Stanley Kubrick intended The Shining to be a statement about the Holocaust. Or, no, it’s actually about the Native American genocide. Or is it about the moon landing? Room 237 explores Shining experts’ pet theories on the subtext of the film, some of which are absolutely ludicrous. It’s a portrait of film appreciation at its most obsessive and unhinged. And if you haven’t seen The Shining in a while, don’t fret—that’s actually the best way to watch Room 237. You’ll leave the documentary with an insatiable craving to watch the original film through fanatics’ eyes. (SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave N,, 4:30 and 6:45 pm, $11, April 5-11)