Oct. 24, 2013
Nostalgic halloween movies by GermainMCCARTHY
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A Nightmare on Elm Street shares many of the same horror tropes as Friday the 13th, but has its own surreal twist: the killer Freddie attacks victims in their dreams. Like every classic thriller, this 1984 slasher flick features naïve characters that seemingly refuse to heed common sense. Warning: they also ignore the perfectly reasonable advice that viewers scream at the screens so save your breath for the scares. Junior Jordan Rogers says, “Once Halloween season rolls around, A Nightmare on Elm Street always seems to find its way on my TV set.”
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Class Battles 1. If you were trapped on an island and could bring only one thing, what would it be? Elise: “A fishing pole” Bailey: “A friend” 2. If you could speak any language, what would you speak? Elise: “Mandarin” Bailey: “French” 3. What’s your favorite holiday?
Elise: “Christmas” Bailey: “New Year’s Eve”
The student newspaper of Spring Hill College, fall 2013, issue 6