Purveyors of all thing pop culture, Austin-based Mondo has been revamping your cult film favorites through its vinyl soundtrack and VHS reissues, nerdy tees and sought-after artworks that pay homage to cinema’s most fun and bizarre titles. Now the company has created a new line of film-centric goodies. Mondo 237 references Stanley Kubrick’s chilling horror film The Shining.
(For those new to the movie, 237 is the ominous room at the Overlook Hotel where Jack Nicholson’s boozy writer Jack Torrance takes a gig as a winter caretaker and suffers a terrifying mental breakdown.)
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