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“The Nun” Adds Little to “The Conjuring” Universe

"The Conjuring" universe has been a staple of the horror community since its creation in 2013, with its writers slowly expanding upon the different evils that real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren had to face. On Friday, September 7, a new addition to the series called The Nun was released. The film is meant to elaborate on the origin story of the demon,
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Netflick of the Week: “Hush”

A film easily overlooked many times while browsing Netflix for something scary to watch, “Hush,” is surprisingly high quality. Every movie or TV show you hover over on Netflix gives you a description and a series of thumbnails to preview what you're about to watch. The thumbnails “Hush” give look silly and give the impression it would a B-grade horror flick. Unexpectedly, that is
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“Blair Witch”: A Confusing but Frightening Homage

“Blair Witch,” released on Sept. 16, directed by Adam Wingard, is a pretty clear showing of respect to the original “Blair Witch Project” from 1999. That’s not to say it should be regarded any lower or not treated as its own film. On its own, “Blair Witch” is honestly terrifying. While it follows the same general sequence of events as the original, this sequel/remake/reboot

On a Dollar a Day

Zach Ingrasci and Chris Temple, co-producers and creators of "On A Dollar A Day", a Netflix documentary, visited Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. The two speakers spoke about their experience in Guatemala where they, as well as two of their friends, lived off of about a dollar a day for 56 days. As sophomores in college coming from
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“The Night Before”: Comedic Christmas Lessons

“The Night Before” is the seventh film by director Jonathan Levine (“Warm Bodies,” “50/50”). Released on Nov. 20, “The Night Before” stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt (“Looper”), Seth Rogen (“The Interview”), and Anthony Mackie (“The Hurt Locker”). The film centers around three best friends: Ethan, Isaac, and Chris (GordonLevitt, Rogen, and Mackie), as they embark on their final installation of a longstanding Christmas Eve tradition. After