CU’s Eklund Opera Program’s emotional performance of “The Turn of the Screw” is like living a nightmare. By Isabella Fincher
Guadagnino’s Suspiria is a haunting and fascinating rendition of the classic 1977 film of the same name. By Priscilla Hopper
The evolution of the “final girl” trope in horror movies reveals the truth about the balance of good and evil within all of us. By Sofia Harris
The first installment of a series exploring the creepy sides of Colorado features the Stanley Hotel. By Alyssa Branch
Assassination Nation attempts to show that though we’ve moved past 1693, society has not moved past the witch trials. By Sofia Harris
In ‘A Quiet Place,’ John Krasinski delivers a stunning, silent, psychological horror film that engages tension. By Chris Koehler
We interview John Krasinski about how he crafted his most recent project “A Quiet Place,” a silent, psychological horror. By Chris Koehler
If you have never experienced a live showing of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” here are some tips on how to not completely come across as a newcomer.