Antonia Noori Farzan, The Washington Post Published 5:39 am PST, Monday, February 11, 2019 A passing Uber driver was the first to spot the abandoned Oldsmobile and sense that something was wrong. It was after midnight on Dec. 3, 2016, and the silver sedan was parked at the crest of the bridge that connects Belmar and Avon-by-the-Sea, New Jersey, two beachfront communities separated by the chilly Shark River that flows out into the Atlantic Ocean. There was no indication that the car had broken down before being deserted by its owner, and when police officers arrived, they found the keys still in the ignition. As police started looking for the missing driver, Michael Stern was becoming increasingly concerned that his 19-year-old daughter, Sarah, hadn't answered any of this texts. "Sarah, where are you?" he wrote, according to the Asbury Park Press. "Sarah, are you up?" "Sarah, what's going on?" At first, it looked like a suicide. Investigators quickly learned that the … [Read more...] about Police thought it was a suicide. Then a horror movie director handed over a secret recording.
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PUBLISHED: 09:05 14 November 2018 | UPDATED: 09:14 14 November 2018 Lucas Cumiskey Floral tributes left at the scene of Marcel Campbell's stabbing in Upper Street. Picture: Polly Hancock Archant A witness broke down in tears as she spoke of the real life “horror movie” that was Marcel Campbell’s fatal stabbing in Upper Street. Marcel Campbell.Reece Williams, 22, of Northdown Street, is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of murdering father-of-two Mr Campbell near Udderlicious Ice Cream parlour during rush hour on May 21.The court heard Mr Campbell, 30, and Williams, then 21, were passengers in a white van, driven by Gabriel Prempeh, when a fight broke out between them.The altercation spilled out onto the pavement and up against a shop front, where witnesses watched in horror as an attacker stabbed him “multiple times” before fleeing.Jane St. Clair-George was walking down Upper Street with her two friends looking for a … [Read more...] about Marcel Campbell murder trial: Upper Street stabbing was ‘like a horror movie’
Jul 13, 2:43 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Media & CultureEntertainment By Rachael Ellenbogen @TheRachaelE 04/13/18 AT 8:00 AM Every once in a while, a Friday the 13th comes along and gives horror movie fans the perfect excuse to rewatch an old favorite or to find a new one. Luckily, today is one of those special days. So, sit back, switch on Netflix and get ready to be horrified on this scary Friday with these 13 creepy films.“The Conjuring” (2013)This seems like the perfect way to start off a list of horror films. Spend the evening watching paranormal investigators trying to fend off an evil that’s tormenting a family.“Scary Movie” (2000)If you’re a bit of a scary movie beginner, then this movie is exactly what you need. It’s a parody of a few different horror films, but mostly of “Scream,” and every time it’s about to be a little bit frightening, … [Read more...] about 13 Best Horror Movies On Netflix To Watch On Friday The 13th
After seeing "The Witch" in the theater two years ago, my friend turned to me and said the film would have been better to watch with only a few friends in a dark apartment. As an initially reluctant newcomer to the horror genre, I'm not sure I agreed at the time. Now, I can't understand why one would watch a scary movie any other way. I've surprised myself with my gradual inclination toward horror films. As a pre-teen who could barely get through "Signs" — by no traditional sense a scary movie — I thought I'd never develop a hankering for being spooked. Maybe it's that, as we get older, certain thrills — meeting new friends, learning new skills, discovering new art — slowly but surely escape our grasp. Manufactured dread is new to me, and it's what I was looking for last night in a packed theater at the UA Riverview Plaza Stadium in South Philly to see "Hereditary.""Hereditary" oozes dread. A relatable dread about family demons and how they're often … [Read more...] about Horror movies should be watched at home, not the theater
Built in 1928, the marvelously restored Point Arena Theater screens movies and hosts all sorts of special events, from concerts to theater. (Courtesy Bob Schwein) A retro concessions stand offers popcorn and treats at the 1920s Point Arena Theater. (Courtesy Bob Schwein) Built during the Roaring ’20s, the Point Arena Theater brims with decorative detail. (Courtesy Bob Schwein) Mendocino County’s Arena Theater shows first-run films, as well as indies, classics and foreign films. (Courtesy Bob Schwein) It’s not all movies at the Point Arena Theater. Built in 1928, this restored *theater* hosts live music, theater and special events, such as the Vaudeville Road Show’s Traveling Spectacular, too. (Courtesy Linda Gutlohn) Charlie Chaplin Days was celebrated on July 22 and 23 in the Niles district of Fremont. Participants of the Charlie Chaplin look alike competition are seen above posing outside the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum on July … [Read more...] about 6 charmingly quirky California movie theater experiences