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The twins Louise and Lisa Burns, who played in The Shining for 12 years (see above) have admitted that they are & # 39; naturally spooky & # 39; are - and even admitted that the set didn't scare them because it looked like & # 39; an extended theme party & # 39;

The twins who played in The Shining at the age of 12 have admitted that they are & # 39; naturally spooky & # 39; – and even admitted that the set didn't scare them because it looked like & # 39; an extended fancy dress party & # 39 ;.

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Louise and Lisa Burns, now both 50, told how they achieved the bone-chilling performance cosmopolitan that they recited their rules until they could unanimously say them, with a & # 39; other words & # 39 ;.

The scary couple portrayed the spirits of the murdered Grady twins, who appeared to the protagonist's son, while the family stayed in an isolated hotel in the Colorado Rockies in the 1980 film.

The sisters say they enjoyed every moment at Elstree Studios, Hertfordshire, England, and said it felt like they were being invited to an & # 39; exclusive party & # 39 ;.

The twins Louise and Lisa Burns, who played in The Shining for 12 years (see above) have admitted that they are & # 39; naturally spooky & # 39; are - and even admitted that the set didn't scare them because it looked like & # 39; an extended theme party & # 39;

The twins Louise and Lisa Burns, who played in The Shining for 12 years (see above) have admitted that they are & # 39; naturally spooky & # 39; are – and even admitted that the set didn't scare them because it looked like & # 39; an extended theme party & # 39;

The couple, now 50, pictured in 2015 at the Elstree Studios book launch party in Borehamwood, UK, also said they weren't scared on the set because it looked like an & # 39; extended fancy dress & # 39;

The couple, now 50, pictured in 2015 at the Elstree Studios book launch party in Borehamwood, UK, also said they weren't scared on the set because it looked like an & # 39; extended fancy dress & # 39;

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The couple, now 50, pictured in 2015 at the Elstree Studios book launch party in Borehamwood, UK, also said they weren't scared on the set because it looked like an & # 39; extended fancy dress & # 39;

Speak against cosmopolitan, they admitted: & # 39; We are creepy by nature.

& # 39; But we have practiced our timing – say things at the same time – and have said our rules a number of times in a hollow, alien way. & # 39;

They remembered that they were never scared on the set, but said their parents and other actors were concerned that they would find it all too much.

& # 39; We saw people with scary makeup, but it always felt more like we were at an extended fancy dress party. It just wasn't that freaky, & they remembered.

& # 39; They were very concerned that we would be scared of the fake blood in the scene where we were killed.

The murdered twins appear in the film to the son of a couple, who visit an isolated hotel in the Colorado Rockies

The murdered twins appear in the film to the son of a couple, who visit an isolated hotel in the Colorado Rockies

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The murdered twins appear in the film to the son of a couple, who visit an isolated hotel in the Colorado Rockies

After the film, their dresses, which they never liked, were washed and can now be seen. They are shown here in April 2019 at the Design Museum, London

After the film, their dresses, which they never liked, were washed and can now be seen. They are shown here in April 2019 at the Design Museum, London

After the film, their dresses, which they never liked, were washed and can now be seen. They are shown here in April 2019 at the Design Museum, London

& # 39; So Tom showed us how he is & # 39; blood & # 39; and it really looked like the real thing. He even let us keep a bottle that we still have! & # 39 ;.

They continued: & # 39; We always had to be guided. But our parents never worried or thought we should stop filming the movie. They were very supportive of us. & # 39;

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The couple has since left the film industry, with Lisa becoming a lawyer and Louise a published scientist, but the couple still has fond memories of their time on the set.

& # 39; Here Johnny! & # 39 ;: How The Shining was received

Known as one of the largest and most influential of all horror films, The Shining raised $ 44.4 million in cash.

The author who wrote the 1977 book on which the film is based, Stephen King, expressed dissatisfaction with screen production, and critics gathered.

At the time, Canadian film critic Jay Scott wrote: & # 39; Kubrick certainly does not fail small. You can quickly forget The Shining as an umbrella, multi-level bot without Jack (the father's actor) Jack Nicholson. & # 39;

But the iconic film, about a family going on vacation to an isolated hotel in the Colorado Rockies, did not leave the public's imagination behind.

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Guardian film critic Peter Bradshaw placed the number eight of the top 25 horror films, and it also received a series of prizes.

Actress who played in Silent Hill at the age of ten admits that even she has the prostheses & # 39; scary & # 39; found

In the meantime, the child actress who played the horror film Silent Hill in 2006, when she was 10, has announced that even she was prosthesis & # 39; torn away & # 39; while she was on the set.

Jodelle Ferland, now 25, told the publication that the scene where a creature emerges from the toilet is still sending shivers down her spine, although she had no problem with the fake blood.

The youngster played the role of dying adopted daughter Sharon, who was brought to Silent Hill by her mother Rose and the demons Alessa Gillespie and Dark Alessa.

Spooky Jodelle Ferland played three characters in the horror film 2006, Silent Hill, when she was ten years old (seen)
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Spooky Jodelle Ferland played three characters in the horror film 2006, Silent Hill, when she was ten years old (seen)

Spooky Jodelle Ferland played three characters in the horror film 2006, Silent Hill, when she was ten years old (seen)

Jodelle Ferland, shown at the Supanova Expo in Brisbane in 2017, plays other films in addition to this horror, including the Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Jodelle Ferland, shown at the Supanova Expo in Brisbane in 2017, plays other films in addition to this horror, including the Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Jodelle Ferland, shown at the Supanova Expo in Brisbane in 2017, plays other films in addition to this horror, including the Twilight Saga: Eclipse

& # 39; I remember that there were a number of creatures where people were turning around in weird ways and they had the suits and prostheses, and it certainly took me out, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; And the thing that comes out of the toilet room – that still makes me weird! & # 39 ;, she said.

& # 39; I should have been more disturbed by things like that, but for me, I didn't just associate that with being real blood.

& # 39; For me there is film blood and there is real blood. I am now more disturbed by things like that, but when I was a kid, I had such a good time. & # 39;

Despite the costumes and makeup, Jodelle also admitted that the actors never scared her into fear, although she might have let her skin crawl.

& # 39; I've never been crawled by other people in the film to the point of real fear, but they didn't always use CGI (computer graphics) on Silent Hill, so there were many real creatures who were frankly pretty frightening, & # 39; she said.

She said the prostheses that were used for production and the moment something came out of the toilet still shivers down her spine
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She said the prostheses that were used for production and the moment something came out of the toilet still shivers down her spine

She said the prostheses that were used for production and the moment something came out of the toilet still shivers down her spine

The young actress, who was 10 years old in the film, is now 25 and said she did not find fake blood scary during filming

The young actress, who was 10 years old in the film, is now 25 and said she did not find fake blood scary during filming

The young actress, who was 10 years old in the film, is now 25 and said she did not find fake blood scary during filming

& # 39; It's like going to a haunted house on Halloween and of course you know that nothing is real, but that doesn't mean you're not afraid of it. & # 39;

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Jodelle even remembered that her mother covered her eyes when they watched the movie together after the release.

"There's a bit where someone's skin is being torn off, and she casually put her hand over my eyes," she said.

Since the film, Jodelle has also participated in Case 39, horror The Cabin in the Woods and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.

In the 2006 film, Jodelle (seen) plays the dying adopted daughter Sharon, along with two other parts, which her mother brings to the city of Silent Hill in West Virginia

In the 2006 film, Jodelle (seen) plays the dying adopted daughter Sharon, along with two other parts, which her mother brings to the city of Silent Hill in West Virginia

In the 2006 film, Jodelle (seen) plays the dying adopted daughter Sharon, along with two other parts, which her mother brings to the city of Silent Hill in West Virginia

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