Tom Baker | News Editor
“The Silence of the Lambs.” Hannibal Lecter is my favorite horror villain, and Anthony Hopkins’ portrayal of him in the movie gives me chills every time.
Abby Aldinger | Opinion and LotB Editor
“Us” directed by Jordan Peele.
Paul Czarnecki | Sports Editor
“It’s a Wonderful Life.” It’s terrifying.
Lexi Petri | Photo Editor
My favorite scary movie is “The Sinister.”
Megan Moen | Design Editor
It’s not really scary, but my favorite movie around this time of year is the original “Scream.”
Ellie Myers | Digital Editor
The scariest movie I like and can watch consistently is “The 6th Sense.” I know it’s not horror, but it’s still one of my all time favorites.
Kate Marlett | Copy Editor
“Plan 9 from Outer Space.” Say what you will about its cheesiness, but it’s a classic.
Chris Badger | Reporter
“The Thing” from 1982. It’s got awesome practical effects and the movie holds up incredibly well despite being 40 years old now.
Scotty Dunne | Reporter
I never understood the fun in getting scared as a kid, but I’ve been trying to dabble in horror movies as of late. My current favorite actually came out about a month ago, called “Barbarian.” However, the one that scared me the most was a psychological horror called “Vivarium” that really messed me up for some reason.
Nathan Gicho | Reporter
It’s a horror movie that my cousin and I watched when we were really young. We had no business watching it, but it’s called “P2.”
Luke Swift | Reporter
My all time favorite scary movie is “Halloween” (1978). While the new version is certainly entertaining, nothing beats the original. It’s simple yet layered and incredibly entertaining for a movie that has a budget of only $325,000! It’s definitely the scary movie that laid the foundation for scary movies to come. Plus, you can see the scream queen legend, Jamie Lee Curtis, in her very first feature film!