Tag: Halloween

<i>Coraline</i>: The Kids Movie That Made Me Afraid of My Mom

Coraline: The Kids Movie That Made Me Afraid of My Mom

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11/02/2019

Coraline (2009) isn’t exactly a “Halloween movie”. In fact, there’s no mention of Halloween at all. Despite this, Coraline’s resemblance to a lot of children’s Halloween movies has solidified its presence in my mind as a part of the same genre. Its participation in this genre, however, is extremely unique. Most children’s movies surrounding the…

The Weekly List: Halloween Hype Music

The Weekly List: Halloween Hype Music

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10/22/2019

There’s something in the air. The leaves are turning different colors, the temperature’s slowly dropping, and everyone’s wearing sweaters. This can only mean one thing: Halloween is only a few weeks away, and it’s time to get hyped. Please enjoy these jams as you drink your apple cider, carve some pumpkins, and get spoopy.  1….

The Voice’s Worst Halloween Films

The Voice’s Worst Halloween Films

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10/31/2018

In the mood for a scary movie marathon to end Halloween in grand style? Our Halftime writers team has got you covered with the worst films to watch in this ~spooky~ night. Nicole: Hereditary (2018) Let me start off by saying that Hereditary is not a “terrible” movie. It’s actually pretty damn great. It received…

The Weekly List: Ghost of Halloween’s Past

The Weekly List: Ghost of Halloween’s Past

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10/15/2018

This playlist was designed to help you have the spookiest Halloween party possible. That means bringing up the scariest songs that will take you back to 8th grade formal where you would awkwardly dance with Lowis Fritchley because you were too afraid to talk to girls. 1. “Thriller – Single Version”by Michael Jackson Important note:…

A Case for the Classics: <i>Hocus Pocus</i>

A Case for the Classics: Hocus Pocus

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11/02/2017

Hocus Pocus (1993) is the best Halloween movie ever made. You may ask, what about Halloweentown? Or the spooky classic Twitches? Or even the controversial The Nightmare Before Christmas? But, these movies do not even register on the same plane as Hocus Pocus, the single greatest spooky story of all time. “A biased view!” the critics…

The <i>Voice</i>‘s Favorite Halloween Films

The Voice‘s Favorite Halloween Films

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10/31/2017

Just in time for Halloween, we assemble the team in the name of all that is ~spooky~ to bring you the best and ~spookiest~ that haunting and horror cinema has to offer. The Corpse Bride (2005) The Corpse Bride was one of those movies that seriously scarred me as a child. Between the bony physiques,…

A Case for the Classics: <i>The Texas Chain Saw Massacre</i>

A Case for the Classics: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

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10/30/2017

It’s Halloween season! This is the season in which everyone loves to gather around, dress up in costumes, trick-or-treat, and watch some classic Halloween movies—Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Halloweentown (because that is a classic), to name a few. But, I would argue that there is one movie that should, and must, be…

The Weekly List: Halloween Edition 2015

The Weekly List: Halloween Edition 2015

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10/26/2015

That time of year is once again upon us. Candy, pumpkin, and sexy cat outfit sales suddenly go through the roof, and everyone here at Georgetown prepares for a night of costume-clad chaos. We at Halftime are as just as excited as you for what that fateful evening may bring, but until then, here’s some…

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