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Exploring Tropes in Until Dawn

Six years ago, one of the most unique horror games hit the market: “Until Dawn” (2015). Developed by Supermassive Games, and published by Sony, the game offered a unique balance of video game controls and movie storytelling.

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Night of the Living Dead (1968 vs. 1990)

Everyone loves a good zombie movie, the fear, desperation, and classic sense of hopelessness. But despite all odds, realizing that there is even the slightest chance of survival makes the blood run cold and your heartbeat quicken.

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Return of the Living Dead, A Review

The story progresses in all the right ways, and it entails nonstop zombie action. It is also important to note that with the essence of 1980’s horror comes dated special effects.

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True Genre Classics

Choosing four classic genre favorites is almost impossible. So, instead, these are four of the most influential classic horror movies ever made.

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Returnal: The Plot

“Returnal” (2021) is a psychological horror video game containing rogue-like features from the third-person perspective. The game is PlayStation 5 exclusive and is out now. Players follow Selene, a space pilot, who is stuck on a strange alien planet called Atropos.

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The Unholy, A Review

Filmed in Sudbury, Massachusetts, the movie is subtle. Cursory comparisons to Father Karras kept jumping to mind. “The Unholy” is not gory; it is scary. Well-placed demons, a few stylized screen effects, and “The Grudge-style” motion graphics tell the story without being overdone.

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American Psycho 2, A Review

How far would you go to get something you want? In the sequel to the cult-classic “American Psycho” (2000), one college student would do anything to get a teacher assistant position.