Deja Vu at Mt Hood

All work and no play make the Deja Vu crew dull boys, which is why they packed in their other plans and headed to Mt Hood this summer.

Frank April left a Jack Torrence sized wake of destruction in his path: that back 270 transfer onto the side of the rails would have splintered the shins of a lesser man.

Finally, someone made a decent stab at a tribute to Timberline Lodge, the location for all exterior shots from Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. In fact the road that thousands of happy campers get driven up each year is the exact one that led Jack Nicholson to his doom in 1980.

Luckily though none of the Canucks nor their friends ended up garotted, axed or frozen to death, though Frank April did leave a Jack Torrence sized wake of destruction in his path: that back 270 transfer onto the side of the rails would have splintered the shins of a lesser man.

After one of the best ever jib-flicks last season Deja Vu have taken their tight filming and editing style to the Hood glacier to great effect. All it makes us want to do is go back, so job done then.

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