and the movie wasn't bad, either.

  • nickie tee
    nickie tee

    I can appreciate sinning based on what is actually IN the film, but, in case you didn't know... a ton of those images make sense based on the book. And it makes it all even creepier. Infamously, Stephen King wasn't too thrilled with Kubrick's interpretation. BUT, I will say that anytime they have tried to remain true to the book the movies were just dumb.

  • Vanessa Aiselbrown
    Vanessa Aiselbrown

    3:02 also, how did the hedges last that long? That hotel is stupid old, so there's no way the hedges could have lasted THAT long!

    • HerecomesawildRUS

      Maybe they ... Regrow

  • NawtNCosmic

    15:37 big fucking incorrect. torrance hates his son.

  • Spottedfeather

    I found a sin...the way you pronounce Xavier...

  • WegZurHölle

    7:10 pattern on the floor, dannys sweater. kubrik 2001 also kubrik apollo filming, no matter what. it is odd why kubrik wanted exactly that.