"Room 237" is hardly your average documentary. Not only does it float some very out-there theories about what Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" is really about, it illustrates those points with clips from both the 1980 horror classic and dozens of other movies. Every single shot in the film is from an existing flick, including ones from Kubrick, Hitchcock, and Spielberg, as well as classic horror movies and silent films.

Moviefone sat down with director Rodney Ascher and producer Tim Kirk, who provided insight into some of their choices. In the same spirit of obsessiveness, we've compiled every movie featured in "Room 237," below

"The Shining" "Lolita" "Spartacus" "Eyes Wide Shut" "Paths of Glory" "Barry Lyndon" "2001: A Space Odyssey" "The Killing" "Fear and Desire" "Killer's Kiss" "Dr. Strangelove" "A Clockwork Orange" "Full Metal Jacket" "Drums Along the Mohawk" "The Battle of Apache Pass" "The White Buffalo" "Sitting Bull at the Spirit Lake Massacre" "In the Land of War Canoes" "Apocalypto" "Schindler's List" "The Eagle Has Landed" "The Beast in Heat" "Wolf" "An American Werewolf in London" "Merrie Melodies: Three Little Pigs" "Fellini Satyricon" "Capricorn One" "The Magic Mountain" "The Summer of '42" "Agency" "The Brain from Plane Arous" "BrainWaves" "Dreamscape" "Spellbound" "Demons" "Demons 2" "All the President's Men" "My Fair Lady" "Dr. Doolittle" "Faust" "The Legend of Hell House" "The Terror" "Looker" "Jesus Christ Superstar" "Creepshow" "The Thief of Bagdad"

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