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University Heights Street Becomes Halloween Extra...
There's a street in San Diego's University Heights neighborhood where dragons, singing skeletons and death come to play — for one night only. Maryland Street at Meade Avenue in San Diego's University...
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Movie quiz for October 31st
Movie quiz for October 31st OOO! OOO! It’s Halloween. You know what that means. We forgot to do a horror special, again. Fri, Oct 31, 2014, 01:39 1. I was born in 2092 at the Olympia colony on...
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Halloween Partying: Celebrate the Spirits without...
The Graveyard Shift: What could be more terrifying than spending Halloween night in the middle of an actual graveyard – if you can get inside. In some states it is illegal to go inside a graveyard...
Read more at Psychology Today
Dominic Corry: Christopher Nolan's best movies
In anticipation of Christopher Nolan's new film, Interstellar, Dominic Corry runs through his favourite Nolan movies. Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway star in Christopher Nolan's new film,...
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The Dark Knight
A weekend coastal storm!
GETTING READY FOR HALLOWEEN! I am sure many of you are getting the kids ready for the big night! Overall, the weather for Halloween is looking good, although not perfect. A storm will develop off the...
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
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'Before I Go To Sleep'
... I Go To Sleep" is a risky title for a genre exercise intended to keep viewers bolt upright in their seats, handing mirthful critics a ready-made punch line at the first sign of lethargy. The...
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Before I Go to Sleep
The scariest television shows of all time | Photos
TALES FROM THE DARKSIDEThe ‘80s were full of anthology series, including a Friday The 13th series and pale reboots of the Twilight Zone and
presents. But this series, created by...
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Friday the 13th
I Love Lucy
Halloween: The 10 sexiest horror films
Sex and death have long been intertwined in the world of horror movies, with everyone from vampires to serial killers trumpeting the carnal and the charnel from the days of Count Dracula on. Although...
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Our Top Ten Scariest Film Scenes
Regan - The Exorcist: Between that scene with the crucifix and Regan's spider-walk down the stairs, we've never really recovered from Linda Blair's performance. If I had to count the many times I've...
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The Blair Witch Project
13 horror movies we recommend you watch this week...
Who doesn't like watching horror movies this time of the year? We certainly love them. Here are 13 of our favourites. Why watch: You can’t have hot without the cold. In Japanese director Takashi...
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Sarah Michelle Gellar
Night of the Living Dead
3 below-the-radar films to catch this fall
By all means, see David Fincher's gloriously pulpy "Gone Girl," the elegant, surreal comedy "Birdman," the percussive and intelligent indie "Whiplash" and the staggering Edward Snowden documentary...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
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Scary movies for Scaredy Cats: the sequel
Consider this a sequel. Back in 2006, The Post offered a list of scary movies for scaredy cats. The films made for pretty classy viewing — "Near Dark," "Silence of the Lambs," "Psycho" — for the wimpy...
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Claws, Fangs and Fiends: Exhibit Traces History O...
NEW HAVEN — Whether severing limbs, cleaving skulls or just lurking in the dark, modern horror movie villains aren't nearly as charming as the screen fiends of yesteryear, Wes Davis says. "Monsters...
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University of New Haven
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Creative Spark reopens Little Print Shop of Horro...
Creative Spark’s annual Little Print Shop of Horrors is set to reopen in time for halloween. The online shop has opened every halloween since 2011 and sells horror-themed limited edition prints to...
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13 most common horror-movie monikers
(Director): 7; 2 each in CA and MD On Oct. 31, most homeowners wouldn't be surprised to find a Freddie Krueger knocking at their door in search of candy. But do they know a real...
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Friday the 13th
Halloween 2014: 10 Classic Horror Films That Have...
Some horror films continue to have audiences jumping in fright today(Shamley Productions) Over the years, horror films have become increasingly more violent and shocking, pushing the boundaries of...
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The Halloween candy MacGuffin
often used a MacGuffin in his movies and television shows. The MacGuffin could be anything: photographs, jewels, launch codes or even a glowing briefcase. The only really important...
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Proof We All Do Crazy Sh*t To Get Over Our Breaku...
New Jersey-born Dorothy Parker (née Rothschild) is remembered for her irreverent witticisms, not her two divorces. She joined Vanity Fair as a staff writer in 1917, the same year she wed stockbroker...
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Free Events This Week in Miami: Trick or Treat, S...
Art Market Wednesday at Café Cita Aventura: Check the wares and creations from area artists while noshing on sandwiches, salads, and other tasty bites. Plus, they've got beer, wine, and signature...
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Frighteningly Fun Flix: The Advocate's Favorite F...
From the frightening to fun, The Advocate staff picks our favorite scream-gems to screen this Halloween. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984): “One, two, Freddy’s comin’ for you...” I had no idea those...
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