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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

(Left to right) Emma casley, Noelle butler, Meg Logue and John Lee. Photo contributed by Jonh Lee.

Whitman Hosts Film Festival Branch

Martina Pansze, A&E Editor October 15, 2015
This year is the first that The Tri-Cities International Film Festival (TRIFI) has screened a branch at Whitman.
Horror movies scare with lack of  story

Horror movies scare with lack of story

Nathan Fisher November 6, 2014

Illustration by Sophie Cooper-Ellis. After Halloween last week, I was reminded how much I hate being scared and how the horror movie genre is the worst.  Nothing (and I mean nothing) about horror...

The Horror of the Unseen in ‘Berberian Sound Studio’

Vincent Warne October 21, 2014

I've been watching a lot of horror movies lately in anticipation of Halloween. One that stood out was "Berberian Sound Studio", an independent British film from 2012. Directed by Peter Strickland, it tells...

Hotel Transylvania Fails to Bring Laughs or Screams

‘Hotel Transylvania’ Fails to Bring Laughs or Screams

Nathan Fisher October 31, 2012
This week, Nathan Fisher takes a look at "Hotel Transylvania," just in time for Halloween. However, it may be better to stick with a classic horror movie instead.
Illustration: Alex Bailey

“The Cabin in the Woods” surprises with satiric, bloody good time

Nathan Fisher April 19, 2012
In my vast experience as a movie reviewer (eight months) and 19 years of movie watching, I never—NEVER thought I would recommend, let alone voluntarily go see a horror movie. Well, "The Cabin in the Woods" changes all of my preconceived notions about horror flicks—it was amazing, albeit scary, gory and bloody.

Zom-Com ‘Fido’ both brainy and biting

C.J. Wisler October 14, 2010
Zany zombie comedy "Fido" offers laughs, satire, and an unusual hero.
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