Room 237 is a very slow and patient, but mostly fascinating and sometimes scary documentary on the secrets of Stanly Kubrick's great horror film, The Shining. Through voice overs and film footage, five film buffs dive deep (very, very, very, very, very, VERY deep) into the secrets, the underlying elements, and subliminal messages of The Shining. I found some of their ramblings to be rather laughable, while many of them are interesting and pretty terrifying. It's a difficult film to sit through if you become uninterested - I grew bored during most of the second half. But if you're a fan of Kubrick (I love some of his films, The Shining and A Clockwork Orange in particular) you will find a lot to enjoy in Room 237.