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Horror movie classics should be standard for scares

Horror movie classics should be standard for scares

By Maggie Durwald | For The Pitt News

November 2, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinions

Johnny and Barbara arrive at their father’s grave in rural Pennsylvania, a storm brewing in the distance. A gaunt, staggering man approaches silently across the landscape of headstones. He murders Johnny. Barbara flees. The man — a zombie — gives chase. Her brother’s last, teasing words of warni...

Movie murderers make killer crushes

Movie murderers make killer crushes

By Henry Glitz and Jaime Viens | The Pitt News Staff

October 30, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinions

In a darkened movie theater, a pale face appears, grinning evilly from the depths of a sewer grate. A masked man in a dark jumpsuit stalks menacingly down a corridor with a knife. A creepy loner stares fixedly at a female guest over the front desk of a motel in the middle of nowhere. Most of the audi...

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