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Three new horror releases for this spooky season

Alison Hernandez, Online editor

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It’s October, which means Halloween is just around the corner and what better way to prepare for this horrific holiday season than by checking out these latest horror films out in theaters later this month.

 

Halloween, Oct. 19

 

The classic movie gets a continuation in this 2018 rendition, 40 years have passed since Laurie Strode survived an attack from crazed killer Michael Myers. When transferring Myers to an institution a mishap leads to his escape and return to Haddonfield, Ill. However, this time Strode is prepared for the terrifying showdown to come.

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Suspiria, Oct. 26

 

At the center of a world-renowned dance company, darkness swirls and takes the troupe’s artistic director, an ambitious young dancer and a grieving psychotherapist along with it. Watch to find out who will succumb to the nightmare and who will finally wake up.

 

Killer Kate, Oct. 26

 

Upon the request of their dying father, Kate attends her sister’s bachelorette party. What was expected to be a fun weekend in a remote cabin, booked via a home sharing app, soon becomes a horrifying fight for survival.

However, if these movies don’t satisfy you or you’d rather spend your time watching some scary stuff back home, Netflix will be streaming some more horror movies this month.

Some of the films coming to Netflix include “The Shining,” “The Conjuring,” “Hush” and “Oculus.”

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Alison Hernandez, Online Editor

Alison Hernandez is the full-time Social Media and Online Editor, and part-time Opinion Editor for Talon Marks. Their main focus is on social issues and...

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Three new horror releases for this spooky season