You remember Stanley Kubrick's film version of Stephen King's The Shining, right? The joyful story of a family who spends a few months at the picturesque Overlook Hotel and does some heartfelt family bonding during a snowstorm. No. Not at all. The Shining is a terrifying tale about an abusive writer who becomes influenced by a supernatural presence, descends into madness and attempts to murder his wife and son. Luckily, writer/director Joe Lovero and composer Jon Hugo Unger have created a hilarious musical parody of the horror classic, featuring three-time Tony nominee Marc Kudisch as Jack Torrance (played by Jack Nicholson in the film) and a berserk tango choreographed by Broadway favorite Shannon Lewis. The creators hope to do a stage version soon, and we'll be first in line! Check out a clip from the short movie-musical below!