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New Halloween movies excite the big-screen

The Exorcist: Believer


Single father Victor Feilding starts to see signs of demonic possession coming from his daughter Angela and her friend Katherine. This forces him to confront the evils that have taken over his and his daughters life. In desperation, he goes to find the one person who has experience with something like this, Chris MacNeil. MacNeil is the main character from the first “Exorcist” film that witnesses her daughter being possessed and will also be the star of the new one. This is a direct sequel to the first film that came out on Dec. 26, 1973, which is based on a novel by William Peter Blatty. It was inspired by events in 1949 in Cottage City, Maryland, involving the exorcism of a young, 13-year-old boy. The movie is being made by Universal Pictures with David Gordon Green directing it. The Exorcist: Believer was released on Oct. 6 of this year.



Five Nights at Freddy’s

Mike Schmidt accepts a job to be a security guard at a once thriving entertainment restaurant called Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria which is now abandoned. He soon finds out why the place was abandoned and now has to survive the night from the animatronics that were originally made to bring joy to kids: Freddy, Bonnie, Chica and Foxy. He also risks his little sister Abby’s life by bringing her there with him when the robots want to make her one of them. The film is being made by Universal Pictures and is being directed by Emma Tammi. This movie is based on the video game series “Five Nights at Freddy’s” which first came out on Aug. 8, 2014. The game is about how five kids go missing and it’s revealed that they’ve possessed the robots. The movie will loosely follow the game’s backstory. The movie will premiere on Oct. 27, 2023.026


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Ronin McCracken '26, Staff Writer
Drawing. Painting. Printmaking. Photography. After a summer spent unleashing his creativity through every possible medium, Ronin McCracken ’26 is ready to take on a brand new one: journalism. As a first year staff writer for The Tower, McCracken isn’t sure what he wants to write just yet, but he’s looking forward to voicing his thoughts in opinion stories in the coming year. “If I see a story that I like, I’ll just try to do that the best I can,” McCracken said. When he isn’t making art or chasing down his next big story, McCracken can be found with a controller in hand, fighting his way out of yet another Mortal Kombat chapter beside his closest friends. An avid gamer for many years, McCracken said he can hardly remember a time without a console. “I remember having a Wii when I was really little,” McCracken said. “We still have it, but it’s not even usable anymore. That was probably the first time I ever played a video game--I don’t even know how young.”

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