Erika Skorstad, Champlain College
With Oct. 31 approaching, here are the year’s four best frightening flicks to help you set a macabre mood.
And no, it’s not (only) because of Cody Fern’s Michael Langdon.
From a society populated solely by women to a young ghost who delights in wearing a sheet, these stories will haunt you in every possible sense of the word.
Are you ready to become the go-to chef in your circle of friends?
For all those times when a big, group game night just isn’t possible.
Good thing there are always 29 seasons of “The Simpsons” to fall back on.
Saying ‘I do’ doesn’t have to mean saying goodbye to a crucial part of a woman’s identity.
As fun as ‘Dungeons & Dragons,’ but without the cultural baggage.
Research has found that the practice has empirical, quantitative health benefits.
And lucky for you, ‘Life is Strange 2’ comes out next month.
The new season airs July 27, so you better brush up soon.
You CAN, however, rely on these books to entertain you.
Whether you’re solving a string of murders or chasing a bank robber, these video games will bring out your inner detective.
Quantic Dream’s new game excels at branching narrative, brilliant graphics and empathetic characters, but it falls victim to trivializing history.
The delivered packages give you clues, documents, artifacts and even audio clips so real you might forget it’s all a game.
From plundering pirate ships to prison breaks, you can experience unique escape rooms all around the world.
Between all of these creative YouTubers, you’re sure to find something that tingles your fancy.
Zazie Beetz’ portrayal of the biracial badass with the power of luck, is a refreshing presence in ‘Deadpool 2.’
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