The Shining is Kubrick's iconic classic that is a film adaptation of the namesake novel, written by Stephen King. Albeit, with that saying, this movie is not aimed at the younger demographic. The main concerns for the film are violence, nudity, drug content, negative messages, and no role models. For violence, you see a man axe a guy in the chest (you see blood and the action take place). A young boy is strolling around on a motorcycle, while two girls are standing in the way. It cuts to flashbacks of dead bodies (drenched in blood, and you see gory wounds everywhere, highly graphic), while the girls say "Come and play with us Danny". A woman slits a man's hand with a knife (we see a moderate amount of blood on his hand, the action takes place). A man axes down a door, but nothing grotesque or violent happens after that. A man is holding a bat trying to smash a woman's brains out (he doesn't), but the woman hits him with the bat while he falls down a flight of stairs (no blood or gore). The Shining includes some gory kills and graphic situations that are very intense.
As for the nudity, there is a scene where a woman steps out of the shower and you see full frontal nudity (breasts, nipples, pubic region visible), and a buttock shot. She starts kissing a man (the man is fully clothed). It turns out she's a corpse and we see the scars on her back. A woman sees a door open with two men. One man is crouched down on his knees and in a bare costume (you see his buttocks, but he's completely clothed beside that). While another man is seen on a bed (fully clothed). No actions take place but this scene heavily implies oral sex. For profanity, there are around a dozen f words and its derivatives, some anatomical and scatological terms, and mild obscenities. There are no positive messages and no good role models. The movie is basically about a man that is psychologically disturbed and as the film progresses, loses his sanity and becomes heavily delusional. Overall, a phenomenal film but not suitable for younger audiences.