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In Woodbury, Seussical the Musical Is Fun, and Fun Is Good

On the 15th of May (or the 2nd of December), in the Jungle of Nool (or Woodbury), in the heat of the day, in the cool of the pool, Horton heard a small sound: the sound of a Who. He promised to protect them, because after all a person’s a person, no matter how small. Take a trip down memory lane to when you were a small child listening to the rhythmic stories of Dr. Seuss being read to...

Psychological Horror: 4 Films That Will Get into Your Head

We’ve covered the creepy, quirky, and scary. Now it’s time for my favorite: psychological horror. The films listed below don’t rely on squick and jump scares to grab your attention. They keep you up at night and creep up behind you. They prey on you long after the credits roll. 1. Pan’s Labyrinth (2006,¬†Guillermo del Toro, R) Pan’s Labyrinth is more of a dark fantasy than a horror film proper. But it’s undeniably eerie and atmospheric with a stunning...
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