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John Carpenter | The Shape Returns | Single Review

Sacred Bones With the release of the 2018 version of Halloween, composer John Carpenter has given the classic piano theme a 21st century update with a classic 1970’s touch. “The Shape Returns” maintains the original skittery piano and adds retro-sounding synth chords in a minor

Festive foolery at the Merc’s Halloween

Big Halloween Showcase at the Mercury Cafe On the evening of this past Saturday, Oct. 27, the infamous Mercury Cafe hosted its Big Halloween Showcase with a stacked lineup of groups that spanned a variety of genres and styles and other miscellaneous performances similarly wide-ranged. 

Review: Halloween is gory, fun, and well done

Myers is back and better than ever by Isaiah Mancha and Alexander Elmore After narrowly escaping an Oct. 31 killing spree in 1978, Jamie Lee Curtis returns 40 years later as Laurie Strode to face off yet again against Michael Myers in 2018’s Halloween. Set

Hauntings, houses, and everything in between

The best Denver Halloween events It’s spooky season and the time to celebrate is now. Here are four options for students to consider when planning their festivities. The Halloween Costume Ball is a 21+ event that takes place on Oct. 27 from 9 p.m.–2 a.m.

Stop wearing racist Halloween costumes

Halloween is on the horizon. For most of America, the holiday sparks the thrill of the scare. Ghosts, goblins, vampires, demons, werewolves, the list of spooky creatures could go on forever. But for a lot of other people, Halloween season brings to light another fear.

Review: The House with a Clock in its Walls

Black, Blanchett, and Vaccaro deliver Eli Roth’s The House with a Clock in Its Walls is a comedic, action-packed thriller that captures the fun and entertaining side of magical fantasy. Starring Jack Black, Cate Blanchett, and Owen Vaccaro, Roth brings a visually enchanting and surprisingly

New Halloween looks embrace maximum spookiness

The best costume shops in Denver Perhaps because of the recent horror revival generated by Stranger Things and It, Halloween retailers are vying for much darker imagery this year. Disney princess costumes have seemingly disappeared in favor of more traditionally “scary” getups. There’s still a

Photo Booth: Boo at the Zoo

Last weekend, a multitude of costumed children and adults invaded the Denver Zoo in search of lions, tigers and candy. The air was chilly, and most kids were wearing winter jackets over their Spider-Man and Elsa costs, however, the cold did not deter them from