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Podcasts

Good Bad Movies Ep 37: Jason Lives

By Adam Snydar Podcast Manager https://soundcloud.com/ktsw89_9/good-bad-movies-ep-37-jason-lives Good Bad Movies is the podcast about films that might not be winning any love from critics but are great in their own special way. Hosts Adam Snydar and Adrian Lopez review and rave over movies that might not be traditionally ‘good’ but are still beloved and worth a watch. In this episode, Adam and Adrian talk about Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, […]

todayAugust 11, 2021 17

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Web Content

Creepy Short Films on YouTube

By Andie MauAssistant Web Content Manager Short films and the horror genre are overlooked by mainstream audiences despite their contributions to the cinema. Shorts have fantastic entertainment value given the wide variety of stories, creative approaches and quick run time.  Shorts are particularly well suited to the horror genre, as suspense is hard to maintain in a feature-length film. The following are the most disturbing yet brilliant shorts available to […]

todayMarch 21, 2021 131

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Podcasts

Good Bad Movies Ep.15: “Dawn of the Dead”

By Adam SnydarPodcast Producer  Good Bad Movies is the podcast about films that might not be winning any love from critics but are great in their own special way. Hosts Adam Snydar and Adrian Lopez review and rave over movies that might not be traditionally ‘good’ but are still beloved and worth a watch.  In this episode, Adam and Adrian talk about George A. Romero’s masterpiece, “Dawn of the Dead." With […]

todayJanuary 20, 2021 11

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Reviews

A Disappointing Review of Antebellum

By Timia CobbWeb Content Assistant Manager In the wake of black horror films such as “Get Out”, “Ma”, “US” and more, I was ecstatic when I first saw “Antebellum’s” trailer last summer. It felt like a movie that would hit close to home by speaking on issues such as racism and conflicts in the black community. However, “Antebellum” turned out to be an hour and a half film filled to […]

todayOctober 10, 2020 16

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Entertainment

The Worst of Halloween Past

By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor “Trick-or-treat,” a seemingly innocent phrase that children say when they’re out trick-or-treating. Most people will hear the phrase and not think about it. To many, the phrase is about handing out candy to dressed-up kids and teenagers walking around the neighborhood. Halloween is a fun holiday. You can go around without judgement for being dressed up or eating your weight in candy. That type of […]

todayOctober 8, 2020 49

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Entertainment

The Hollywood Effect

By Jernice KelleyWeb Content Contributor As a society, we have realized that fear is just an adaptive behavior that we use to protect us from danger, and as time progresses, we begin to learn new fears. These learned fears are often developed when we are continuously exposed to mediums such as horror films and television series. The list of horror movies and shows that Hollywood produces grows every year. Some […]

todayJune 21, 2020 10

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Entertainment

“Tigers Are Not Afraid”: a Review

By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor "Tigers Are Not Afraid" is a horror and magical realism film directed by Issa López. It follows Estrella, a girl growing up in an unnamed Mexician city where gangs and political corruption run rampant. Teaming up with a gang of local homeless children, Estrella must use the help of magic and the living dead to avenge her town.   Scene from "Tigers Are Not Afraid." Screenshot […]

todayApril 14, 2020 21

The title insert for Netflix’s new show, The Haunting of Hill House. Five siblings (two boys and three girls) stand in front of a house.

Entertainment

A Netflix Review: The Haunting of Hill House

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Web Content Contributor I have never been a fan of the horror genre, but the Haunting of Hill House is a magnificent masterpiece--a Netflix original series that is built on fear, family and fright. Mike Flanagan, the director, is a cinematic genius. He utilized sound bridges, action matching and long takes to flawlessly concoct this series. Themes and plot elements remind me of Coraline and Monster House, […]

todayNovember 1, 2018 87

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Entertainment

The Challenge That is Hereditary

By Clayton Ambrose Music Journalist Horror cinema has been having a tough time getting taken seriously in the new millenium. The landscape of the market for the genre is filled with shallow popcorn flicks, the people that see them, and the corporate heads who make it their mission to follow these trends as they line up and fall, one by one. This can lead to the general public forgetting the […]

todayJuly 16, 2018 19

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