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Is ‘Lisa Frankenstein’ a Franken-hit?

Rackam Walberg, Staffer February 12, 2024

On Feb. 9, Universal Pictures released its new horror comedy “Lisa Frankenstein” starring Katherine Newton and Cole Sprouse. Directed by Zelda Williams and written by Diablo Cody, the film is coming...

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‘Night Swim’ is not worth the watch

Roberto Alvarez January 9, 2024

“Night Swim” came out to theaters Jan. 5. This horror movie was a very anticipated new watch for the start of this year. “Night Swim” tells us the story of a family who moves into a new house that...

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‘Thanksgiving’ is a bone-chilling film for this holiday season

Davieon Williams-Charles November 25, 2023

“Thanksgiving” is more than just a film about having a family dinner, but a terrifying murder mystery that will have your stomach twisting and turning all night. The film hit the theaters on Nov. 17,...

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‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ thrills audiences

Madeline Anklam November 1, 2023

“Five Nights At Freddy’s”, an already wildly popular video game, has been adapted into a movie. The movie was released Oct. 27, and it’s full of suspense, surprise and spookiness — the perfect...

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‘The Exorcist: Believer’ will keep you up at night

Owen McColgan October 15, 2023

As fall approaches, many people enjoy watching scary horror movies. Horror fans are excited to come and watch this film since there hasn’t been an “Exorcist” movie released in over 15 years. “The...

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‘Saw X’: the end of a franchise

Davieon Williams-Charles October 4, 2023

The beloved horror franchise “Saw” has just come out with the final installment of the movie series with “Saw X.” The movie was finally released Sept. 29, and it serves as a sequel to the original...

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Poirot faces his fears in ‘A Haunting in Venice’

Alex Geretz September 27, 2023

Agatha Christie’s famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, returns to the big screen in spooky fashion with Kenneth Branagh’s third whodunit “A Haunting in Venice,” which released Sept. 15. In...

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Highly-anticipated thriller exceeds bear-sized expectations

Alex Geretz March 6, 2023

The year is 1985, Georgia. Thousands of dollars’ worth of cocaine have just been lost to the forest of Chattahoochee National Park where a black bear has just consumed a significant amount of it. As...

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Is ‘M3gen’ over hyped or just right?

Liz Williams January 26, 2023

The movie "Megan" started gaining a lot of popularity in mid-November on Tik Tok. It got really popular because it was something different. There was this one scene that everyone was obsessed with. It...

New horror game catches players in its web

New horror game catches players in its web

Serena Bovee December 19, 2022

On Dec. 9, “Choo Choo Charles”, a horrid game about a spider train was released. In this game, you ride a train around an island, doing tasks for others and preparing to fight Charles, the spider train. This...

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Dinner is served

Maren Wilsey December 8, 2022

When the end credits began to roll for the star-studded new horror/comedy, “The Menu,” I found myself rooted in place with shock. I came into the film with low expectations — I’m not a horror fan...

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‘It’s alive! It’s alive!’

Alex Geretz October 28, 2022

If you told me right after I watched the disappointing “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” that Marvel would make a wholly original, ‘30s-horror-esque Halloween special just a few months...

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