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‘The Good Nurse’ features the serial killer Charles Cullen and the fellow nurse; Amy Loughren, who suspects him. The film is based on the 2013 true-crime book of the same name by Charles Graeber.

‘The Good Nurse’ on Netflix shocks audience with horrifying true story (Spoilers ahead!)

Liora Perkins '25, Web Arts Editor December 5, 2022

Tobias Lindholm’s movie, “The Good Nurse,” begins with an ICU nurse from New Jersey, Amy Loughren (Jessica Chastain) and her struggle to find affordable care for her life-threatening heart condition....

Netflix’s “The Monster: Dahmer” successfully entertains, but falls short in terms of morality and its focus upon the victims’ stories.

‘The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ shamefully dramatizes trauma for entertainment

Elle Vail '23, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer has been all over social media lately: TikTok, Snapchat, Instagram –you name the platform; he’s received publicity for it. As Halloween nears, I hear more and more talk...

Released to Netflix on Oct 5, 2022, Mr. Harrigan’s Phone leaves viewers unfrightened despite being labeled as a horror movie.

Netflix’s ‘Mr Harrigan’s Phone’ fails to fit the horror genre

Margot Richlin ’23, Audience Engagement Manager October 31, 2022

Fall is undoubtedly the best time of year. The cool autumn breeze, the spooky music, the decorations and the general spirit make the month of October beyond comparison. But the one aspect of the spooky...

“Smile” adds another horror movie to your to-watch list, but does so at the cost of mental health stereotypes.

‘Smile’ inappropriately addresses mental health, disappoints viewers

Elle Vail ’23, Creative Team October 12, 2022

With Fright Night just around the corner, horror movies are flooding the theaters once more. You may have heard of “Halloween Ends,” “Don’t Worry Darling,” “Barbarian” and “The Invitation,”...

With Halloween right around the corner, reviews on the most essential horror movies are in to perfect a night of jumpscares, candy and popcorn. 

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Four to Watch for Fright Night

Elle Vail '23 , Staff Writer October 1, 2022

Halloween is what some may call the most exciting time of the year: jack o'lanterns, crazy costumes and candy are key features for this favorite of holidays. But if you’re a horror buff like me, it is...

The horror-thriller film Fresh, released March 4, explores the horrors of the modern dating world through the story of Noa, played by Daisy Edgar-Jones (right).

‘Fresh’ creatively explores horror genre to comment on modern dating world

Lea Rivel ’22, Social Media Director March 30, 2022

If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.  That’s the lesson in “Fresh,”  a horror-thriller released March 4, 2022. The movie stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan, and was...

The poster cover of “Us” depicts the horror the movie entails.

Jordan Peele takes second shot at horror movies

Evi Tarshis '20, Staff Writer April 3, 2019

Gasps from the crowd, anxious crunching of popcorn, and  immense feelings of fear all contribute to true horror paradise. So, when Jordan Peele- only one of the greatest filmmakers of all time- announced...

New horror movie excites Netflix viewers

New horror movie excites Netflix viewers

January 15, 2019

The cold, snowy and bitter weather of Dec. is a great excuse to cozy up in bed and watch Netflix all day. The new movie “Bird Box,” directed by Susanne Bier, was released on Netflix on December 13,...

“Happy Death Day” disappoints viewers

“Happy Death Day” disappoints viewers

October 25, 2017

By Roxy Augeri ’20 and Allie D’Angelo ’20

Hit or miss: fall movie selection

Hit or miss: fall movie selection

October 25, 2017

By Sasha Narang '18 and Erin Lynch '18 When most people think of autumn, Halloween and apple picking are two of the most popular activities that come to mind. However, people tend to forget the impressive...

‘Mother!’ divides moviegoers upon release

‘Mother!’ divides moviegoers upon release

October 4, 2017

By Audrey Bernstein '18 Jennifer Lawrence’s character eyes the camera in the first scene of the trailer, her voice barely rising above a whisper. A muted electronic symphony provides the backing to...

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