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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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“Don’t make a spectacle out of Black violence so you can get a few hundred likes and feel good about yourself. I’m not another one of your little paintings that you can fix up to perfection and cloak in a lie of sincerity.”
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“Don’t make a spectacle out of Black violence so you can get a few hundred likes and feel good about yourself. I’m not another one of your little paintings that you can fix up to perfection and cloak in a lie of sincerity.”
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While “The Midnight Club” initially intrigues with a horror narrative following a cast of terminally ill patients, it unfortunately fumbles and falls flat compared to Flanagan’s previous works.
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While “The Midnight Club” initially intrigues with a horror narrative following a cast of terminally ill patients, it unfortunately fumbles and falls flat compared to Flanagan’s previous works.
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"Pearl" is worth seeing because Goth doesn’t stop at that wishful dreaming — as though she would’ve been a well-adjusted girl if only her Ma let her out once in a while. No, Pearl’s desire for more than what she has undoes her.
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"Pearl" is worth seeing because Goth doesn’t stop at that wishful dreaming — as though she would’ve been a well-adjusted girl if only her Ma let her out once in a while. No, Pearl’s desire for more than what she has undoes her.
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Boisterous yet also containing a light touch, the film manages to never betray its own characters for the sake of a cheap thrill or laugh.
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Boisterous yet also containing a light touch, the film manages to never betray its own characters for the sake of a cheap thrill or laugh.
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It’s been a good summer for horror — “X”; “Crimes of the Future”; “Nope”; “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies”; and now, Andrew Semans’ “Resurrection.”
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It’s been a good summer for horror — “X”; “Crimes of the Future”; “Nope”; “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies”; and now, Andrew Semans’ “Resurrection.”
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As a huge horror fan, I’d like to believe that I’d survive any situation. If you don’t know yourself, test out your skills and thinking to see if you’d survive a horror movie.
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As a huge horror fan, I’d like to believe that I’d survive any situation. If you don’t know yourself, test out your skills and thinking to see if you’d survive a horror movie.
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The next day, I still hadn’t gotten enough of Ito’s work. So I started to read one of his most popular mangas, called “Uzumaki.” While I had gone in completely blind, I was delighted to find that the story was about something I am truly fascinated with: spirals. 
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The next day, I still hadn’t gotten enough of Ito’s work. So I started to read one of his most popular mangas, called “Uzumaki.” While I had gone in completely blind, I was delighted to find that the story was about something I am truly fascinated with: spirals. 
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The characters did have a good reason to worry about their surroundings and environment: something or someone was going after them. There might be a few people going after me, but they aren’t as spooky as Freddy Kreuger or a cult in an isolated village. I was worrying about turning in my homework on time.
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The characters did have a good reason to worry about their surroundings and environment: something or someone was going after them. There might be a few people going after me, but they aren’t as spooky as Freddy Kreuger or a cult in an isolated village. I was worrying about turning in my homework on time.
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In this roundup of thanksgiving horror stories, Halloween’s spookiness and December’s cheer collide to give you memories that you can hopefully laugh at after time removes all the cringe. 
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In this roundup of thanksgiving horror stories, Halloween’s spookiness and December’s cheer collide to give you memories that you can hopefully laugh at after time removes all the cringe. 
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Freddy originated as an indubitably evil character, and yet there is something distinctly human about Englund’s portrayal of him.
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Freddy originated as an indubitably evil character, and yet there is something distinctly human about Englund’s portrayal of him.
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