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    Cady stood alone on the stage, eyes half closed against the bright blue-white spotlight. She could hear the music in her head, echoing like the aftermath of a dream. When she opened her mouth no lyrics came out. They fell away like pearls off a broken string. Cady pressed her lips together and res...
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    Once upon a time, the fairy tales we all grew up on, such as Little Red Riding Hood and The Sleeping Beauty, were not viewed as children’s stories; they were horror stories. It wasn't until two brothers, ironically known by the name Grimm, collected and toned them down that they found their ...
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    With the release of “Pacific Rim,” both the kaiju and mecha genres officially make it to the U.S. in a well-wrapped two-hour package. Director Guillermo del Toro has ­admitted to being a fan of the monster genre, and “Pacific Rim” proves that he not only knows his monsters but can translate...
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    Quick question: has anyone ever heard classical music played on electric guitar? I had never even heard of the idea until I read M. Scott Carter’s The Immortal Von B. The book opens with the lead guitarist of a garage band, named Josie Brunswick, growing frustrated at her inability to nail Be...
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    It’s safe to say that right now the mystery/crime drama is the most popular genre on T.V., so it only makes sense that NBC would try to cash in on it, which they do with their new show Hannibal. Hannibal serves as a prequel to Thomas Harris’ novels The Red Dragon and the better known, The Silen...
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    Jamie never lingered around his school once the bell rang, he always went straight home, so his mother was always the first person he would talk to. His mother was called Pamela by everyone else, and she was used to talking about other peoples’ days before her own because she owned an interior de...
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    “No live organism can continue for long to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality; even larks and katydids are supposed, by some, to dream. Hill House, not sane, stood by itself against its hills, holding darkness within; it had stood so for eighty years and might stand for eighty more...
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    Shirley Jackson is definitely known for exploring some pretty dark and neurotic themes in her works. Her best known work, The Lottery, horrified readers with its message of ostracism in rural communities, and her novel, The Haunting of Hill House, is widely considered the “quintessential haunted ...

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