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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Michael Myers is back in Halloween Kills. Now in theaters and streaming on Peacock.

The nightmare continues in ‘Halloween Kills’

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor October 19, 2021

The unstoppable Michael Myers has returned to Haddonfield in “Halloween Kills,” the latest installment of the beloved slasher series. “Halloween Kills,” released on Oct. 15, picks up from the...

Upcoming horror films to get you in the spooky spirit

Upcoming horror films to get you in the spooky spirit

Abby O'Connor, Asst. Arts Editor October 5, 2021

With spooky season upon us, one might start thinking about how to celebrate the time of year, especially in times where many people may not want to go out. Here is a list of upcoming horror movies to celebrate...

Dunkin’ shows its spicy side with the new ghost pepper donut.

Dunkin’s new ghost pepper donut is not worth the hype

Caitlin Devlin, Journal Contributor October 27, 2020

Dunkin’ has recently released its first ever spicy donut, in season with the Halloween spirit. Dunkin’ describes this ghost pepper donut as a “deliciously daring donut that delivers heat with every...

The Boston Public Garden shows off its fall colors.

Six fun and safe activities to do in Boston during the fall

Roxanne Snowden, Journal Contributor October 6, 2020

Fall in Boston may not be the same as before the pandemic, but there are still plenty of ways to enjoy this season in the city. Here are six fun things to do in Boston this fall while staying safe and...

Shayla Manning / Journal Contributor

“Cirque of the Dead” delivers Halloween horror, gore & erotica

Shayla Manning October 31, 2017

Blood, sex, clowns and zombies took the stage as the Boston Circus Guild put on their annual performance of ‘Cirque of the Dead’ this past Saturday night. The Halloween-themed event took place at...

Appropriation can be avoided on Halloween

Elvira Mora October 25, 2017

Cultural approriation is most prevalent in the days leading up to Halloween, where people are choosing costumes for trick-or-treating. Instead of sticking to the normal ghosts and vampires, many choose...

Brooke Patterson/ Journal Staff

Gory days, they’ll pass you by

Chris DeGusto and Brooke Patterson October 26, 2016

From mad scientists, to scantily-clad nuns, performers of the Boston Circus Guild showcased their annual spectacular, Cirque of the Dead. The Saturday night performance was hosted by the American Repertory...

7 Costumes on a Budget + a Bonus

7 Costumes on a Budget + a Bonus

October 13, 2015

Alright Halloween, is basically around the corner--29 days to be exact.  I put together a list of 7 costumes that you can make if you're on a college budget, literally waited til the last possible minute,...

Boston bustling with Halloween cheer, students asked to act responsibly

October 30, 2013

By: Brian Holak Halloween is a special time of the year filled with questionable costumes, frightening fun, complementary candy and a smidge of shame. However one describes it  (alliteration aside,)...

Photo by Flickr user San Diego Shooter

Rethinking racist Halloween costume ideas

Ally Johnson October 30, 2013

Remember a time when Halloween was about ghouls, vampires, witches, ghosts and wizards? It simply is not all about the childish wonder once you reach the age when trick-or-treating becomes weird or something...

Editor’s word: Oct. 26, 2011

October 26, 2011

Oh Halloween, how we at the Journal love thee. It is the one holiday where we can all revert back to being little kids, dress in ridiculous costumes and not have to deal with questions about being crazy....

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