If two big spoilers in “The Shining” weren’t two significant and oft-revisited moments in cinematic history (“redrum” and “here’s johnny!”) you could sit down and watch this film today and be just as scared as when it came out in 1980. Director Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of the Stephen King novel puts suspense on a slow boil (the film clocks in at two hours, 20 minutes-plus), bubbling with every twitch of Jack Nicholson’s demonically raised eyebrows. Shelly Duvall is the perfect designated screamer as Nicholson’s wife and Danny Lloyd does a remarkable job conveying a scared (and sometimes possessed) little boy.