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Horror And The Art Debate

So, what is art? That’s a question that artists and academics alike have been waxing philosophical about for thousands of years. There are entire professions built around arguing about that question.

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Missing in National Parks

Recently on the true crime side of TikTok, a popular video entertainment platform, stories about missing people have been on the rise to spread awareness. Out of this genre, a subcategory emerged of people who have gone missing within national parks and have never been found.

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Alien (1979), A Review

Before 1979 no one had wholly depicted aliens like Ridley Scott. He terrified audiences with what the unknown held. And, his “Alien” would become the prototype for many years after.

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

The novel “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” written by Robert Louis Stevenson in 1886 is oftentimes overlooked when discussing classic horror novels. However, the themes and symbolism throughout the story are deeply disturbing.


Verónica, A Review

Paco Plaza’s 2017 horror film “Verónica” gained a lot of press when it went on Netflix a few years ago. Lots of clickbait was going around surrounding the movie, claiming it was the scariest film on Netflix.

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The Forever Purge, A Review

Released on July 2, 2021, The Forever Purge has already made over 70 million dollars in the first weekend alone. So, what makes this movie and series so bloodcurdling amazing?