A rare opportunity is being made available to fans of Stanley Kubrick’s Film version of “The Shining.” Even though Stephen King didn’t particular like that screen version, he will be sure to approve of the offer to watch the terrifying film in the actual, iconic Overlook Hotel. To give it the correct title, the hotel is the National Historic Timberline Lodge, but you get the drift.

The opportunity is being made available by the guys at On Set Cinema, who love to do this kind of thing. What is even better is that besides watching the film, you’ll have the opportunity to stay the night in the hotel, if you dare!

Watch ‘The Shining’ on the film set

As reported by Altpress, the special screening of "The Shining" will happen on Sunday, December 1 in the Timberline Lodge at Government Camp, Oregon. Ticket holders will also get the opportunity to explore the hotel’s grounds for the day as well as the interior of the hotel. The organizers said they will have access to the Cascade dining room, Wy’East Cafe, Ram’s Head Bar & Restaurant and the Y’Bar. There is also a historic exhibit on-site, a game room and a gift shop to buy a souvenir to take home.

The experience is the latest offering from On Set Cinema. "The Shining" screening is set to take place on Sunday, December 1 in Government Camp, Oregon at Not only will those who attend get the chance to watch the movie on-site, but they will also be allowed to access the hotel grounds for the day and, if they dare, stay the night.

.The price to attend the screening of “The Shining” is $70 (£57). Ticket holders will also receive an offer of a discount on accommodation at the hotel. Movie Web quotes discounted prices as being $145 (£117) for an Economy Twin room, a Queen Standard room at $165 (£133) and $185 (£149) for a Queen Twin.

The lodge also offers year-round skiing, so if you fancy the idea, you could make the experience a full horror vacation theme.

‘The Shining” is a cult horror classic

While King didn’t enjoy Kubrick’s version of his story and initial reviews were bad in 1980, the film has become a horror classic and is thought to be one of the greatest horror films of all times.

The film only brought in $44 million (£36 million) at the box office with a budget of $19 million (£15 million), but the film is still a popular choice for horror fans, including King’s many Constant Readers. Also, the film will now be released in a 4K Ultra HD format.

Sequel to ‘The Shining’ coming soon

The good news is that a sequel to “The Shining” is on its way. “Doctor Sleep” has been almost completed by director Mike Flanagan and is expected to screen in cinemas in November. The film will star Ewan McGregor as a grown-up Danny Torrance who has been pushing down his talents using booze, but finally gets to use them for good.

In the meantime, anyone who would like to attend the special screening of “The Shining” should book soon, before all the tickets are sold out. A limited number of tickets is available on MyershouseNC.com.