First, let me say Happy Star Wars Day! I hope you get amazing deals on all the cool Star Wars swag you are surely hoarding in your mother’s basement. All jokes aside, I thought I would bring up a contentious topic among Star Wars fans
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For me, there’s nothing better than a good horror story. Horror is a genre with a terrific literary history, with humanity telling stories to terrify since its inception. I’ve sought out and read my share of great horror. Here are a few that left me
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