• Arts & Entertainment

    Film Review: “Blair Witch

    No matter what your opinion of the “The Blair Witch Project” of 1999, it’s fair to say that it is an extremely influential film. Through its intentionally amateur camerawork combined with an ingenious use of viral marketing, and its effective atmosphere through minimalist scares, it has earned its spot in the annals of Horror Cinema. Because of this small independently funded film that showed that you don’t need million of dollars to make a horror film, we’ve been lucky to get films like “Paranormal Activity” and “V/H/S.” Even since the widely panned sequel “Book of Shadows,” the franchise laid dormant for all the 2000’s and most of 2010’s until Lionsgate…

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    “Rosemary’s Baby” still gives chills even after Halloween

    Halloween may be over, but Roman Polanski’s “Rosemary’s Baby” is still an excellent horror film to watch for scares. This film, released in 1968, is a masterful horror film as the terror comes not from what is seen, but unseen. Though the film is about witches and demons, the horror of the film is found through the character’s psychological emotions. “Rosemary’s Baby” is a story about the insanity of daily life and the oppressive force placed by others, which in this case is a satanic cult. The movie follows a young married couple, Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse, looking for an apartment to raise a child. They find a wonderful, spacious place…