The “Saw” franchise has been popular for many years. Even when we think the end is in sight, we have to second-guess ourselves. Today I will be reviewing the movie that may end it all or begin something new.
October is known as the month of all things spooky. It’s a time to celebrate witches, ghosts, vampires and much more, but among these creatures lies one that’s more misunderstood than most: black cats.
Halloween. The time of year where everyone is just a bit more aware of the paranormal. Ghouls, ghasts and gremlins are not a peculiar sight in October. In fact, many adorn the lawn or decorate your houses. But what happens when they take hold inside your body? This week, I will be reviewing two movies about these uninvited guests.
Whether they’re a seasoned master of Magic: The Gathering or just like to pick up a game of Uno with some friends, everyone can agree on tried-and-true Halloween fun. Welcoming the community to come in costume and enjoy candy, board games and good company, IU South Bend’s Gamers’ Guild held their annual Halloween party on Nov. 2 from 6-9 p.m. in SAC 225.
Vampires, werewolves and witches are classic figures associated with horror and Halloween. They have been a part of fiction for many generations and continue to stay relevant despite their age. With the technological advances of the last century, these old haunts have made their way onto the big screen.
Halloween only comes once a year, and the best way to get into a spooky mood is to watch horror movies. We all know and love our classic slasher films, but it’s time to face a new threat: the paranormal. There are three films that I will be giving an overview of and a personal rating out of ten. Each is vastly different from the other, so hopefully one of these will give you goosebumps.
By: Reagan Ayala Intern The Community Building in housing was dressed to scare with the annual halloween dance, courtesy of the Resident Hall Association on Oct. 29. RHA is a student-run organization working to improve the quality of life for other students on campus. The group regularly participates in and creates events for the enjoyment […]
By: Emily Hinds and Connie Klimek Staff-Writers Friends and family of all ages came together to join IU South Bend`s Halloween Festival, “Boo to You,” on Oct. 28th. Located on two of the basketball courts in the Student Activities Center, IU South Bend hosted a Halloween themed festival consisting of trick-or-treating, carnival games, halloween themed […]
By: Eva Monhaut Staff Columnist firstname.lastname@example.org Spooky season is here so it is that time of year to indulge and dive into some scary, spooky thrillers just in time for the Halloween season. Whether you enjoy pure horror literature or something humorous, the world of spooky-themed writing is filled with options for all readers. Here […]
By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist Happy Halloween, everyone! This is an especially spooky year because of the midterm election that happens this coming Tuesday. Midterms are always interesting to those of us who follow politics, but I’m not sure the average citizen gets much excitement out of this particular political phenomenon. It is not uncommon, […]