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“The Blair Witch Project” is regarded as one of the scariest movies ever produced. Every October, thousands, if not millions, watch this movie to receive a proper scare during the Halloween season. This year, I watched “Blair Witch” for the first time. Unfortunately, the film did not live up to my expectations.
Who would’ve thought backstabbing your friends would be so much fun? The mobile gaming sensation “Among Us” has absolutely skyrocketed in popularity over the past few weeks, thanks to its generally enjoyable gameplay and meme-able content.
Netflix has released a ton of new tv shows and movies just in time for spooky season, including (but not limited to) Ratched, Haunting of Bly Manor, Unsolved Mysteries, Rebecca, and American Murder: The Family Next Door. Most of these are Netflix originals, but the platform has also given new life to several network hidden gems. One of these shows is Evil.
Sacha Baron Cohen, also known as Borat Margaret Sagdiev, came back to America this year to film a documentary in which Borat would bribe President Donald Trump with Kazakhstan’s national treasure: Johnny The Monkey. Unfortunately, the great film producer and primate was eaten alive by Borat’s daughter Tutar, played by Bulgarian actress Maria Bakalova, during transport from Kazakhstan to America.
Today I will be ranking the top five best Halloween movies of all time. Now, before I start this countdown, I should state that I hate horror movies that have to do with the paranormal.
Zendaya Coleman made history at the 72nd Emmy Awards, taking the coveted top prize in the “Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama” category for her portrayal of Rue Bennett in HBO’s “Euphoria.” In doing so, she becomes the youngest Emmy winner in this category at the age of 24.
HBO Max’s Unpregnant is witty, surprising, and timely