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Days of Terror: “Halloween”

Days of Terror: “Halloween”

Erin Yarnall

October 8, 2015

The quintessential slasher film, “Halloween” originated the slasher subgenre and introduced Jamie Lee Curtis into all of our hearts. Read More »...

Days of Terror: “The Descent”

Days of Terror: “The Descent”

Erin Yarnall

October 7, 2015

By day seven, this challenge is really starting to drag. It’s tough having to watch a movie every single day, on top of classes homework and everything else I am doing at The DePaulia. Thankfully, I have never seen “The Descent,” and I’ve actually never even heard of it. The complete lack ...

Days of Terror: “Freddy vs. Jason”

Days of Terror: “Freddy vs. Jason”

Erin Yarnall

October 6, 2015

For the first time in close to 10 years I watched one of my favorite movies when I was younger — and it was completely terrible. The first bad movie on my list, “Freddy vs. Jason” was such a cliche ridden disappointment. Read More »...

Days of Terror: “Rosemary’s Baby”

Days of Terror: “Rosemary’s Baby”

Erin Yarnall

October 6, 2015

In a movie guaranteed to always make her son Ronan Farrow feel a little weird, Mia Farrow plays Rosemary Woodhouse, a woman impregnated by Satan with the cutest haircut in the world. Where I watched: Netflix Length: 136 minutes Prior knowledge of the film: I’ve seen it once a few years ...

Days of Terror: “The Shining”

Days of Terror: “The Shining”

Erin Yarnall

October 4, 2015

For the most part throughout this challenge, I’m trying to watch movies I’ve never seen before, but I couldn’t resist including “The Shining.” Read More »...

Days of Terror: “Psycho”

Days of Terror: “Psycho”

Erin Yarnall

October 4, 2015

“Psycho” is a movie that I’ve always been mad at myself for not seeing, so maybe this horror challenge will be good for something, rather than just scaring me. Read More »...

Days of Terror: “Scream”

Days of Terror: “Scream”

Erin Yarnall

October 3, 2015

After watching one of the oldest horror movies last night, I decided to watch a more recent one tonight, and one of my favorites at that. “Scream” is one of the few films on my list that I’ve seen, and have seen numerous times at that. Read More »...

Days of Terror: “Nosferatu”

Days of Terror: “Nosferatu”

Erin Yarnall

October 3, 2015

To start off my month of scares, I thought it would only be appropriate to start with one of the films that began the whole genre, “Nosferatu.” The German expressionist film was released in 1922, and features Max Schreck as the the vampire Count Orlock. Read More »...

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