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Lecture series on campus explores the appeal of horror films

Lecture series on campus explores the appeal of horror films

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Staff Writer // March 20, 2019

The business of scaring people is very lucrative, and every year filmmakers, novelists and video game designers push the boundaries between captivating...

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“The Den” director Guillermo Areizaga said the script was reworked to make a deadline.

Student horror film puts a twist on a witch hunt

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Staff Writer // November 14, 2018

Students in San Diego State’s television, film and new media studies program premiered their short horror films in front of a sold-out audience at the...

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“Split Ends,” a short horror film, was inspired by an old barbershop in Pacific Beach.

Alumni film ‘Split Ends’ makes third appearance at SDSU’s Halloween film festival

by Nathan Godderis, Contributor // November 7, 2018

At San Diego State’s 2018 Halloween film festival, a range of films created by students were displayed for the audience. Films ranging from horror to...

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Historial landmark provides paranormal experiences

Historial landmark provides paranormal experiences

by Scarlet Keolanui, Staff Writer // October 31, 2016

It's been a courthouse, a general store, a billiard hall, a school, the first commercial theatre in San Diego, a historical landmark, the Whaley family...

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New classics and humanities professor focuses on Japanese popular culture

New classics and humanities professor focuses on Japanese popular culture

by Nicole Sazegar, Senior Staff Writer // September 15, 2016

Raechel Dumas grew up loving horror and science fiction. When she got into the literature and humanities field, she realized that none of her professors...

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