There are a lot of different elements that make up the essence of Halloween, such as costumes, family traditions, decorations and the actual history of the holiday. One of the most important parts of Halloween is the horror genre, more specifically scary movies. These films influence costumes and really big events to celebrate the spooky season, but it is important to recognize how these movies have progressed into what they are today.
The second adaptation of Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary” debuted last Friday, and if you are anything like me, you were waiting at the box office Thursday night just to see it. Unfortunately, my waiting proved to be disappointing.
“The Haunting of Hill House” is the perfect binge series to get you seriously spooked in time for Halloween. The Netflix original series, a reimagining based on the 1959 gothic horror novel by Shirley Jackson, has been a trending topic on social media feeds everywhere.
It’s no secret: I love blood and guts. I love campy thrills and over-the-top gore. I love staring at the big screen while watching some angst-ridden teen or distraught babysitter lose her head thanks to a creepy mental ward escapee in a hockey mask.
As she finished her workout with squats, pull, clean and jerk, and snatch, Hailey McCann sat on the floor, deciding if she wanted to go to In-N-Out for a burger with animal fries or to Little Caeser’s for a deep dish pizza.
National CORE, a nonprofit affordable housing developer, is leading a permanent supportive housing project, 740 Foothill Community, in an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County between the cities of San Dimas and La Verne. Both cities are opposed to the project.