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Throughout 2022, we’ve had more media about cannibalism on the rise. What is with this uptick in one of the most disturbing taboos?
With Halloween only a few days away, here are five films to get you in the Halloween spirit.
In this episode of Beach Weekly Arts, hosts Manuel Valladares and Perry Continente dive into the most memorable horror films of the 2010s in a recurring segment known as Reel Talk. Listen as they discuss films like “Get Out,” “Hereditary” and “It Follows” and the ever-changing genre of horror.
The 10th anniversary of Dark Harbor gave guests a behind the scenes look at what brings the frights to life. Showcased on select nights, “Dark Hour” provided a closeup of the horrors and answered all the secrets about the haunted attraction.
In this Halloween edition of spill the tea, CSULB students talk about their favorite monsters.
This year’s event offers thrills, chills, mazes and great food. Test your courage and get ready to be scared.
Horror offers more than scares, a good scary story turns a mirror on society. What scares people tells you a lot about what they value.
Misguided adaptation reduces the novel’s complex themes to horror cliché. Everything in the film has been done before, and done better, but its greatest sin is in how dreadfully boring it is.
Written, produced and directed by Peele himself, “Us” is the latest addition to Peele’s horror movie family. This time around, he brings us a predominantly black cast starring Shahadi Wright Joseph, Evan Alex and “Black Panther” stars Winston Duke and Lupita Nyong’o as the Wilson family, a casting direction that is often unheard of in Hollywood.