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Pick your Favorite Dishes and We’ll Give you a Holiday Movie to Watch

Find the perfect movie to watch during this early release day with a few quick questions.
December 2, 2020

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Book Review: “Just Mercy”

Bryan Stevenson explores how African-Americans are often left unprotected and defenseless by the justice system in “Just Mercy,” a 2014 bestseller.
Stories of Marginalized People and the American Criminal Justice System
November 19, 2020

This year for English, the first book all the juniors read was “Just Mercy” by Bryan Stevenson. A New York Times Bestselling novel of 2014, "Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption" delves into...

“The Vault of Horror”

Entertaining Comics, a company well known for their thriller and suspense comics, also produced an audio drama. With over 60 voice actors in the first season,
Review on 1950s Audio Drama
November 9, 2020

When we are not rushing to soccer practices, games or events, my family has a tradition of movie night on the weekends. My mom, dad, brother and I all take turns picking which film to watch. However, this...

Movie Review: “I’m Thinking of Ending Things”

Charlie Kaufman's latest movie
Charlie Kaufman's Latest Romance Thriller
November 6, 2020

Relationships can be tough, but what happens when that relationship isn’t really a relationship at all? Charlie Kaufman's “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” is a Netflix original thriller/horror film...

A Game of Sabotage and Guessing

Game Review on 'Among Us'
November 2, 2020

Since the start of 2020, I have seen a recent rave of a video game known as "Among Us." The most accessible knowledge of the game came through social media, which is where I first started hearing of this....

The Wolfpack Scaredy Cats Watch Horror Movie

As two of the scaredy cats on the Wolfpack staff, Morgan and Estefani review a mildly scary movie.
Review on "The Autopsy of Jane Doe"
October 30, 2020

It’s me again, Estefani, but this time brought a friend. I kindly decided to drag Morgan Kasel into watching a scary movie with me. We’ve watched a horror/thriller movie before together and we both...

The Horror Hater’s Guide to Halloween Movies

Halloween is often considered one of the most frightening times of the year, especially with the never-ending list of horror movies available. However, for those who try to avoid jumpscares and screams, there are plenty options for nightmare-free movies.
What to Watch for a Nightmare-Free Evening
October 29, 2020

As a lover of comfy sweaters, chilly weather and all things pumpkin, fall is one of my favorite times of the year. Did I mention that I absolutely love Halloween as well? Not because of the candy, though...

Now You Hear Me, Now You Don’t

The ambiance during the watching of a horror movie makes one jump, gasp and even scream in fright. The culprit of such reactions isn't the actors or gory scenes, it's sound.
Sound Design in Horror Movies
October 29, 2020

The movie industry has come a long way from the silent films of the 1900s. Sound has always been an integral part of the horror genre. Sound is what creates ambiance and sets the mood for each scene, and...

From Their Screen to Yours

This is an iconic scene from the 2018 film
How CGI is Used in Modern Horror Movies
October 27, 2020

Computer generated images or CGI for short are an important factor in many modern films, this is especially true for many modern horror films. CGI can open up new creative avenues and opportunities for...

Look Who’s Growing Up

For the first time in my young life, I decided to attend an event related to the Cedar Park City Council. Although it was an enlightening experience, the problems I saw within the hour and a half forum makes me hesitant on attending another event.
Senior Attends Cedar Park City Council Candidate’s Forum
October 26, 2020

I’m never going back. Well, I might, as Justin Bieber once said, never say never.  Anyways, my newspaper adviser, Mrs. Hert, told the staff about the Cedar Park City Council Candidate’s Forum...

Blood Sweat and Tears

With this fall series, reporter Isaiah Prophet shines some light on the effort and work that goes into the different elements of horror films as well as some trade secrets. 
Exploring the Making of a Horror Scene
October 19, 2020

If you’re a fan of horror movies like I am, then you are probably very familiar with the genre's use of special effects.  From slasher films such as “Friday the 13th  or more modern retellings...

A Sixth Sense

The Possibility of Extrasensory Perception Powers
October 15, 2020

Telepathy. Clairvoyance. Precognition. Retrocognition. These are all supposed types of enhanced mental abilities, or extrasensory perception. Extrasensory perception (or ESP) can be defined as a sense...

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