The bathroom from “Room 237” in The Shining is shower curtain
If you read Dangerous Minds on a regular basis, you know that myself and DM’s headmistress, Tara McGinley have a thing for shower curtains. But holy hell, if this isn’t the pinnacle of mind-fucking home decor, I don’t know what is because a shower curtain with the creepy green bathroom from Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film adaptation of Stephen King’s 1977 book, The Shining exists. Yikes!
The actual bathroom from “Room 237” in The Shining
If you’ve seen The Shining, I’m guessing that this might be the LAST shower curtain you’d be inclined to hang in your bathroom given the scene that unfolded in that very room with Jack Torrance (played by Jack Nicholson) and the specter of a nude woman that quickly goes south. Of course, if you’re more like me, you probably think this is pretty much the coolest shower curtain that you’ve ever seen, and will be purchasing it immediately. “Room 237” the shower curtain will run you $79.99, and can be purchased here.
Previously on Dangerous Minds:
Things that should exist: Vintage trading cards based on ‘The Shining’