The above, first spotted on Joystiq, is an 11-minute plus breakdown of all the spatial anomalies that can be found in Stanley Kubrick's horror masterpiece The Shining. Basically, recreating the Overlook Hotel in the real world would be impossibilie, due to nonsensical window placements, hallways that simply cannot connect, and stairwells that go every which way.

Which of course makes perfect sense, given much the environment alone adds to the sense of confusion that's pervasive throughout the movie. But how did Rob Ager, who knows quite a bit about both film analysis and psychology, discover the disparity in the first place? From a custom mod map in Duke Nukem 3D, in which the creator himself discovered when attempting to piece things together!

It actually reminds me of something similar, yet also completely different (as well as totally insane). The Labyrinth of the Psychonaunt excels in finding mystical and conspiratorial connections in popular media, and their breakdown of the Super Mario Bros movie, and how it connects with stuff like Wild Wild West, the Spawn movie, and Freemasons. Prepare to have your brain melted...