When a college student relives her murderous birthday over and over again, she takes solving her death into her own hands.
Just surfing the web offers all sorts of spooky tales, too. The Dionaea House is a mystery that unfurls over various emails, penned by Oscar-nominated screenwriter Eric Heisserer (Arrival). But Creepypasta.com and Reddit’s “nosleep” subpage are the Internet’s seemingly neverending troves of user-generated horror fiction — like a modern version of ghost stories around the old campfire, though you might want to keep s’mores off your laptop. There’s nothing scarier than sticky keys.
Ready to hit the theater as the temperature dips for fall? From horror to comedy, these are our 10 picks for the movies you just can’t miss!
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