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The Shining In 8-Bit

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YouTube geniuses CineFix have struck again - and this time they've worked their 8-bit magic on Stephen King's classic The Shining.

The horror masterpiece has been converted into an old-school videogame , complete with a tension-filled 8-bit soundtrack. And yes, that moment is there in all its glory.

Now they just need to work on all the other Stephen King classics: come on, what are you waiting for guys?

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