As part of their Films You Might Have Missed series the Central Canada Film Group is presenting the Shining Friday. The group’s Collin Davis says this is a great horror film as a classic story of Jack Nicholson playing Jack Torrence who is a writer who takes on the role of a winter caretaker at the famous Overlook Hotel. He says Jack’s young son Danny has psychic premonitions which we learn is called The Shining and the story unravels from the isolation that the family is subjected to over the time they’re there.
The film is free, restricted to an adult audience and is being show at 7:30 Friday night at the Hapnot Collegiate Theatre. Davis adds he will also take a short look at the 1932 film The Freak which is another cult classic horror film.