Student life editor talks about Halloween

Abi Lewis, Student life Editor

 Some people call it a spooky month and others call it red October but you know what will happen at the end of October.    

     Halloween is near and my family already has costumes. My sister is going as Draculaura from the newest generation, my dad and my stepmom are going as The Joker and Harley Quinn, my two step brothers are going as a black morph suit and a firefighter, and I am going as vampire Scott major from Afterlife S.m.p.

     Some people are already decorating their homes. Many have seen many scary things out in front of people’s houses. Other people pretend they aren’t home for Halloween which is just rude to the trick-or-treaters.

Talking about Halloween, they are coming  out with a new Halloween movie called “Halloween End.” It will premiere at Beyond feast in Monterey on October 11, 2022.  One Halloween movie for younger audiences called, “Coraline” is almost removed from all platforms making it harder for people to watch the movie and enjoy it. 

   There are many opinions on Halloween and horror movies and how scary some of them are and which ones aren’t that scary. Most people think that The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was terrifying but others don’t believe that.