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“Five Nights at Freddy’s” brings a beloved game to the big screen

“Five Nights at Freddy’s” brings a beloved game to the big screen

(Photo courtesy of: IGN) “‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ answers the question of what if Chuck. E Cheese was haunted.” Riley Fontana Connector Editor “Five Nights at Freddy’s” is a long-running video game series created by Scott Cawthon. The first game was released in 2014 to massive success, and the series now has 13 games total

“The Lost Boys” is an underrated gem

(Photo courtesy of: The Guardian) “‘The Lost Boys’ centers on a pair of brothers who find themselves entangled in a war between vampires and humans.” Riley Fontana Connector Editor One of the best vampire films goes overlooked every year for a Halloween watch. Released in 1987, “The Lost Boys” is a painfully campy horror film

“Inscryption” is a horrific delight

(Photo courtesy of: Slant Magazine) “‘Inscryption’ is a deck-building horror game.” Kimberly Mai Connector Editor For those looking for a spooky night alone, why not try “Inscryption?” Released on Oct. 19, 2021, “Inscryption” is a single-player, roguelike deck-building video game with a larger story brewing underneath as the player uncovers the secrets of their surroundings

College kids should be allowed to trick or treat

(Photo courtesy of: ABC27) “Trick or treating is a timeless tradition everyone should be a part of.” Alison Parker Connector Editor Each year, hundreds of excited children roam the streets of our local neighborhoods to go trick-or-treating. As college students, we look back at our memories as trick-or-treaters with fondness and nostalgia. Getting excited to

“House of Usher’ does justice to a beloved author

(Photo courtesy of: Vanity Fair) “‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ combines great acting with creative writing and direction.” Maxwell Valin Connector Staff “The Fall of the House of Usher” is writer and director Mike Flanagan’s fifth Netflix Original Series. Following 2022’s “The Midnight Club,” a thrilling yet emotionally intense horror drama, Flanagan tasked

Halloween costumes predictions and advice

(Photo courtesy of: Eulalie Magazine) “Many people are planning to go as some form of Barbie and Ken from the new movie.” Alison Parker Connector Editor With October coming in full swing, the question on everyone’s mind is: “What should I be for Halloween?” For some, this decision is simple—throw on a pair of ears

Pair Up Program pumpkin carving is a smash hit

(Photo Courtesy Kyra Barry) “Pictures of the event’s carved pumpkins” Kyra Barry Connector Editor Friday, October 21st, at UCrossing 242 from 4pm to 5:30 pm, the Office of Multicultural Affairs’ Pair Up Program held a pumpkin carving event open to all students. Many international students attending had never carved a pumpkin before this event. Students